What is Remington XCR?
XCR stands for Xtreme Conditions Rifle. Remington designed the XCR for extreme weather and extreme conditions with an emphasis on rugged durability and superb performance, mating 416 stainless steel materials to a matte non-reflective black TriNyte finish that functions as an all-weather corrosion control system.
What is the best model of the Remington 700?
Top Remington 700 Models for the Interested Buyers
- Model 700 CDL. A premium rifle best used for hunting, the 700 CDL is based on the traditional look of the 700 as it was first introduced in the market in 1962.
- Model 700 CDL SF.
- Model 700 BDL.
- SPS Varmint.
- Varmint SF.
- 700 VTR.
Where is the Remington Model 700 made?
It’s the number one bolt-action of all time, proudly made in the U.S.A. For over 50 years, more Model 700s have been sold than any other bolt-action rifle before or since.
Are the new Remington 700 any good?
The Remington 700 is a solid and well tested bolt action rifle of that there is no doubt, however the competition today is stiff and the old 700 Remi can simply no longer compete with the out of the box accuracy and build quality of other cheap rifles.
When did the Remington Model 700 XCR II come out?
The Remington Model 700 Extreme Conditions Rifle II is a bolt-action hunting rifle chambered in 14 cartridges. The Model 700 was introduced by Remington in 1962 and has since been expanded to include more than 30 sub-models. The XCR II has identical features to the standard XCR, but it is aesthetically different.
What kind of rifle is the Remington 700?
Remington’s Model 700 XCR Tactical Long Range rifle is a “reach out and touch them” kind of rifle. Remington has a long history of manufacturing tactical bolt-action rifles for military organizations and law enforcement use.
What does XCR stand for in Remington Magnum?
The Remington XCR rifle in 7mm Remington Magnum. The acronym XCR means Xtreme Conditions Rifle, in reference to the great resistance of the gun and its parts to adverse weather conditions. The XCR rifle belongs to the Remington 700 series, which was an instant hit when it first appeared on the market.
What’s the new trigger on the Remington 700?
What is new about the action is Remington’s new “X-Mark Pro” trigger assembly. This replaces the once excellent, fully adjustable trigger that was traditionally the most outstanding feature of Model 700 rifles with a heavier (around 5 pounds), lawyer approved trigger that requires the services of a gunsmith to adjust.