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Remington 700 BDL SS DM 30-06 Springfield

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This model's synthetic stock didn't feel as solid as the others in this test, but this didnít cause any problems. Shooters with long arms may not care for the relatively short length of pull.

Remington 700 BDL SS DM 30-06 Springfield

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The safety on the Remington Model 700 BDL SS DM was a two-position lever at the right rear of the receiver.
The removable magazineís locking system consisted of dual latches that released the magazine when pinched together.
The Remington Model 70 BDL SS DMís bolt has a spring-loaded ejector and extractor.

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