With more than 50 years of unmatched performance, the Remington 700 is easily one of the best bolt-action rifles in the world. It has one of the most popular actions in the market, which has been used on multiple other rifles.
The Remington 700 also has incredible aftermarket support.
There is no other bolt action rifle on the market that provides the same level of parts compatibility and accessories as the model 700. It is a very reliable, versatile, and accurate rifle that is used by hunters, competition shooters, and even the US military.
Above: Remington 700 ADL, Bolt Action Rifle, 300 Winchester Magnum, 26" Barrel. Source: remarms.com. Below:Rem 700 fitting fitting WOOX Furiosa chassis and Evolution Suppressor, SR5-G2 Bipod, Rem700 .308, Trigger R700 2-Stage Special, Riton Optics X5 Conquer 5-25x50.
Manufactured by Remington arms in 1962, the Model 700 is one of the best-selling bolt action rifles in the US, with over 5 million units sold to consumers all over the country. Over the past six decades, several variations and models of the Remington Model 700 have been produced.
They have different stocks, calibers, finishes, barrel profiles, and attachments, however, they all use the tried and tested model 700 action.
Here is a brief account of the popular Remington 700 models:
One of the original technical drawing of Rem700 released by Remington Arms.
There comes a time in almost every rifle shooter’s life when they just aren’t satisfied with their OEM rifle stock. It might be too heavy. It might be too flimsy. It might swell and contract with changes in temperature and humidity. It might even be ugly. Whatever the reason, most of us look for a stock that better suits our needs and desires.
Here’s what you should be looking for when you decide to buy your aftermarket rifle stock.
• Bottom Metal Hawkins Precision Short Action M5 Detachable Box Magazine Bottom Metal
• Supported Barrel Mountain / Magnum / Varmint / Standard
• Calibers Accepted .223 Rem / .243 Winchester / .260 Remington / 6.5mm Creedmoor / 7mm-08 Remington / .308 Winchester / .338 Federal / .358 Winchester/ 6.5 PRC
Our Chassis with the Remington 700 Inlet in their prospective Short or Long action configurations fit all Remington 700 actions and clones including but not limited to the following: Bergara B-14, Kelby Actions, Big Horn Arms, Defiance, Bat Machine, Impact Precision, GA Precision, Curtis, Defiance Machine, Stiller Tac30/Tac300, Bighorn TL2-3, Lonepeak Arms, Impact, Surgeon, American Rifle Company, Borden, Cadex Defense, Machine GA Precision Gunwerks , Havercamp, HS Precision, Kelby's, Lone Peak Arms, McMillan, Mesa Precision Arms, Nesika Bay, Pacific Tool & Gauge, Pierce Engineering, Shilen, Precision, Stolle, Zermatt Arms.
The Remington 700 is one of the most popular bolt-action rifles on the market today, and its standard version is the most basic and affordable variant. Despite its simplicity, the Remington 700 standard version has a number of features that make it a reliable and accurate choice for hunters, sport shooters, and others.
One of the key features of the Remington 700 standard version is its action. The 700 uses a simple but robust bolt-action design that has been in use for over a century. The bolt is made from a single piece of steel and has dual front locking lugs that provide a strong and secure lockup when the rifle is fired. The action is smooth and reliable, making it easy to cycle the bolt quickly for follow-up shots.
Another important feature of the Remington 700 standard version is its barrel. The 700 uses a cold hammer-forged barrel that is made from high-quality steel. The barrel is free-floating, meaning that it is not in contact with the stock, which helps to reduce the effect of barrel vibrations on accuracy. The standard version of the 700 has a barrel length of 22 inches, which strikes a good balance between maneuverability and accuracy.
The Remington 700 standard version also has a simple and reliable trigger system. The trigger is user-adjustable, with a factory-set pull weight of around 3.5 pounds. The trigger has a clean and crisp break, making it easy to fire accurate shots with minimal movement or disruption to the sight picture.
The Remington 700 standard version also has a few additional features that make it a versatile choice for a variety of applications. The rifle has a blind magazine, which means that cartridges are loaded individually through the top of the action. This helps to reduce the overall weight of the rifle and simplifies the design. The standard version of the 700 also has a fixed sling swivel stud at the front of the stock, making it easy to attach a sling for carrying the rifle in the field.
