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Remington 700 vs 770

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by jason97496, Oct 8, 2010.

  1. jason97496

    jason97496 Member

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    What is the difference between Remington's 700 and 770 model rifles?
     
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    700 is a pretty nice rifle
    770 is OH GOD DO NOT WANT WHAT IS THIS I DON'T EVEN

    Pick them both up in a gun store, the difference is very obvious and immediately apparent

    If you can't afford a 700, buy a savage
     
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    g.i. joe Active Member

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    I have only had my hands on one once. Internally I cant tell you what the difference is, but Externally, Fit and Finnish is like night and day.
     
  4. magnum

    magnum American....'nuff said

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    The 700 barrel is threaded into the receiver and the 770 is press fit into the receiver. The 700 is worth every extra penny over their value line 770's.
     
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    The 770 is a fine rifle. Will shoot great for you. But, if you ever want to wrench on it, like a better barrel, stock, or different scope mount, then the 700 is what you will want. JPG
     
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    770 will have very little re-sale value.

    Spend the extra money and get the 700, otherwise get a Savage.
     
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    Friend of mine has a 770, it's accurate and has been a good gun for as long as he has had it, a few years. He also admits that every other one he has seen has been a cheap POS that gets returned. He works at a gun counter at a local store.

    Get a Savage, or a Stevens if you are on a budget, a Weatherby Vanguard or 700. I love my 700, but it is not nearly as accurate as my Stevens 200 was and at almost triple the price.
     
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    All I have heard about the 770's is bad experiences. Bi-mart right now has the savage 11 packages for $329 swap the bushnell scope when you get the money. Good deal on a good gun.