What is the difference between a Remington 700 and 770?

What is the difference between a Remington 700 and 770?

The difference between Remington 700 and 770 is their caliber and special features, which makes the two a unique ammunition item in many different ways. Remington 700 is a superior rifle to the 770 models because of the varied options it provides, whereas the 770 model is cheaper and is best for beginners or new users.

Are Savage Axis rifles any good?

Even with a recoil lug that sits in the rifle instead of the action, these rifles produce fantastic groups. There is nothing left to say here, Savage rifles are the most accurate for the money. For an in-depth review of accuracy with factory ammo in the Axis, check out the great 130 grain 270 winchester shootout.

Where can I get parts for a Remington?

We are glad to be able to offer parts for most current production Remington firearms. Parts are available to the public for self installation, but they can also be installed by our highly trained gunsmiths. Midwest Gun Works Gunsmiths can offer you the knowledge and skill that your Remington firearm deserves.

Can a Remington 770 be used as a replacement part?

This product is no longer available, however 933030AA can be used as a replacement part. Shipment prohibited outside USA. Shipment prohibited outside USA. CT buyers must be FFL holder.

What are the parts for a Remington 710?

All parts listed in this category are specific to the Remington Model 710, 715 & 770 Rifles unless otherwise noted. It is recommended that all parts be fit by a qualified gunsmith. Please scroll down for a complete list of all parts available. LimbSaver Classic Precision Recoil Pad, Rem. 700, 7600, 870, 1100, 11-87, SP-10. & Christensen Arms

What are the parts for a Remington 11-87?

Shell Latch $29.00Add to cart Remington 11-87 12ga Shotgun Parts. Action Spring, Plug, Follower $23.00Add to cart Remington 11-87 20-ga Shotgun Parts, follower with pin