NRA Gun of the Week: Remington Model 700 Precision Chassis Rifle (PCR)

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posted on February 9, 2019
Remington Arms Co.'s storied history as America’s oldest arms maker is familiar to most, but many may have missed its debut in the chassis-rifle market. American Rifleman’s David Herman reviews Big Green’s Model 700 Precision Chassis Rifle (PCR), a line extension of the company's classic design that has provided table fare over generations, as well as rested in the hands of those who serve and protect. The PCR is a feature-rich bolt-action rifle that utilizes a rigid aluminum chassis optioned to fit Magpul furniture. Combined with SquareDrop cuts on the handguard, the bolt-action rifle is capable of accommodating most any accessory a shooter requires. To learn more, check out this week’s NRA Gun of the Week video.

Specifications
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Model: 700 Precision Chassis Rifle (PCR)
Manufacturer: Remington Arms Co.
Chambering: .308 Win.
Action Type: bolt-action center-fire rifle
Barrel: 24”
Receiver: carbon steel
Stock: Teflon-coated, anodized 6061 aluminum chassis; Magpul Gen III PRS (butt)
Magazine: Magpul, five-round detachable box
Sights: none; Picatinny rail
Trigger: X-Mark Pro trigger, adjustable; 4-lb., 12-oz. pull
Weight: 10 lbs., 8 ozs.
MSRP: $1,199










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