Legacy Sports Int’l’s Ammo Boost detachable magazine kits, already proven to reliably function on Howa 1500 rifles, are now also available for Remington Model 700 BDLs. Replacing the gun’s hinged magazine floorplate and trigger guard, the conversion kits allow shooters to retrofit their firearms to accept detachable box magazines. Constructed of a rigid polymer, kits are offered to accommodate six short-action chamberings, four long-action chamberings and three magnum chamberings. Short- and long-action magazines are available in either five- or 10-round capacities, while only five-round magazines are offered for magnum cartridges. Price: $100. Contact: Legacy Sports Int’l. (800) 553-4229; legacysports.com.
Product Preview: Legacy Sports Int’l Ammo Boost
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