Remington® 243 Whitetail Pro® Model 770 Rifle/Scope Youth Combo

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.243 Winchester

Blued

Realtree AP HD

Barrel Length:
20"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
8.5 lbs.
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The Remington Whitetail Pro Model 770 Rifle/Scope Youth Combo is the perfect instant gratification choice for any smaller framed hunter itching to load his new gun and start shooting. Fast forward through the sometimes exhausting process of selecting, mounting, and sighting a scope and components, Whitetail Pro rifles comes with a pre-mounted and boresighted 3-9x40mm riflescope. Built to Remington's rigorous standards for accuracy and reliability, the Whitetail Pro continues the legacy of Remington's popular 700 and 710 models with modern advancements for even more accuracy and reliability. The ergonomically contoured Realtree AP HD synthetic stock features a raised cheekpiece for rapid scope to eye alignment and grip texture in all the right places. With its 20'' six-groove button-rifled barrel, solid steel receiver, and crisp, single-stage trigger, this rifle is ready to punch tight groups in any target. The Whitetail Pro delivers superior action strength by combining a ''three rings of steel'' design with three locking lugs that secure the ultra-smooth bolt directly into the barrel. The short, 60º bolt throw with an easier-to-cam design delivers faster follow-up shots. Finally, the detachable, dual-stack steel box magazine features a more durable latch for longer life.
Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good gun for the price I bought this gun in the 308 cal. as a back up to my 30-06 and after a little cleaning it works great. The bolt is a little loose and sticks when new, but after adding some Remington oil to it and several shots it works great. No jams, no sticking bolt and none of the problems people keep whining about. It is not a top of the line gun, but excellent for the price. March 4, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by POOR BAD TERRIBLE - Stay Away Bought this gun for my girlfriends first rifle...thank goodness we did not shoot it and were able to get rid of it quick. Rifle felt decent in the store, but once ammunition was loaded in to the magazine...all it did was jam...jam and jam some more. If the bolt did feed a round into the chamber it would get stuck when ejecting the round in the chamber on the next round ready to feed into the barrel so the bolt would not eject the shell. After fully loading the magazine 50 times and cycling all rounds through the gun, it would jam every 3rd round. I am not sure why Remington put their name on this product, I have many of their products and have never had trouble like this. Bottom line you want a rifle that will perform when you need it to and not jam when it comes time to take a shot on a trophy and this rifle jams all too often. Spend a few dollars more for a better rifle. February 25, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great child gun My father in law bought this gun for my 10 year old nephew last year. After a couple of test shots and a fine tune he was ready for a deer. Since the adjustments there have been 4 bullets shot thru this gun, 3 by him and 1 from my 14 year old daughter. 4 shots and 4 dead deer, all from better than 100 yards and one 8 point from 193 yards. You can't beat this gun for the money and that's why he just bought one for my daughter. November 25, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Regret This Purchase Do not buy this rifle. The model we got, The .243 kicks like a mule, and is not a good starter for a child. The bolt came completely out with the locking mechanism engaged, the ammo will not go into the chamber properly, and when you cycle the bolt to eject the fired cartridge, the bolt hangs up on the next round. I have to remove the magazine to pull the bolt back and eject the cartridge. I"m glad the other reviewers got a good rifle, but unfortunately we got stuck with a piece of junk! BUYER BEWARE! January 5, 2013
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What size is the scope.
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3 x 9 x 40mm
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The remington 700 ADL Combo in .243 with a 24" inch barrel is listed at 7.25 lbs and the Savage youth .243 Axis Combo with a 22" barrel is listed at 6.8 lbs so It seems odd this smaller similar gun is listed at 8.25
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With sling, 6-18 Nikon scope and small folding bipod, the Savage 12FV weighs almost 12 pounds. It's a heavy rifle with a 26 inch long barrel.
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A shorter, lighter version of the full size gun with a 20 inch barrel.
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A combo rifle is a rifle with a scope.
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youth (smaller gun) combo gun + scope
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The .243 round is a great starter round for young hunters. I would highly recommend a different model, this model is known for having issues.
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Yes agood starter rifle
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My son started shooting this rifle at 8 years old and he's 12 now. Loves it.
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I assume this would be for deer hunting? I will say this I live in MO and have killed more deer with a .243 I bought for my wife then probably any other gun I have owned. That being said I want you to know that bullet placement is the key. I have hunted long enough I pick my shots carefully and try to get neck shots. The .243 bullet is typically 80 to 100 grain and considered a light bullet so it may not do as well by shooting in the heart area. I started with a Marlin 30.30 lever gun and these are great out to about 150 yards and shooting in the heart area.
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The velocity of the bullet will depend almost entirely on the cartridge that you choose, its powder load, and the bullet weight and shape. When you purchase cartridges look on the side of the box for typical velocity and impact force (ft. lbs.) at different ranges for that particular cartridge.
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2900-3200 fps
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This will be my daughters first rifle and want to make sure this will work and not be too much for her to handle.
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ordinarily id say yes this would be a good rifle for her but it may be a lil to big i would recomend the marlin 795. its light weight,and very durable,and very inexpensive at only about 150 and the stock would be just right for her
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for a 12 year old i would look more at a .243 or a .30-.30
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Yes. My son has taken 4 deer with it. Each with one shot.
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Its a great caliber for whitetail. The scope got off on my rifle so I grabed my kids .243 and shot a deer that morning. I was hooked on it then. Since then I've taken probably 40 or more deer with it.
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Yes dropped a doe for 100 yds.
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Absolutely. The 243 is a fantastic whitetail caliber and is widely used when a flat-shooting, long range medium-sized game rifle is called for. The 770 has adequate accuracy to make those shots within 300 yards, properly sighted in.
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The truth is, for an average-sized person neither has significant recoil "kick". The 243 and 30-30 are the sort of chamberings you can shoot for hours without getting sore, provided you are of at least average size. The 243 is well-known as a "youth" gun in that it produces negligible recoil with most loads.
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No the 597 only comes in 17hmr, 22lr, and 22wmr
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Is it a single shot?

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The Remington 770 is a 4+1 rifle. This means that is can carry 4 rounds in the magazine and 1 in the chamber, for a total of 5 shots cycled through a bolt action.
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the Whitetail Pro should be between 4-1 in the chamber, and 6-1 in the chamber depending on calibers. most of your bolt action rifles are going to be this way.
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