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Remington Model 700 Varmint Synthetic .223 Rem.

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This gun was superbly accurate, but it lacked a flat forend, which is a great help when shooting off a bench.

Remington Model 700 Varmint Synthetic .223 Rem.

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Accuracy secret: Built-in bedding blocks in the Winchester (left) and Remington (center). The Ruger (right) lacked one.
PMC's 55-grain HPBT shot well across the board, notching best of test 0.38-inch groups in the Winchester, 0.47-inch groups in the Remington 700 (above), 0.42-inch groups in the Ruger, and 0.64-inch groups in the Tikka.
Accuracy secret, part II: Trigger adjustability helps the shooter shoot well; but allow a pro to rework the Remington trigger.

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