Manufactured from 1941 to 1944 with about 2,500 made. This rifle was manufactured in 1943. The Model 720 rifle was generally used by the Department of the Navy as a trophy for shooting competitions and never saw combat. Ramp bead front and semi-buckhorn sporting rear sights. The two line Remington address is marked on the top of the barrel between the sights. “SPRINGFIELD/30 CAL.1906” is marked on the left side of the breech followed by “MODEL-720/41915 on the receiver. “REMINGTON” is marked on the right on the right side of the receiver along with inspector and proofmarks on the breech. Matching serial numbers on the receiver and bolt. Fitted with a walnut checkered pistol grip stock with sling swivels and a steel checkered buttplate. Crossed cannons with the “FJA” (F.J. Atwood) inspector stamp on the left side of the buttstock. Complete with a leather sling, instruction booklet and the original box numbered to the gun.