Remington Model 76 Trail Rider

A leveraction version of the Nylon 66 .22 caliber semi-auto carbine, the Model 76 was made by Remington from 1962 to 1964.  It had a magazine tube in the buttstock that held 14 rounds, just like the 66.

The lever operated a rack & pinion gear that gave the levergun a very short and smooth stroke.

It was produced in two models, the Mohawk, which featured a brown stock and blued metal parts, and the Apache which had a black stock and chromed metal parts.