What does BDL stand for in Remington guns?

What does BDL stand for in Remington guns?

The “ADL” stands for “Average Deluxe” and the “BDL” stands for “Better Deluxe”. For the record the “CDL” stands for “Classic Deluxe”, although we will not discuss the “CDL” here. The Remington 700 ADL was discontinued in 2005.

Is there a difference between 8mm and 8mm Mauser?

8mm mauser/8×57 is a rimless case about 2.24″ long (56.85mm) and uses a . 323 bullet of about 195gr. 8mm Rem mag is a belted case about 2.850 (72.33mm) long and uses a . 323 diameter bullet of about 220 gr.

What is the difference between ADL and BDL?

The main difference between Remington 700 ADL and BDL is the magazine type. The blind magazine type of 700 ADL makes it a bit rigid while BDL has a hinged magazine that makes it flexible to load. The Remington 700 ADL does not have a base plate whereas BDL comes with a base plate and that makes it more versatile.

How much does a Remington 700 BDL rifle cost?

30-06 Remington Model 700 BDL 30-06 Bolt Rifle PRICE: $800.00 MANUFACTURER: Remington

What was the original Remington M700 BDL made of?

A recreation of original M700 BDL of 1962. Satin finished walnut stock with cheekpiece, cut fleur-de-lis checkering, whiteline spacers, black fore-end grip caps and recoil pad. Laser engraving on floorplate commemorates the 50th Anniversary. Barrel length 24″. Chambered for 7mm Rem. Magnum, the cartridge that was introduced with Model 700 BDL.

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.

When did the Remington Model 700 Magnum come out?

Initial prices were $114.95 for the ADL, $139.95 for the BDL and $15 more for magnums. When the Model 700 came out in 1962, Remington used the occasion to introduce the 7mm Remington Magnum, which became one of the most popular chamberings.