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Remington 783™ Rifle

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.270 Winchester

Blued

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
22"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
7.2 lbs.

.30-06 Springfield

Blued

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
22"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
7.2 lbs.

The Remington® 783™ is a highly functional, accurate, and reliable Bolt-Action Rifle, available to shooters at a very affordable price. The ergonomic, black synthetic stock contains a high nylon fiber content for strength and rigidity. Both the trigger guard, and front and rear sling swivel studs are molded into the stock. The barreled receiver attaches to the stock with a dual-pillar bedding platform that free-floats the barrel for optimum accuracy. A recoil pad comes standard on the 783. The bolt has dual, opposing locking lugs, with a 90-degree lift, and a sliding plate-style extractor. The 783 Bolt-Action Rifle comes with Remington's CrossFire™ trigger system, featuring a center lever that locks the trigger until it is fully depressed. The trigger comes factory set at 3-1/2 lbs., and is user adjustable. The rifle loads and unloads quickly with a steel detachable magazine that fits flush with the stock. The Remington Model 783 accepts 2 Model 700™ front bases (not included) for scope mounting.

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Great purchase This rifle is great,bought it in 30-06.was thinking of buying the 770 but this one has way better quality and does not have the bolt sticking problem every one complaines about in the 770.overall great gun and i recomend it to anyone whos looking for a good deer or wild hog rifle and dosent have enough money to get the 700. September 19, 2013
Remington Did It Again I just picked this rifle up a few nights ago, and today finally got the time to head to the range and sight it in. I chose this rifle in .308 and I'm glad I did. It's accurate, shooting 1.5-inch groups at 100 yards and it's easy to handle. In total it only took me ten shots to get it fully sighted in. I'm going to use this for my Colorado elk hunt in a week and I'm confident it will perform well in possible temperatures of zero degrees. For the price of $400 (give or take) you can't beat this rifle. And, it's made by Remington...what more do I need to say? November 8, 2014
Best rifle under 400 dollars out there! I purchased this rifle in .308 and am very happy I did. First time on the range at 100 yards shot a sub MOA of .75. Amazing to see a rifle shoot round after round in the same hole when it cost under $400.00. Very tight rifle, light and has very little recoil. I also bought a 770 in .308 for my son and have not noticed the issues with the bolt sticking. Sometimes it's a matter of pulling too hard and pushing the bolt into the rifle. I found that just flipping the bolt up and pulling it back with two fingers worked very well. It also shot sub MOA the first time out of the box. It is not as smooth as the 783, but not many rifles other than the 700's and Winchester 70's are. I am looking forward to my first deer with it. Will send some pictures later. January 20, 2014
Great beginner gun All around great gun. Smooth trigger and bolt. Recommend getting the Remington 783 scope mounts. I did a lot of research on different rifles but this rifle is the biggest bang for your buck for new hunter. And I love my 30-06 tremendous power. Good accuracy plus your got the name behind it. November 10, 2014
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Remington 2-Piece Scope Mounts with integral 30" or 1" Rings Remington 783 Medium or High, see http://www.remington.com/products/accessories/gun-parts/scope-mounts-and-rails/integral-high-scope%20mount.aspx. Remington #: 19729

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You'll need 2 of the Remington 700 FRONT scope mounts.

Whatever rings you choose, they'll need to be high, not medium. I used Weaver 1 inch, high rings.
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Remington 783 scope mounts from remington don't waste money or time on any other mounts
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Remington 19729 Rfle 783 Scope Mount High
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have it bore sighted with scope mounted and go from their may haft to change to diffrent mounts that allows for more ajustment
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Your scope depends on what you're shooting, when you're shooting it and at what distance.

For whitetail deer in Missouri, I use a Bushnell Banner Dusk and Dawn scope. It's 3x9 magnification works well for both still and stand hunting. Like the 783, it's inexpensive but is up to the task with reliable accuracy.
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Depends 3x9 scope for short range
And 4x12 for longer ranges
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We offer many options of Rifle Scopes, found here: http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Navigation?storeId=10151&catalogId=10051&langId=-1&searchTerm=rifle+scope, which will work for your Remington Rifle. It appears Nikon is the recommend brand by other customers. However, you might look online and narrow your search by price, brand, and category. Thank you!
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I'm using Nikon Monarch 3 4-16x50mm with Remington 19729 scope rings. Works great!
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Nikon Prostaff 3-9x40mm, with the Nikoplex reticle, not the BDC.
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Nikkon Pro staff would be a good choice
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how good are these rifles

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i want it for white tailed deer hunting 30-200 yards
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I just used my 783 (chambered in 30.06) last week. I shot a deer that was walking from about 65 yards away. The 783, with a Bushnell Banner Dusk and Dawn scope, placed the bullet in the heart of the animal.

Before hunting, I sighted in twice. I shot under a 3/4 inch group at 100 yards every time.
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use 150gr. Hornady Whitetail ammo is great
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This gun can handle that easy i just got back from a pig hunt and my first shoot was a take down.
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prob wouldnt use a 22. for deer, but if a 22. is what you really want, then this is the gun. Accurate with iron sights, and has the capabilities for scopes.30-100 yds easy. happy shooting
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