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Remington 700 Titanium 7mm-08 Rem.

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This ultra-light rifle didn't show us excellent accuracy, but it was a decent, solid rifle. We liked the light weight, especially when it didn't even begin to hurt us in recoil. Remington built it right.

Remington 700 Titanium 7mm-08 Rem.

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The black, slightly pebbly B&C stock was comfortable and looked great, we thought. The rifle had clean lines, with nothing on it that didn't belong.
For fun we tried our 36X Leupold, shown here, but it didn't help the poor accuracy with Remington's own ammunition.
Remington went all out to lighten this rifle, including removing metal from the bolt handle.
We particularly liked the excellent mating of the stock to the action. The stock flowed smoothly around the ejection port (arrows) without gaps or sharp edges.

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