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Remington 700 SPS Tactical in .300 Blackout

The Remington 700 is now available in .300 ACC Blackout with a Special Purpose Synthetic Tactical Hogue stock.

2/24/2012

Remington is releasing its standout rifle—the Model 700—with a Special Purpose Synthetic Tactical stock in the .300 ACC Blackout chambering.

The Model 700 SPS Tactical .300 Blackout comes with the machined-steel Model 700 receiver design, and a 16 ½-inch, heavy-contour barrel threaded to accept AAC and all 5/8 x 24 threaded flash hiders, muzzle breaks and suppressors.

The stock is a Hogue OverMolded Gillie Green pillar-bedded synthetic stock with a semi-beavertail fore-end and soft-touch grip for stability, comfort and positive retention in bad weather and stressful situations.

The new Model 700 comes drilled and tapped for optics, and with a four-round magazine, black oxide metal finish and Remington’s X-Mark Pro adjustable trigger set at 3.5 pounds from the factory.

Model: 700 SPS Tactical 300 Blackout
Caliber: .300 AAC Blackout
Barrel Length: 16.5”
Barrel Type: Carbon Steel
Sights: None (Drilled & Tapped for Scope Mounting)
Rifling Twist: 1:7”
Receiver Finish: Matte Blue
Overall Length: 35 ¾”
Length of Pull: 13 3/8”
Stock Material: Synthetic
Stock Finish: Overmolded Ghillie Green
Weight: 7 lbs.
Suggested Retail Price: $817.31

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9 Responses to Remington 700 SPS Tactical in .300 Blackout

Stephen wrote:
July 04, 2014

The name of the rifle explained it, it is a tactical rifle to be used consistently at 200 or less with sub sonic and stretch the big velocity bullets to about 350. If your going to hunt in close quarters it is near a 30-30 cal but the lighter bullets will be hole launchers if your shot isn't in the boiler room then expect a track of the animal for a few hundred yards. Don't shoot sub sonic at deer and the such, it isn't ethical when the other is available. Great rifle as are all Remington 700's.

Kyle Clayton wrote:
September 30, 2013

My Walmart sells this rifle in this set up

Brian wrote:
April 28, 2013

I saw one of these at a local gun shop. I'm buying a suppressor that will work with the 300 blackout so I'm looking to get one. Anyone have any experience with this gun/caliber ?

Dave wrote:
November 01, 2012

The point is you can have a SBR rifle and a bolt action rifle in 300 blackout ammo.duh.

Kevin P wrote:
October 27, 2012

As far as consistency is yet to be seen as far as longer distances but for an urban sniper rifle unless its an rural environment most of your shots are from 100, maybe but more likely 75yds and in. I have a Remington700 in .308 caliber and have shot at 636 yds with great consistency. That certainly would not be a problem....sometimes its the shooter.

John wrote:
August 29, 2012

Joe, I called Remington August 1st. In March 2012, they had originally told me they would start production in June 2012. The new production date is sometime in October 2012. We shall see.

Joe wrote:
July 27, 2012

Any news when this will be availble to the public?

Jd Kelly wrote:
April 30, 2012

The 300 blk is such a versatile cartridge. I'm running 240 grn SMKs, 110 grain vmax, and everything in between! I havent shot beyond 200yds yet, but I wouldn't expect much consistency out past 300-400 yards no matter what bullet you're using.

Joey Renfroe wrote:
March 18, 2012

What is the normal range for defense with this rifle in the blackout chambering?