Remington manufactured the Model 721 from 1948 until 1961. This rifle was the predecessor to the Model 700 with many of its best features surviving in the Model 700. Some of the features advertised in its introduction would include:
Strongest bolt action of its time
Light, streamlined, fast-pointing
Exclusive encased bolt head
Fine, crisp, match rifle trigger
Rugged yet smooth and accurate throughout
Scope bases designed for Model 700 long action rifles should interchange with the Model 721. However parts will not interchange between these two models. You may be able to find parts for this firearm through Specialty Parts Dealers.
You can request an owner's manual for this model in our obsolete model section of our website.