Are there different versions of the Remington Model 700?

Are there different versions of the Remington Model 700?

There are many variants of the consumer version of the Model 700, including the Model 700, Model 700 ADL, Model 700 BDL, Model 700 CDL, and Model 700 Safari. Remington also produces a Mountain LSS version that is outfitted with a stainless steel barrel and laminated stock.

Can a Remington 700 barrel number be decoded?

Remington 700 or 1100 serial numbers can be decoded the same way as Remington 870 serial numbers. This decoder works for all Remington firearms which have two-letter code on their barrel.

How big is the barrel of a Remington 700?

Remington 700 VTR – The Varmint Tactical Rifle is designed to be a marriage of the SPS Varmint, and the Tactical Long Range rifles. It has a machined muzzle brake and a 22″ barrel. It is available in two sizes: 223 caliber tactical style 1 in 9 inch twist or 308 caliber tactical style 1 in 12″ twist.

Where can I find the Remington 870 barrel number?

Remington 700, 870 or 1100 serial/barrel number lookup will work with Remington 700, 870 or any other Remington shotgun or rifle. It will show you date of manufacture of your firearm. It is very easy to use, it uses information from the Remington company. What letters at the end of the Remington 870 serial number mean?

When did the Remington 700 ADL come out?

Introduced in 1962 as an upgraded variation of 700 ADL, the traditional BDL has a hinged floorplate, wood stock, cut checkering, black fore-end tip and pistol-grip cap, finished in polished blue with iron sights. Offered in short and long actions, a wide variety of calibers from .17 Rem. to .375 RUM have been offered over the years.

What’s the weight of a Remington 700 BDL?

Model 700 BDL SS Fitted with a stainless steel barrel and black synthetic stock. No sights, barrel lengths of 24” to 26” (magnums). Weight about 7.325 lbs., in most popular calibers.