Remington® Whitetail Pro® Model 770 Rifle/Scope Combo

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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 Rifle/Scope Combo 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 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 22 or 24 inch' 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.
Remington® Whitetail Pro® Model 770 Rifle/Scope Combo 3.6 5 28 28
Great buy! Amazing rifle for the price. Make sure you oil it up. Bolt is not smooth out of the box. Scope is ok. Some folks complained but hey its a free scope that came with the rifle. For the money this is well worth it. December 3, 2014
300 win mag. i bought this rifle in 300 win mag i am very satisfied it came out to 350 bucks after checkout but man this rifle packs a punch it feels great when i hold it needed alot of oil of the box but i got the bolt sliding like butter the only reason i gave it a 4 star rating is because i notice their is more plastic on this gun than any other gun ive ever seen but all in all im happy with the gun and will be very happy to return and buy more November 29, 2014
270 win The gun looks good ,, the biggest problem is the bolt ,,, it jams up , this gun is junk period....... I have cheaper guns that work better.... I put 20 rounds threw this gun and the bolt is very poor,,, this gun had a hard time picking up ammunition ..As you can see lots of problems with Gun... Remington make's good guns ...just not this gun November 25, 2014
Better Scope The rifle itself is great. I bought it in 308 win and it shoots a tight group. The scope, Was about a foot low at 100 yards and it took 8 shots to get it zeroed. Also, I couldn't focus the scope. I plan on putting a better scope on it. A good buy for the money. October 24, 2014
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Sales tax is calculated based on your state tax. To get a direct price you would want to contact your local retail store. They would be able to tell you a complete total for everything.
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No you do not.
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Please check with your closest state/local Firearms Dealer for information regarding what is needed to purchase this Firearm.
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Yes a 270 will do the job but I recommend a bigger cartridge like a 30-06. I use a 30-06 and I have dropped elk with it.
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Black bears can vary substantially in size. In some areas, the average bear may weigh only 150 pounds. In Alaska, the black bears can easily average 400 pounds. There's even been bears shot in California that tipped the scales at over 800 pounds!

If you're hunting in Alaska, where the black bears can be the size of grizzlies, it's wise to gun up and go big on the caliber.

some of the most common calibers for hunting black bear include:

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.45-70

In general, the .270 is widely considered the minimum caliber necessary to cleanly kill a black bear. A minority of experts argue that the .25 caliber should be considered the minimum, but it's much safer to go with the .270 as the low end of the spectrum.

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depends what grain of bullet you use and distance of you and your target
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I really think that the 270 is a little light for black bear. for a good hard hitting round I will use a 308 up to the 300 Win Mag
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Better go 30-06 or 7mm.
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one that's a little bit longer than the gun... plus depends how you travel like a hard shell or soft shell case like flying hard shell or truck like me I usually use a soft shell
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just a regular rifle scope case is fine, cloth or hard, the standard size will work
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you would have to look at the specs. whats the total length? you can go from there.
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Most Rifles have bolt action on the right side only.
If this is a problem, it really shouldn't matter because you still have to pull the trigger.
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i wouldnt think so. safety first.
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NO, but what does it matter, a live bullet is in the chamber. You always have to treat your gun like its always loaded. When its loaded with a live round, you should always only have a bullet in right when your going to shoot it, and only then so you'll limit the probability of firing it unintentionally .
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No...it works with safe on or off..
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no you dont have have to the safety off.
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yes!! ive dropped 2 deer with it and I got it last chrismas
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I don't know about the other models but my 30.06 model does just fine and i could only find 150 grain loads this year. Usually i run 180 grain and i may actually switch to the lighter load.

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well ya!! as long as you dont shoot it in the butt, lol.
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For sure! The .243 is the lightest load offered for this rifle, and even with the .243 you will have no problem taking down any sized deer.
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.308 Caliber will drop a Deer right in its tracks. If you miss you will scare the Deer off, and you won't drop anything but your money on a wasted bullet.
Shot placement is everything, you have to learn the basics of Hunting.
#1 Learn how to shot your gun with Accuracy
#2 know where to shoot the animal and kill it as humanly as possible.
#3 always, always be safe.
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Yes it would and bigger
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yes this gun will drop a deer with a single shot. I dropped a deer at 200 yards with 150g.
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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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700 has better trigger, stock, bolt and barrel.
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could be the pro series has a better trigger set-up, longer barrel or just a better scope. gotta check the specs on both rifles and youll find your answer.
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This one is a more universal rifle in my opinion.
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ADL is an entry level Rifle, cheap made Rifle.
I recommend you spend a little more money and buy their SPS model, an awesome Model to own.
I love the SPS Model, beautifully made, much better quality.
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The 700's use heavier steel, allowing you to shoot more rounds before having to let it cool. The bolt will work much smoother and the bolt is made heavier, the firing mechanism itself is made heavier. Overall the 700 is just higher quality, but you will have to pay for it of course...
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The main difference is quality. The 700 has been around for years and is even military tested and approved. If you can afford the 700, defiantely buy it. The 770 is definately a value rifle. Mine shoots great. Be ready to go through some ammo to zero it because, unlike the claim, it is not zeroed out of the box. I like my 770 and plan on giving it to my son when he is able to handle a .308. The bolt on the 770 is sticky but manageable-this could be a problem if you ever need a quick follow up shot (you will get a feel for your exact gun at the range). Overall, the 770 is great for the money and will get you out hunting for a lot less money. If you arent planning on needing sub MOA groups past 300 yards, you will be fine with a 770.
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Standard because it doesn't have other reticles for 200 400 600 yards on it
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Standard Crosshairs
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It has the duplex crosshair design.
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Standard
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Standard
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absolutely not if you are considering using Russian 7.62 do realize actual bullet diameter is .311. your rifle can only stand .308 also for 7.62x51 the difference is the same as .223 or 5.56 in AR 15's to properly handle the 7.62 the chamber must be throated like most AR's to handle the difference. stick to .308 diameter bullets
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I was a sniper now retired and a reloader for over 25 years. I wound NOT use any other ammo then what your rifle is designed to use. Do Not take the chance of a round blowing up in the chamber or Gases blowing back at you. Stick with 308 ammo in your 308 rifle. All the Best.
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308 is 7.62 x 51 not the others!
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I would stick with standard .308 ammo until you consult with a professional.
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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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