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The Remington 700 SPS Tactical combines the tack-driving precision and durability of its predecessor with a heavy-contour tactical-style unsighted barrel for added maneuverability. This centerfire rifle features a Hogue overmolded pillar-bedded synthetic stock, SuperCell recoil pad, responsive and externally adjustable X-Mark Pro trigger system, semi-beavertail forend, and solid 3-rings-of-steel receiver. The drilled and tapped barrel is ready for scope mounts right out of the box, and its satin black oxide finish will help keep game unaware of the hunter. Available in 223 Rem, 300 Blackout and 308 Win.

• SuperCell recoil pad
• X-Mark Pro trigger system
• Semi-beavertail forend
• Hinged floorplate magazine

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