Remington launches threaded Model Seven in KUIU Vias camo

The threaded Model Seven is chambered in .300 BLK and .308 Win. (Photo: Remington)

Remington introduces a new Model Seven, adding a threaded version decked out in KUIU Vias camouflage. Available in .300 Blackout and .308 Win, the latest Model Seven features a cylindrical receiver design offering consistent bedding in the stock.

“The Model Seven features the same legendary strength as the Model 700’s ‘three-rings-of-steel’ referring to the steel bolt face, barrel and receiver encasing the cartridge head,” Remington said in a press release.

The threaded Model Seven comes finished in Kuiu Vias camo pattern. (Photo: Remington)

The threaded Model Seven features a 16.5-inch threaded barrel with a matte blue finish. The bolt action rifle measures 2 3/8-inches shorter than the Model 700 and is best suits smaller shooters or those in dense cover hunting environments. Weighing 5.5-pounds, the Model Seven offers a Picatinny scope base and X-Mark Pro externally adjustable trigger as well as SuperCell Recoil Pad.

Remington had the KUIU Model Seven Threaded on display at the NRA Show in Dallas in May. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

The Model Seven threaded KUIU rifle delivers a magazine capacity of four rounds for the .308 Win and five rounds for the .300 BLK. The long gun is available now with an MSRP of $795.

Decked out in bright Kuiu Vias scheme camo, the Model Seven Threaded is offered in .300 AAC Blackout and .308 Win and comes standard with Remington’s X-Mark Pro adjustable trigger. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

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