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Remington Model 700 ADL Stainless Synthetic with Scope
The world's strongest, most accurate bolt-action rifle is adaptable for every application and pursuit. Available with a host of industry leading features in several SPS and ADL offerings, and a long list of chamberings, there's a Model 700 configuration to match any hunting or shooting purposes and budget.
The Remington 700 ADL features a scope, manual thumb safety, a satin stainless metal finish, and a stainless steel barrel and receiver.
Brand: Remington Firearms
Category: Rifles
Model: 700
Series: ADL with Scope
Caliber: 30-06 Springfield
Barrel Length Range: 24.00"
Action: Bolt
Metal Finish Group: Silver/Gray
Stock Finish Group: Synthetic
Sights: None, Scope
Capacity: 4+1
Weight Range: 7.00 lbs to 7.99 lbs
Barrel Description: Stainless Steel
Barrel Length: 24"
Hand: Right
Metal Finish: Stainless Steel
OAL: 44.5"
Receiver Material: Stainless Steel
Safety:Manual
Stock Description: Synthetic Black
Twist: 1:10"
Weight: 7.375 lbs
MPN#: RMN-85491

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Is the ADL a decent step up from the 783? I recently shot a friend's 783 in .30-06 at a range and while the gun shot nice and accurate, I was not a fan of the rather sticky and clumsy bolt along with the rounds taking a couple of pushes with the bolt to finally chamber completely

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I agree, Adl is the bottom. I bought mine and just added to it as I could afford. Out of the box it shoots sub moa. Each birthday I'd ask for new stuff. 4 years later I have a timney trigger, hogue floated/bedded and detachable mags Nikon scope and I can hit beer cans at 300rds every time off a rest using 150gr corelokt

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The ADL is the bottom of the 700 barrel, but still the flagship series for Remington. This rifle should be much better than a Remington 783.

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