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Remington Model 7

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Gun Geezer, May 10, 2006.

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  1. Gun Geezer

    Gun Geezer Member

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    Does anyone own a Model 7? If so, a few quesitons:

    1. Is it a piece of junk like the 710, i.e. doomed to fail?
    2. Is it accurate out of the box to 1 MOA or 1 1/2 MOA?
    3. How does the action feel? Is it the same as the 700?

    That is all! Thanks. :)
     
  2. hoghunting

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    Nothing can be like the 710, so put your mind at ease. The Model 7 is very similar to the 700 and will most probably be around a long time. Feels the same as a 700.
     
  3. Legionnaire

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    Yes. A Model 7 in .308.

    No, not a piece of junk; nothing like the 710. It is a fine firearm.
    Mine is "hunting accurate." Haven't been able to get sub-MOA with factory ammo, but it goes under 2MOA with just about everything I've tried. 1 1/2 would be typical. It has a sporter barrel, which probably has something to do with it.
    Very similar to the 700, but not exactly the same. It is a short action, and very solid.

    Do a search. Lots of good stuff on the Model 7 here.
     
  4. TexAg

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    Yes, in 6mm.
    Not a piece of junk.
    About 1.5 moa.
    Nice action.
     
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