Spurred by a surplus of tooling and supply of World War I-era M1917 production, Remington made its own commercial sporting rifle from the design, which eventually matured into the Model 700. Today, it's still one of the most used bolt-action rifles in America.
Remington Model 870 pump-action shotgun inventories are finally re-filling, and a press release issued by AG Composites this week indicates a new RemArms bolt-action rifle may be next.
Installing a short-chambered barrel yourself might be the best financial option for that tired old Remington Model 700. Start by following these simple steps.
The gunmaking legend is back at it at the Ilion, N.Y., factory, employing many of the same craftsmen, supervisors and management personnel. The company is concentrating initial efforts on manufacturing Model 870s, but plans including bringing back Model 1100s.
The Remington 700 has been around for decades, but that hasn't stopped it from topping the sales charts on GunBroker.com.
Remington Arms announced its Model 700 CP bolt-action pistol complete with upgrades that provide high levels of long-range accuracy and field performance in a compact package.