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Remington model 700P vs 40-X

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by newman, Jun 30, 2006.

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  1. newman

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    I recently heard about the 40-XB and 40-XS and was wondering if anyone knows what the differences are between these and the Model 700P and LTR models.
     
  2. Bullet

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  3. newman

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    I read the specs and marketing information. I was hoping for some real world info.. maybe accuracy, cost, etc...
     
  4. Gewehr98

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    Totally different guns.

    Different receivers, and the 40X series usually has solid bottom receiver metal for single-shot target use. There are 40X repeaters with magazines, but they're still built separately from the Remington 700 series, as a matter of fact, all 40X rifles are hand built one at a time by the Remington Custom Shop.
     
  5. Outlaws

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    I never saw page on remingtons site before.

    So how much are they? That M24 look is sick.

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    Okay so its $6400. :what:
     
  6. Outlaws

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    So the 700P LTR is bout $825 on gunbroker. The 40-XB is about $1200-1500. I didn't see an XS on there.
     
  7. P0832177

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    The 700P is nothing special! It is a stock action with a factory bbl. The stock is HSP, and it features an aluminum bedding block. There is heavy duty finish vs the VSF. But, as far as everything else aside it is a factory gun!
     
  8. gunslinger15

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    If its a custom action and feel you want go look at a tika. slide the bolt on one and you will be hooked. Ya this gun pretty much looks like a factory gun just you get to have some input on the jewling process...

    Gunslinger15
     
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