Is the Remington 770 any good?

Is the Remington 770 any good?

Without those rifles in the market, the Remington 770 might be OK for the price. But since those rifles ARE on the market at those prices, the 770 is not good for the price. It’d have to be around $200-$250 and even then, it’d only for those with more time and patience than a little more money.

What is a Remington 770 rifle worth?

What is a REMINGTON 770 rifle Worth? A REMINGTON 770 rifle is currently worth an average price of $378.92 new and $312.50 used . The 12 month average price is $378.92 new and $312.17 used.

Is a Remington 770 243 a short action?

Remington Model 710 – 715 – 770 Magazine. Hold 4 Rounds – NEW – Made in the USA. Fits SHORT ACTION rifles 243, 308 win.

Is the Remington 770 a good hunting rifle?

The Remington 770 bolt-action rifle. (Photo credit: Gun Auction) While it may not be the first pick for many experienced or professional hunters, for an enthusiast with a limited amount of money to dedicate toward a hobby, this rifle may very well be ideal. If you’re like me, I wanted a hunting rifle.

Where is the bolt stop on a Remington 770?

The bolt stop is a small latch on the left side of the receiver. On the inside, it moves a half-moon piece of steel to act as the bolt stop. Just from loosely working the bolt, this half moon started to take on a dent. Maybe it’d be fine, or maybe if it took a bit of abuse it’d start to fail to keep the bolt from coming out of the receiver.

Is there such a thing as a Remington 710?

You may not be aware of the 710, as you would not for a second think it was a Remington. It was however aimed at a very specific market – the occasional US hunter. There are thousands of these people, they buy their deer tag, hunt once a year and have no real interest in guns as regular shooters do.

Which is the best Remington bolt action rifle?

They have also sensibly increased the calibre range considerably with we Brits now being catered for with numbers like 243 and 308 Winchester, plus 7mm-08, 7mm Rem Mag and 300 Win Mag. Though still a cheap rifle I now feel Remington are aiming it more at serious shooters who want a good gun at a fair price.