Remington Announces Model 700 Magpul Rifle

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posted on January 14, 2017
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Just announced, American Rifleman editors will be getting a closer look next week at the Model 700 Magpul rifle from Big Green. Stay tuned for more news from SHOT Show 2017, but in the meantime, check out this new Remington rifle's specifications:



Features:

  • Carbon steel barreled action with tactical bolt handle
  • Metal finished in black Cerakote
  • 22" Heavy Free-floated barrel with 5-R rifling   
  • Threaded muzzle with thread protector
  • X-Mark Pro Externally Adjustable Trigger
  • Breaks like glass, has virtually zero creep
  • Magpul Hunter stock with aluminum bedding block
  • Adjustable length-of-pull kit and three comb-height inserts.



For more, visit Remington.com.



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