1. Sign up now and join over 35,000 northwest gun owners. It's quick, easy, and 100% free!
  2. We're giving away over $1,000 in prizes this month in the Northwest Firearms Winter Giveaway!
    Dismiss Notice

Remington 700 SPS Tactical

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by Jeff Whitman, Nov 2, 2011.

  1. Jeff Whitman

    Jeff Whitman Spokane, Washington, United States New Member

    Likes Received:
    This rifle is virtually brand new. I have less than a box through it. It is in .308 caliber and has a bipod, a Sightmark 4-16x44 Scope with side paralax and sunshade. It also has an Eagle stock pack and cheek rest and a Butler Creek Sling. I am asking $800.00 obo I am in it a little more than that, but I think that is fair. This rifle is dialed in tight I am shooting dime size groups at 108 yards.
    $800.00 obo


    The Model 700 SPS puts legendary Model 700 accuracy and reliability within reach of most avid enthusiasts. It's a no-frills, tack-driving game-dropping machine built with everything you love about the Model 700, including a hammer-forged barrel, externally adjustable X-Mark Pro® trigger, SuperCell™ recoil pad and, of course, hair-splitting precision, straight out of the box. It features an ultra-rugged, ergonomically designed synthetic stock for superior weather resistance and handling.

    The Model 700 SPS Tactical is a highly maneuverable member of the family, built for tack driving accuracy with a 20" heavy-contour tactical-style barrel and dual-point pillar bedding in its black synthetic stock. Hogue® overmoldings on the stock facilitate sure handling, and it has a semi-beavertail fore-end for added stability off a rest. Chambering includes 223 Remington and 308 Win. You can call or email with questions. I am in Spokane. cell:509-428-9196 email: jeffw4381@comcast.net

    Key Features:
    20" heavy barrel
    X-Mark Pro Adjustable Trigger system
    Hogue overmolded stock
    Pillar bedded stock for accuracy
    Durable satin black oxide metal finish
    Hinged floorplate magazine


    Last edited: Nov 6, 2011