The Ultimate Remington 700 Remodel

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posted on July 30, 2020
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A. An integrated, modular weight system allows shooters to customize the balance and mass of their rifle with the MDT ACC Chassis System. Its Skeleton Rifle Stock features a steel buttpad and, if needed, there is a dedicated space for more weight to be added. Folding buttstocks are also available. An Arca rail spans the full length of the forearm with M-Lok mounting points for adding accessories to either the interior or exterior of the fore-end. The ACC is available for many makes and models of bolt-action rifles, including the Model 700. MSRP: $1,099.95 (short action); mdttac.com

B. Compatible with calibers ranging from .17 HMR to .300 Wby. Mag., the Silencer Central Banish30 Suppressor boasts titanium alloy construction for enhanced strength, without adding burdensome weight. It measures 7 to 9 inches (depending on whether the tube extension is installed). At its 9-inch configuration, it holds eight STifle baffles and it can be re-assembled into a 7-inch configuration. Once installed, the Banish30 is capable of reducing the report of a .308 Win. by 34 dB. MSRP: $979; silencercentral.com

C. Available in four different variants, B&T Industries’ Atlas PSR Bipod is the result of testing and feedback from the military following selection by the USSOCOM for its Sniper Rifle System. Improved features include fore and aft pivot-limiting bosses, non-rotational legs and an increased inner-leg strength. Forty-five degree leg positioning provides enhanced stability, while the added ability to successfully pan and cant your rifle puts welcome flexibility at the shooter’s fingertips. Other choices include Standard-length and tall models. Prices start at $259.95; atlasbipod.com

D. The Magpul PMag AICS Magazine is made using lightweight polymer that is crush- and impact-resistant. Long- and short-action variants, copious-capacity options and multiple calibers are just some of the options from which to choose. The removable floorplate is flared for enhanced purchase. Inside, the stainless steel spring is paired with a self-lubricating follower for increased reliability. MSRP: $34.95 to $39.95; magpul.com

E. Designed with 20 years of input from military personnel, competitive shooters and hunters, Tactical Intervention Specialists’ Quick Cuff Precision Rifle Sling features heavy-duty, 1.45-inch nylon webbing that can be affixed to your rifle in traditional-, hasty- or cuff-style carry methods. Length adjustment and deployment are quick, quiet and tangle-resistant in any mode. Available colors are black, khaki and OD green and attachment options include QD pushbutton, heavy-duty swivels, HK/AI-style hooks and MASH hooks. MSRP: $64.95; tacticalintervention.com

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