The firearms market has grown increasingly budget conscious in recent years, and for 2013 Remington wanted to roll out a bolt-action rifle that was easy-on-the-wallet, but still lived up to the company's stellar reputation. The result? The new Remington 783. That "7" in the designation is taken from the 700 line of rifles, the "8" a throwback to the model 788 and the "3" is for 2013. It's designed to fill the gap between the company's Model 700 and Model 770 rifles.
You can read a complete review on AmericanRifleman.org.
• New CrossFire trigger system
• Carbon steel magnum contour button rifled barrel
• 22" standard chamberings and 24" on magnums
• Pillar-bedded stock and free-floated barrel
• SuperCell Recoil Pad
Get the complete report on the 783 from Remington's John Fink in the video below: