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Remington 700 SPS Tactical .223 Hogue Stock Reviews

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19 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.8 of 5 Stars!
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by Michael D Sunday 24 August, 2014
AWESOME !!! After putting 200 rounds through it today, I was able to hit DIMES at 100 YARDS. First thing I did was to tear it apart, put in a Timney Trigger to replace that RECALLED POS trigger. I put it in a Bell and Carlson M40 Stock (Green with Black Spider web), Mounted a Nightforce 20MOA Rail (Scope Mount Base) and topped it with a Nikon P 233 Scope with BDC for up to 600 yards. I was shooting sub MOA and Golf Balls were no challenge at 100 yards. So we scotch taped some dimes to our targets and proceeded to make holes in dimes. Sub MOA with 69 grain Federal Gold Medal Match's - MOA with Federal AE 50 grain gray tip varmit rounds - 2 MOA with Federal "Bulk" 223 FMJ. I already have this in 308 and set it up the same (scope is the Nikon M 308 tho) it will shoot dimes at 100 yards also! A FANTASTIC Rifle for the price !!! Mike - US Army Pistol Team 1974 -1977 - and I can still shoot Rifles too !!!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by eduardo l Thursday 10 April, 2014
Great quality rifle to include the experience buying my rifle on line was flawless.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by russell g Sunday 16 March, 2014
I was going to give this a 4 star review but thought better of it. Most people don't like these hogue stocks because you can't "clean" them due to the rubber over molding. Well I actually like the feature. This stock is grippy. I love the feel over any poly stock hands down. The front of the stock is a little flimsy. But the fact that the stock doesn't touch the barrel under normal use, and that it's pillar bedded brings me some reassurance. I mounted a champion 6-9" swivel bipod, a Warne two peace steel mount, and a Leupold Mark AR 3-9x40 scope. With very inexpensive XTac 55 grn .223 ammo I'm producing 1" groups at 50 yds. I would give this rifle a 4 star review on that fact but I think I'm expecting a lot from the cheap ammo. I've got some match ammo on order and some 69 grain match I haven't shot yet (still want to get used to the trigger). Speaking of, it has the "xmark" adjustable trigger (2.5-5 lbs I think?). I backed the trigger down to around the 2-2.5 but am still trying to get used to it. Being single stage, and light, yet crisp, I'm used to shooting two stagers. I think my groups will get better over time even with the crappy ammo. Five stars and I would highly recommend.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Michael S Monday 01 July, 2013
Bought this for my wife to shoot with my son's and I when we shoot our 308's. Great little gun, perfect for the wife with it's low recoil and is very accurate. Biggest problem is keeping the boys away from it so the wife can shoot! :-) Was too bad that Bud's sent it to the wrong address after I submitted a copy of the FFL for shipping but things happen. They handled the problem for me and agreed to only charge me half the shipping for their mistake. Thanks Buds

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Steve R Tuesday 19 February, 2013
Just recently purchased this from Bud's. Transaction went smooth, just a little confusion on the part of UPS and my part, but no big deal. As for the rifle, just got the scope mounted and will try to get out and sighted in shortly (depending on ammo supplies!) I've seen a lot of complaints on the web about the pro-trigger that Rem. is using now. I can say that it is definitely not as adjustable as the Sav. accu-trigger, but it does break clean with no take up.or creep. Rem. says it can be adjusted down to around 3 lbs. I believe it's closer to 4 lbs. Many complaints about the hex screw sticking out of the trigger to far and rubbing on the finger. This is true. I solved the problem by filing down the head of the screw and the cone shaped end, being careful not to touch the threads. Now it can be adjusted to its lightest setting without protruding from the trigger. The stock is flimsy in the forend, but I already knew this from experience with my hogue 10/22 stock. Some judicious sanding in the forend channel takes care of most of this. All in all, happy with the rifle and with how Buds handled everything, will definitely deal with Buds in the future.

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
by Michael S Tuesday 22 January, 2013
This rifle is fairly accurate out of the box. I put a 4-16x50mm Millet tactical scope on it with Millet rings and a 15 MOA Weaver base. The barrel is free-floating all except for the very end of the forearm. It touches the barrel in this area, with or without pressure on it. The Hogue over-mold stock also seems to be a little weak and allows for twist when you load up on the bipod. With that being said, I shot sub MOA at 100yds with no problem with this rifle with 55 grain BTHP. I also shot Hornady 75 grain Superformance Match BTHP through this rifle with less than pleasing results. It appears the 1:9 twist rate will not stabilize the 75 grain bullet (which I was already suspicious of). With the 75 grain I shot 2 MOA at best @ 100yds. My plan from the beginning was to change the stock on this rifle, which I will do, and I suggest for anyone else purchasing this rifle. As always, I am pleased with Bud's customer service during this purchase.

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
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