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Remington 710 .30-06

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The Remington package didnít work as well as it looks, we found. The scope had problems, though the rifle was the right caliber and set up well enough by itself. The dark-gray synthetic stock and detachable magazine were the notable features.

Remington 710 .30-06

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We had problems with the scope, and the mounts were loose as the package came, and we could not focus the reticle. We liked the stock and its shape, and the bolt knob was comfortable, but bolt travel and cocking were stiff.
The arrow points to the bolt release lever, a good alternate to the usual trigger-guard-mounted release, we thought.
We didnít like the loading of the four-round magazine. Rounds had to be pressed down and then slid back. Feeding, however, was perfect. The bolt head was recessed and had the typical Remington functional extractor.

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