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Remington Whitetail Pro 770 Bolt-Action Rifle with Scope

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.243 Winchester

Blued

Realtree AP HD

Barrel Length:
22"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
8.5 lbs.

.270 Winchester

Blued

Realtree AP HD

Barrel Length:
22"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
8.5 lbs.

.30-06 Springfield

Blued

Realtree AP HD

Barrel Length:
22"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
8.5 lbs.

.300 Winchester Magnum

Blued

Realtree AP HD

Barrel Length:
24"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
8.5 lbs.

.308 Winchester

Blued

Realtree AP HD

Barrel Length:
22"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
8.5 lbs.

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The Remington® Whitetail Pro® Model 770 Bolt-Action Rifle with Scope is the perfect instant gratification choice for any 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 with a very affordable, reliable deer rifle. The ergonomically contoured Realtree AP HD® synthetic stock features a raised cheekpiece for rapid scope to eye alignment and textured fore-end and pistol grip provide a secure all-weather grip. The Remington 770 has an action designed with 3 locking lugs that engage into the barrel. An easy-to-cam, 60º-bolt lift keeps fingers and gloves away from the scope, and delivers fast follow-up shots. The Remington Whitetail Pro 770 Bolt-Action Rifle has a detachable steel magazine and a steel magazine latch that facilitates loading and unloading. Made in USA.

Remington® 308 Whitetail Pro® Model 770 Rifle/Scope Combo 3.7 5 3 3
Oops! Bolt is very stiff and is tough to open and close even after 40 rounds. At the range for the first firing to confirm/adjust the scope. First two rounds were 2" right and 2" low. Not bad! However, after that could not get a round on paper 4'x4' target. We saw the round impact well left of target, so aimed at bottom right corner and still no hit. Finally got on paper aiming 6 foot right and 2 foot low. We did end up getting a decent grouping, but what an ordeal! And for those saying the scope must be loose, it was not. We made sure all was tight before first round fired. All that said I still think it will make a great addition to my hunting asenal. July 30, 2012
Great Budget Rifle I bought this rifle this morning and took it to the range this afternoon. The bolt was a little stiff and it had some feeding issues at first. Both worked out after first ten rounds. After sighting in the rifle shot a MOA group with American Eagle 150 Grain FMJ. July 20, 2012
Good gun This is a good gun, accurate, powerful and it has good grip. December 21, 2011
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What are the differences and as a 5'6 150 lb 18 year old, should I go with the ADL?
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I would only shoot .308 not the 7.62. some are shorter than others
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no those round will not shoot they will blow up in the barrel a 243 round will fit but is not safe to shoot out of your gun
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does it have akick?

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yes it has a kick
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Yes, but how much is relative to the shooter.
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Sure it has a moderate kick. For a lighter kick the .243 Winchester is the same brass as the .308 but with a lighter bullet weight so it will have lighter recoil. The .243 is wonderful deer rifle with very little kick!
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would you prefer the 308 or 30-06
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They are both the same size caliber. (.30) 308 is a typical police/military and hunting round and 30-06 has been used for hunting forever. I would pick a .308
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They each have their strengths and weakness. While the .308 is a good round for most hunting I prefer a 30-06 for larger game, i.e. moose, bear, etc.
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.308

the bolt throw is shorter on the .308.
both 30-06 and .308 are both very popular and lots of ammo available in chain stores, the 30.06 probably has even more ammo since it is America's favorite caliber.

The slick short bolt throw in a .308 is really nice, try both in the store and and you'll see!
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I will depend on the gain of the round you will be fireing.150 will be faster, but 168 will have a little more punch.
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Im 15 years old and thinking about buying it.
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depends on the state you live in. Most are 18
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In most states, you must be at least 18 years old to purchase a rifle. However, please research your State laws for the exact age restrictions.
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no removeable clip, it will hold 4 + 1 (four plus one) meaning four in the mag well and one in the chamber.
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Yes it does have a clip, i own the 308 and 270 models both are 4+1
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Yes it has a clip, it will probably hold 4 rounds plus 1 in the chamber
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No clip tupe feed holds about 16 rounds.
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Are there any major concerns/flaws of this rifle considering the great price value?
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I have never had any problems with any remington rifle. Its not the high quality as the model 700 but its still a good rifle.
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This rifle is a Remington enough said
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