Talk:Remington Model 700

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Remington Model 700 SPS Stainless - .300 Win Mag
Remington Model 700P LTR - 7.62x51mm NATO
Remington Model 700 LTR with bipod - 7.62x51mm NATO
Remington Model 700 BDL - .300 Win Mag
Remington Model 700 CDL - .300 Win Mag
Remington Model 700 CDL DM with scope - .243 Winchester.
Remington Model 700 with the Varmint Laminated Stock - .308 Winchester
Remington Model 700 XCR II - .300 Win Mag
Remington Model 700 VTR - .308 Winchester
Remington Model 700 SPS Tactical - .308 Winchester
Remington Model 700 SPS Tactical with AAC-SD - .308 Winchester
Remington Model 700 Export with Leupold Mark 4 scope and Harris LM-S bipod - .308 Winchester
Remington Model 700 BDL rifle with iron sights and sniper scope - .30-06 Springfield
Remington Model 700 with synthetic stock and a Leupold scope - 7mm Remington Magnum (credit to Orca1 9904)
Remington USR - .308 Winchester
Cadex Defence Strike Dual short action rifle chassis for the Remington 700
Remington 700 with Cadex Defence Strike Dual rifle chassis - .300 Win Mag
AAC Integrally Suppressed Remington Model 700 - .300 BLK
Remington Model 700 with JAE-700 stock - .308 Winchester

Discussion

Question

Im not too good with when specific variants were introduced and I cant seem to find a definite date for the 700 BDL, anyone know EXACTLY when it was released?

Distinguishing

as Americans we all know the popularity and influencialality of the model 700, for any one confused with whether a rifle is an R700 in an AICS chassis and an Accuracy International Arctic Warfare series, look at the bolt. the AI l96 series uses a ball shape bolt at the end of a round piece of metal while the R700 uses a flat "Tab" bolt handle User:SargeOverkill

Remington XM2010 ESR

Should this not have its own page? I know it is derived from the M24 which is the Remington Model 700, but it is fairly different.... --Zackmann08 19:05, 10 January 2012 (CST)

I don't think so, as it is basically a Remington 700 in a fancy stock. The real life XM2010 ESRs are actually built from M24 rifles which have been rechambered to .300 Winchester Magnum and accessorised. --commando552 08:45, 11 January 2012 (CST)
Gotcha. Thanks for the explanation! --Zackmann08 10:00, 11 January 2012 (CST)

And just to point out, the XM was dropped almost two years ago. It's now the M2010 ESR. Unless there are differences between the full-rate version and the test models (as is the case with the XM320 and XM16E1), it should be changed to reflect that. Spartan198 (talk) 06:05, 14 February 2016 (EST)

M24A2 vs. M24A3

How can one visually differentiate between M24A2 and M24A3? The M24 section is piled up. --Masterius 06:39, 13 April 2012 (CDT)

Different trigger guard design. The M24A3 has a magazine release paddle-like thing, and its magazine is longer and wider. --bozitojugg3rn4ut 07:14, 13 April 2012 (CDT)

M40A5

M40A5 (which is Short Action) allows both 5-round and 10-round magazines through its Badger Ordnance BDM Triggerguard. --Masterius 09:38, 13 April 2012 (CDT)

Need image for Remington 700 with JAE-700 Stock

Couldn't tell whether to put this here or on the No More Room In Hell article, decided here because I figured people would actually see it here.

I have screenshots taken and uploaded for the article, but I need a picture of the IRL gun, since none of the pictures on the R700 article and talk page match. I found one picture that looks good, but I want to ask you guys if this picture is okay to upload: http://www.infobarrel.com/media/image/46363.jpg

M40/A1 vs Remington 700

What exactly is the difference between an M40/M40A1 and a Remington 700? The A3, A5, and A7 versions are easily distinguishable, but I was under the impression that the M40 and M40A1 were just off-the-shelf 700s with the former having a wooden stock and the latter a synthetic stock and new scope. Is that the case or am I wrong? Spartan198 (talk) 07:42, 20 August 2016 (EDT)

I had always thought the base rifles were further worked-over a bit at Quantico prior to use and not issued as straight off-the-shelf pieces, mainly in the case of the A1 but also perhaps with the original M40 as well. Could be wrong though. StanTheMan (talk) 16:36, 20 August 2016 (EDT)

Safety Issues

So, if any of you watch 60 Minutes, then you'll know about the safety concerns regarding these rifles, being that certain trigger models (more predominantly the recent model- the "X-Mark Pro", if I recall correctly- along with the earlier "Walker" model) have had issues with firing without the trigger being touched. Does anybody have anything to say about this? Comments, questions, concerns? Bueller? Pyr0m4n14c (talk) 18:59, 20 February 2017 (EST)

My personal opinion is if you buy the rifle, just replace the trigger with a quality one, and you're good to go. I don't know if that issue is true or not, but it's probably best to be on the side of caution. --Sasquatch the Reaper (talk) 01:04, 21 February 2017 (EST)




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