MODEL 76

In 1986, master gunsmiths Don Allen and Pete Grisel had a dream. Embracing emerging technology, alongside time-honored techniques, they fulfilled that dream with the Model 76 - an impeccable new breed of bolt-action design and performance.

For more than thirty years, the classic Model 76 has claimed its rightful place as the most coveted custom rifle on the market today. Featuring timeless design attributes and an unparalleled level of craftsmanship and detail, it’s the ultimate in controlled- round feed perfection. Simply, the finest custom bolt-action rifle made.

For more than thirty years, the classic Model 76 has claimed its rightful place as the most coveted custom…

  • XXX grade walnut with a hand-rubbed oil finish
  • Point panel hand-cut checkering
  • Dakota swivel studs
  • Short, standard and long actions

MODEL 76 Classic

The rifle that launched the Dakota legend.

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  • Island rear sight
  • Color cased receiver
  • Color cased metal buttplate
  • Slim stock design
  • Jeweled bolt action
  • Exhibition grade english walnut

MODEL 76 Deluxe

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  • XXX grade English walnut
  • Schnabel forearm
  • Two panel stock checkering
  • Bedded stock inlet

MODEL 76 Alpine

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  • Mannlicher style stock
  • 20" Barrel Length
  • Two panel stock checkering
  • Talley bases and rings
  • XXX grade walnut

MODEL 76 Mannlicher

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  • Cheekpiece with shadowline
  • Ebony fore-end tip
  • Ken Howell swivel stud
  • Devcon bedded stock inlay
  • XXX grade walnut

MODEL 76 Safari

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  • Cheekpiece with shadowline
  • Ebony fore-end tip
  • Checkering on fore-end
  • Devcon bedded stock inlay
  • Mercury recoil reducer
  • XXX grade walnut

MODEL 76 African

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  • Fiberglass style stock    
  • 14" Length of Pull    
  • 23" Barrel Length
  • Devcon bedded stock inlay
  • Cerakote™ matte black finish
  • 450 Dakota and 450 Rigby

MODEL 76 Professional Hunter

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MODEL 76 Traveler

Created for the global hunter, the Traveler is a Model 76 that takes down into two sections — the receiver/stock and barrel/fore-end — for compact carrying. You can even add a second barrel from the same family of calibers for optimum versatility.

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