The Remington 700 Sps or Special Purpose Synthetic is among one of the most affordable model 700s that you can get, it comes with a standard Synthetic Matte Black stock from the factory, and has gray grip and forearm inserts. The SPS (Special Purpose Synthetic) is a more utilitarian version of the Remington 700, with a synthetic stock that is less expensive and more durable than wood. It has a matte finish on the metal parts and a blind magazine, making it a good choice for hunters who need a reliable, no-frills rifle. Remington 700 SPS Tactical.
The Model 700 SPS also comes in an SPS tactical configuration, which has a heavier barrel and adjustable trigger. The SPS stainless steel is also a common configuration, which has a stainless steel barrel. The SPS Tactical is a variant of the SPS with a heavier barrel that is fluted for weight reduction, a threaded muzzle for attaching a suppressor or muzzle brake, and a tactical-style stock with a beavertail fore-end and a dual sling swivel stud. It is designed for precision shooting and is often used in law enforcement or military applications.
Remington 700 XCR - The XCR (Extreme Conditions Rifle) is designed to be weather-resistant and corrosion-resistant, with a synthetic stock, stainless steel or titanium parts, and a TriNyte Corrosion Control System. It is a good choice for hunters or shooters who need a rugged, reliable rifle that can withstand harsh environments.
This rifle comes with a synthetic glass fiber polymer stock,with soft-touch inserts in the forend the grip. The barrel and action on the XCr usually has a stainless steel finish and a heavy barrel profile.
The model 700 XHR or Xtreme hunting rifle features a unique Sporter-Weight barrel, which has a triangular profile. This rifle also comes with a user-adjustable X-Mark Pro trigger for more accurate shots.
The XHR uses an injection-molded soft synthetic stock, with a Realtree® All Purpose camo. You also get a SuperCell recoil pad and Hogue over-molded rubber grip panels on this rifle.
The Classic Deluxe or CDL is one of the most high-end model 700 variants available on the market. This rifle comes with an excellent Satin finished Walnut stock, with a textured grip and forearm. The stock also has a SuperCell recoil pad for added comfort.
For the best performance, the CDL model also features an externally adjustable X-Mark Pro trigger system. The CDL (Classic Deluxe) has a hinged magazine floorplate and is often chambered in more powerful calibers for hunting larger game.
The Sendero is a heavy-barreled, long-range precision rifle that is designed for extreme accuracy. It has a reinforced synthetic stock with a wide, flat fore-end for stable shooting from a rest. It is often chambered in long-range calibers such as .300 Win Mag or .338 Lapua Magnum.
The La Sandero is also a premium Remington 700 model, which elevates the basic Remington 700 Varmint Special, and takes it to the next level with a durable and weather-resistant composite synthetic fiberglass stock.
Remington 700 VTR - The VTR (Varmint Tactical Rifle) has a unique triangular barrel that is designed to reduce weight and improve accuracy by stiffening the barrel. It has a tactical-style stock with a beavertail fore-end and a dual sling swivel stud, making it a good choice for long-range varmint hunting or target shooting.Doubts? Contact us
As the name suggests the Remington 700 mountain is made for rocky mountain environments. It has a synthetic, weatherproof Aramid Fiber stock which has a textured grip and forend. The stock has a black base color, with a gray webbing pattern for Camo.
The Mountain SS is a lightweight hunting rifle with a stainless steel barrel and a synthetic stock. It is designed to be carried long distances over rough terrain, and is often chambered in smaller calibers such as .308 Winchester or .270 Winchester.
The Remington 700 is also available in a muzzleloader configuration, which rifles proprietary .50 caliber Premier® AccuTip bullets. Loading the rifles is very easy, and they provide efficiency comparable to a centerfire rifle.Doubts? Contact us
The ultimate muzzle loaded is the enhanced and improved version of the original Remington 700 Muzzleloader rifle. It has a longer 300-yard lethal range because of the U.M.L. Ignition System, and the proprietary Premier® AccuTip bullets.
This rifle has a synthetic black stock, with a matte finish.