Remington’s first offering in a new limited-edition Model 700 collectible series is the 2006 Model 700 CDL SF (Stainless Fluted) Limited. It is chambered in the .30-06 Springfield, in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the cartridge.
For 2006, the Model 700 SPS (Special Purpose Synthetic) Stainless bolt-action is chambered in .204 Ruger, .223 Rem., .22-250 Rem., .308 Win. and .300 Rem. Ultra Mag.
Remington is re-introducing the Model 700 Sendero in an updated version for 2006. The Model 700 Sendero SF II is offered in five magnum calibers.
The Model 710 bolt-action rifle is being chambered in .243 Win. in standard and youth versions, and the Model Seven rifle is now available in the CDL platform in standard and short action magnum offerings. The Model 750 Woodsmaster, redesigned for 2006, will be chambered in five calibers.
Remington is now chambering three Model Seven rifles, including a youth version, and a Model 700 SPS in 6.8mm Rem. SPC in 2006.
In shotguns, Remington introduces the Model 1100 Competition 12-gauge, designed to handle 23⁄4" target and light field loads.
The Model 1100 Classic Field autoloader is now available in a 12-gauge version with 26" and 28" barrels, a 28-gauge and in .410 bore, both with a 25" barrel.
For 2006, two 12-gauge Super Magnum, Mossy Oak camouflaged versions join the SPS-T line of Model 11-87 and Model 870 turkey shotguns.
Remington’s new Model 11-87 Special Purpose-Turkey (SP-T) Super Magnum Thumbhole Camo autoloader, in 31⁄2", 12 gauge, features a thumbhole-style, laminate stock. The Model 11-87 and Model 870 SPS (Special Purpose Synthetic) camouflaged shotguns will feature the Mossy Oak Obsession pattern.
Five 12-gauge autoloaders in the Model SPR453 line, introduced in 2004 as part of the Spartan Gunworks line, now will be marketed under the Remington name.
In 2006, Remington offers the last of its limited edition series of Dale Earnhardt Tribute shotguns: the Model 870 Wingmaster 20-gauge, pump-action shotgun.
Remington is introducing a line of 12-gauge tactical synthetic shotguns in Model 870 pump action and Model 1100 autoloading platforms.
Remington is offering the Parker Gun AAHE 28-gauge classically styled, double-barrel, side-by-side sporting gun. The handcrafted shotgun is being built by the Connecticut Shotgun Manufacturing Co. The extremely limited edition is priced at $49,000 and can be ordered directly from Remington.
For 2006, Remington returns to the world of black powder with the launch of the Genesis Muzzleloader line. Available in seven initial offerings, the .50 caliber black powder rifle features the Torch Cam breech block and 209 primer ignition.