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Remy 700 question
« : February 02, 2013, 08:23:48 AM »

Nocturnal68

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Hey everyone,  I'm seeing all the nice remys out there with aftermarket stocks and bolts. Where on earth can I get different stocks and bolts for mine?

Re: Remy 700 question
« #1 : February 02, 2013, 09:36:53 AM »

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Their is a lot of places, I would goggle what type of stock you are looking for, also the bolt type you want.

Re: Remy 700 question
« #2 : April 27, 2013, 08:27:04 AM »

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  Pacific Tool and Guage will sell you a completely different bolt. You will need a gunsmith to headspace it to your rifle. Stocks are plentiful. Bell and Carlson, Mcmillan, Manners, HS Precision and others all have stocks. Places like Stockys will have a good supply. Online forums like this are a good place to learn of these things. My two favorites are 24hourcampfire.com and Snipershide.com. Read a LOT on those before you post. Almost everything you will ask has already been answered. You may regret ever wanting to start tweaking, it is addicting.  :)

Re: Remy 700 question
« #3 : September 23, 2013, 06:06:06 PM »

jdrigge71

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Has anyone fired the new Remington 700 SPS? I'm looking to get one in 308, and wanted some input.

Re: Remy 700 question
« #4 : September 24, 2013, 01:33:04 PM »

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Has anyone fired the new Remington 700 SPS? I'm looking to get one in 308, and wanted some input.


Its a great rifle at a great price imo... if you got deep pockets check out the 700p and 700 LTR... the LTR comes with a precision stock if im not mistaken, although the 700 sps hougue stock is nice i think. the LTR is also fluted....  If you liek long action there is the pss... i did a crap ton of research when decidign between a remi 700 and savage model 10 FP-SR, which is alaso a pretty badass rifle.... but the stock is meh... i still  havent got either and plan on goign a differant route altogether but itll taker tiem and money, i got plenty of time.. working on the money part lol   i really want a 300 win mag kind of like

http://www.basspro.com/Remington-Model-700-SPS-300-WIN-MAG-Rifle/product/10218088/

 but im not a huge fan of the 26" barrell but am a huge fan of 300 win mag over 308, really liek the 308 sps though bc i beleive its liek 20-21"?


Re: Remy 700 question
« #5 : July 12, 2014, 10:03:06 PM »

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Redhawk rifles is where I bought my bell and Carlson

Re: Remy 700 question
« #6 : March 29, 2015, 05:44:01 PM »

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Remington's 700 sps TAC is awesome I have it in .308, but instead of buying the one with fluted barrel I had mine smithed to my specs and threaded. Added archangel stock Bushnell 400 TAC optics. Save about 700$ going with archangel stock because then you don't have to buy the mag conversion. Comes in 5&10 rd mags and extra mags direct from promag are cheap. Excellent marksman rifle I don't use the word "sniper" rifle cause unless ur a sniper its just a rifle. I have the 16" barrel and even shooting 200 grain the difference between it and 26" is minimal. Easily reach out 1500 meters, have seen people accurate and effective with it out to 3000m. From what I've found only two companies make a bolt assembly and both gonna run you 500$+. But can't go wrong with this firearm. The factory stock is nice, I just wanted the tacticool look. And a better bedding.

Re: Remy 700 question
« #7 : April 07, 2015, 12:47:50 PM »

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I've really looked at getting a Boyd's stock for my Win Model 70 in 30.06, i've seen good reviews on these anyone have any experience or knowledge of them?? I figure for $100 the price could be right....