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The Remington 700 BDL is favored by hunters around the world for its ruggedness, out-of-the-box accuracy, and classic aesthetics. This attractive centerfire rifle’s high-gloss American walnut stock is styled with a distinctive black forend cap, classic Monte Carlo comb, and skipline cut checkering. Its recessed bolt face encompasses the cartridge head for the greatest protection against case rupture, and its strong cylindrical receiver is machined from solid-steel bar stock. The 700 BDL comes equipped with the responsive and externally adjustable X-Mark Pro trigger system, a hammer forged barrel, adjustable rear sight, hinged magazine floorplate, and sling swivel studs.

• High-gloss American walnut stock
• Rich, deep bluing
• Solid construction
• X-Mark Pro trigger system
• Hooded ramp front and adjustable rear sights

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