Gun Report

Remington Model 700 SPS .270 Win.

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many hunters would be satisfied with the SPS’s performance at the range, or they’d be willing to find a suitable handload to make this gun shoot. But for the same money, we’d take the Weatherby instead.

Remington Model 700 SPS .270 Win.

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Hunting
Recreational
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A less pronounced Monte Carlo stock than featured on the other two rifles, we were still impressed with the feel and handling of the Remington, plus the R-3 recoil pad was the most effective of the three,.
A solid working piece of machinery, we were pleased with the feel of the bolt and the way the rifle easily handling all types of ammunition.
The rough texture of the forearm and on the pistol grip of the Remington was a welcome change to checkering and provided a good gripping surface that would be particularly helpful in bad weather conditions.

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