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Model 700 Stainless 5-R With Threaded Barrel

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Model: 5200
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 411544642
 
UPC: 047700852003
 
MFG: Remington

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X-Mark Pro Trigger and features a M700 stainless steel barreled action with 5-R mil-spec threaded barrel (5/8x24) with thread protector, the same barrel used in the M-24 sniper rifles. Stock has aluminum bedding in block in standard VS configuration. 11.25 inch twist. Five lands and grooves and eleven degree target crown.

Caliber .308 Win.
Barrel Length 20

 
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Tan
Action
Caliber 22 Accelerator
Barrel Length 16" Bull Barrel
Overall Length N/A
Trigger Gold
Safety N/A
Capacity 28+1
Stock
Drop N/A
Weight N/A
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Stainless Steel
Action Bolt Action
Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62 NATO)
Barrel Length 20"
Overall Length N/A
Trigger X-Mark Pro
Safety N/A
Capacity 4 + 1
Stock Fixed
Drop N/A
Weight N/A
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Not Listed
Action Flintlock
Caliber 458 Lott
Barrel Length Combo 28" VR & 20" IC
Overall Length N/A
Trigger ProFire
Safety N/A
Capacity 4 + 1
Stock Interchangable
Drop N/A
Weight N/A
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Silver
Action Pivot Block
Caliber 44-40 Winchester
Barrel Length 16" light contour w/ A2 flash hider
Overall Length N/A
Trigger Two Stage
Safety N/A
Capacity 14 + 1
Stock Skeleton
Drop N/A
Weight N/A
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Titanium
Action Precussion Cap
Caliber 416 Ruger
Barrel Length 16" light contour w/ A2 flash hider
Overall Length N/A
Trigger 3 Gun
Safety N/A
Capacity 14 + 1
Stock
Drop N/A
Weight N/A

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Reviewed By: jesse h on 04/01/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Without a doubt this is an absolute awesome rifle. Shoots as advertised and looks amazing. I wasn't excited about the green stock; but after laying eyes on it I love it. The trigger is pretty nice as well.
I'm not going to go too long winded here at all; but wanted to share how impressed I am with this gun. If you're thinking about it; just buy it.
It took over two weeks to get after ordering. You can decide if that's any good.

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Reviewed By: Aaron B on 03/10/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Super impressed by this gun, this is my second purchase from Buds. This is also my second Bolt Action Rifle, my previous was a Remington 770 in .270 that I got from a local Mom and Pops shop with a cheapie generic 3-9x40 scope for under $300. I had fun shooting the 770, until I got the 700 5R in! I ordered this rifle on a Tuesday morning and it was in their shipping department the same day, got to UPS the next day. No issues with shipping, gun arrived promptly to FFL.

Got to the range that weekend and first thing I did was my poor man's boresight (set up the rifle on bipod and support the butt stock with sandbags or I used the rear bag in my Caldwell Deadshot Shooting Bag combo. I removed the bolt and aligned the bore with the bullseye on a target at 25 yds. Without touching the rifle I adjusted the scope to be aimed at the bullseye as well. Double and triple checked, then lined up for my first shot. Sure enough I was on paper, verified I had a good grouping with 2 more shots, than made adjustments so I was zeroed at 25 yds. I had the range to myself so then I set up a target at 100 yds. Took 3 shots, still grouped nice and tight but was very surprised I needed very little adjustments to be zeroed at 100 yds. Super impressed with it that day.

I took the rifle and a new spotting scope with some friends the next weekend (this last weekend), let them shoot the rifle while I was still breaking it in. Tried a different brand of ammo and made some small adjustments so I was zeroed with those rounds. We looked up a drop calculator for a 308 round and decided to give hitting the goat at the end of our range a try. 500 yards with 168gr ammo said 36 Mils of elevation. I was shooting 147gr so I knew it'd be a little bit off. It wasn't too windy that day so I wasn't worried about adjusting windage. First shot was just high according to my spotter, dialed down 3 clicks. 2nd shot just barely missed. I went down 4 more clicks (now 29 up from 100 yds) and squeezed the trigger... HIT! I transitioned to another target just next to it, also around 500 yards, another HIT, sent a second round at the second target, and was still hitting. 500 yards may not be a huge deal for everyone but it worked for me, especially with a nearly brand new rifle with less than 60 rounds through it. This rifle had no issues with 150gr American Eagle and 147gr WWB 7.62 NATO. We did have the first round of the 7.62 NATO not fire, the primer was struck but the round did not fire. We fired 12 more from that same box without issue so we chalked that one up as a bad round. I've got a bunch of 168gr Federal Gold Medal Match ammo in the safe for a rainy day when I feel I'm worthy of that ammo.

I was curious to see how the recoil from a .308 would compare to the .270, but honestly the .308 kicks less than the .270. It could be from the heavier weight of the Remington 700's thick barrel and beefier stock, vs the thin barrel and plastic stock of the Remington 770. Different bipod brands could also play into it, but after shooting the 700, I tried a couple shots with the 770, and there is no going back lol. I'll probably still hang on both just in case ;)

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Reviewed By: Michael C on 09/22/2012 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
One ragged hole at 100 yds off sandbags. The gun's way better than I am. It's awesome. There was one surprise, however - the stock was GREEN. Luckily green's my favorite color, and I think it looks cool. However, the picture on the computer of this product looks black to me, and so green was a surpirse, so check before you buy.

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