Model R-25

The Remington Model R-25 is a semi-automatic hunting rifle chambered in .243 Win., 7mm-08 Rem. and .308 Win. The R-25 has a modular design, meaning all the pieces snap together, and it looks and functions similarly to an American military assault rifle. It is gas operated, so the recoil doesn’t hit until the round exits the barrel. The barrel is free-floated, so the stock and barrel don’t touch. The barrel is made of durable and lightweight high carbon steel called ChroMoly. It has an ergonomically friendly pistol grip and a single-stage trigger that sets off the action at about 4.5 pounds. In replace of any sights is a Picatinny rail that allows easy mounting of a scope or optics. And, it comes with a 4-round magazine, but it’s compatible with DPMS-style mags. Remington recommends the R-25 to hunt varmint, predators and big game.

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