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The Remington 700 ADL offers the sturdiness and precision that made the Remington 700 favored by hunters police and the military alike but for a lower price than its predecessor. This lightweight bolt-action centerfire rifles solid receiver box magazine and synthetic ergonomic stock mean its durable and ready for the harshest conditions right out of the box. The 700 ADL features an unsighted barrel that is available in stainless or blued steel and 20 24 or 26 inches depending on the model. Offering a drilled and tapped receiver ready for scope mounts and stainless steel swivel studs the 700 ADL is available in popular sporting calibers including 223 Rem and 308 Win.
Caliber 7mm Remington Mag - Mag. Capacity 3 - Barrel Length 26 - Twist 19 18 - Overall Length 46 12 - Length of Pull 13 38 - Drop (Comb) 1 18 - Drop (Heel) 1 38 - Barrel Material Carbon Steel - Barrel Finish Matte Blue - Stock Material Synthetic - Stock Finish Matte Black - Weight 7 12 lbs
|Caliber||7MM REMINGTON MAGNUM|
|Barrel Length||26 BARREL|
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