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How Much Is A Remington 700 7mm Rem Mag Worth

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Check out our onlineBeginner Handgun Course that teaches all the important stuff you need to know. I recently bought a 700 LR in 7mm Mag. Spent shells stick in the chamber and must be tapped out with a mallet at the bolt, very disconcerting. Sent it back to Remington, they returned it stating that they cleaned and polished the chamber. Now they are sending it to someone else so they can have a go at it.

A Classic is just a 700 SA or LA with a different stock and made in one caliber/year during their run. About $400, but around my area it is tough to sell a 7mm rem mag. I was thinking about getting it bedded, floated, and squared and reamed out to 7mm mashburn specs. Get 12 Issues a year of the country’s best firearms writing. Strong action with three rings of steel supporting cartridge head.


With that out of the way, let’s dive into some of their best models. The popularity of the Remington Model 700 took off. During the first three years of production, most of the Model 700s sold were chambered for the 7MM Remington Magnum cartridge. As a result, the Remington Model 700 has taken every game animal species, from squirrels to elephants.

The Remington guy said I should use factory loads. I said that would put me in the poor house. I’ve been handloading ammo for 45 yrs.

Value of a Remington 700 BDL, 8mm mag

Excellent balance with the fluted barrel and actions are nice and smooth. Again, as stock with noting more than the trigger replaced. If you can find one if highly recommend picking one up. The Remington 700 Classic Deluxe SFhas the vintage Model 700 design we’ve all come to know and love.

It is offered in a wide variety of calibers, barrel length, and stock configurations to meet the need for any shooting situation. The Remington Model 700 is credited as the most accurate mass-produced rifle in existence. This set designed for law enforcement use. Features Model 700 Police chambered for .308 Win. Cartridge, 24″ barrel (1-12″ twist) and detachable magazine.


There were some 7mags made in the late 1960’s with blued, stainless barrels. I know for certain they were turned out in 1966 like this. As Mountain Rifle above, with lightweight Kevlar stock, blue or stainless. If you are looking to buy guns or sell guns, you have come to the right place.

Features titanium receiver drilled and tapped for scope mounts. Fitted with 22″ stainless steel barrel. Chambered for both Long and Short calibers. Synthetic stock. Weight about 5.25 lbs. In 2002, .308 Win. chambering added. Made 2001–2006. I am toying around with buying a remington 700 in 7mm rem mag off of the used market. I would like a gun that is blued with a wood stock or a stainless gun with the detachable magazine. I don’t want any rust on the action but a small freckle or two on the barrel wouldn’t be a deal breaker neither would some dings on the stock. Picked one up in 308 and liked it so much I bought another in 6.5 Creedmoor.

Which is bigger .308 or 7mm Mag?

Satin finished walnut stock with cheekpiece, cut fleur-de-lis checkering, whiteline spacers, black fore-end grip caps and recoil pad. Laser engraving on floorplate commemorates the 50th Anniversary. Barrel length 24″. Chambered for 7mm Rem. Magnum, the cartridge that was introduced with Model 700 BDL. The first time I handled a Model 700 was at Whittaker’s and it was a VTR model.

I bought that gun around 1997 and I still hunt with it today. In many ways, these rifles offer many benefits over the venerable Remington 700 while maintaining all of the aftermarket compatibility. While the Bergara isn’t a Remington 700, it is based on the same design and takes all standard stocks, chassis, and triggers of the R700.

Remington Model 700 BDL – 7mm REM MAG

Skeet shooting and duck hunting are his all-time favorite hobbies, but he’s more than ready to talk your ear off about collecting and sport shooting as well. Bergara B-14 HMRJust the stock alone is packed with features. These include a mini-chassis, adjustable length-of-pull, adjustable cheek height, and QD sling attachment points. The barrel is also fully free-floated with 5/8×24 threads, and the HMR accepts AICS pattern detachable box magazines. The bread and butter working man’s rifle on this list.

For those looking to be extra discreet, or extra loud, the 700 SPS Tactical is available with a threaded barrel in its 16.5-inch configuration. Its 5/8×24 thread pitch allows you to thread on a variety of popular suppressors and other muzzle devices, all while keeping the overall length of the gun relatively short. When the Model 700 came out in 1962, Remington used the occasion to introduce the 7mm Remington Magnum, which became one of the most popular chamberings.

Model 700 SPS Tactical

Stock can be fitted to customer’s own dimensions. Engraving available as is a large selection of calibers. Custom Grade Model 700 Custom rifles should be priced individually with an appraisal obtained. Similar to Model 700 SPS, but for left-handed shooters. Calibers limited to .270, .30-06, (24” barrel) 7mm Rem Mag, .300 Win Mag (26” barrel). Compact model shorter lop, and 20” barrel in .243 and.

While it’s not designed for longer range performance, it’s great for shots at typical hunting ranges and retains over 1,500ft-lbs of energy out past 400 yards. Just because a gun is old doesn’t necessarily make it valuable. In reality, most older, mass-manufactured guns are actually worth much less than a brand-new model.


As such, the Model 700 enjoys one of, if not the largest, aftermarkets for bolt action rifles. Just about every single component on the gun has numerous aftermarket and custom options. Many custom rifle builds and modern rifle manufacturers use Model 700-style actions as the basis for their guns. Many calibers and configurations in short or long actions, usually with heavy barrels matte or Parkerized metal in synthetic stocks.

What’s bigger than a 7mm Mag?

I absolutely fell in love with the gun and the action, but not the price tag. This rifle is such a huge pleasure to shoot, it makes me look like I know what I’m doing. This may not be the Ferrari of PRS but neither am I so I couldn’t be happier. A quick mention on the Kwik Klip, I realize that these are hardly ever mentioned anywhere but hear me out. It is basically a design knock off of HS Precision’s 1st.