Remington 783™ Rifle
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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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Whatever rings you choose, they'll need to be high, not medium. I used Weaver 1 inch, high rings.
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.
And 4x12 for longer ranges
Before hunting, I sighted in twice. I shot under a 3/4 inch group at 100 yards every time.