Rebate Remington® Model 700™ SPS™ Varmint Rifle

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.22-250 Remington

Blued

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
26"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
8.5 lbs.

.223 Remington/ 5.56 NATO

Blued

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
26"

Round Capacity:
5 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
8.5 lbs.

.308 Winchester

Blued

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
26"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
8.5 lbs.
Built on proven 700 bolt action, the Remington Model 700 SPS Varmint Rifle punches tiny groups straight out of the box. Perfectly matched to high-velocity calibers, the rifle's tough, non-reflective matte blued finish keeps the receiver and heavy-contoured barrel hidden from sharp predator eyes. The ergonomically designed black synthetic stock has a vented beavertail fore-end for enhanced grip, reduced weight and better heat dissipation. The Model 700 SPS Varmint also features a 4 + 1 hinged floorplate magazine, sling swivel studs, and a drilled and tapped receiver.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent rifle, great value. Purchased this rifle at Orlando, Florida store. Had already done research and got sale price plus rebate from Remington Arms. Got great customer service from gun pros there, and good suggestions about scope mounts and Nikon 4X12 Scope that was also on sale and got points in rewards card that made discount even better. Rifle shoots 1/2 to 1 inch groups at 100 yards with PMC .223 Rem55 grn fmjbt factory ammo all day long. Can't wait to try handloads in this rifle. However, got this straight from Remington Arms, DO NOT SHOOT 5.56 NATO ROUNDS in this rifle or you will void warranty! March 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by As good as it gets, off the shelf I have both this rife, and an earlier model of the same rifle. I have shoot 10 shot, one hole groups, at 100 yards with both using hand loaded 168 grain Sierra HPBT Matchkings. The best group mic'd .310. Unless you want to build a custom gun, based on the 700 action, you wont find a more accurate gun. October 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Rifle I purchased this rifle in the store and after research put a Leupold VX-3L 3.5-10x50 scope on it. After more than 25 years of shooting nothing but handguns I was shooting 1" MOA groups the first time on the range. This is a nail driver to be sure. I am very happy with Remington's quality--this is my second 700 in my lifetime--and love the bull barrel. All I need now is a hunting buddy and a good place to go seduce some coyotes and bobcats. Will likely try it out on some hogs with the right ammo. September 28, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by shoots great Shoots .625" groups with the Hornady Whitetail 150 grn. Very little recoil. I love the stock on this gun. The only problem is the trigger. The x-mark is bad. If you want to buy this gun go ahead and get a timmeny trigger for it. I did and now it's nice. July 8, 2013
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Will the scope and mount on the Remington Model 770 .308 fit the Model 700 ?
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Hi, the information that I was able to locate online search is a model 700 and 770 do not use the same scope mounts. Therefore, you would need to order new set. Thanks
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and also, what would you recomend between a Remington model or a Savage model for long range shooting/
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The 26" barrel on the 700 in 22-250 is 14:1. Yes, I would recommend this gun and that caliber for long range shooting. I really like the ballistics of the 22-250 at long ranges.
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Theres no twist. This is a solid rifle for the serious shooter. I have a 300 savage and it is a fine for close range but the remington is better for long.
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Yes. A variety of Leupold scopes will work with this rifle. I put a VX-3L 3.5-10x50 on mine. Love the scope and gun.
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Yes, this all depends on the scope mounts that you need to buy based on 1) the scope and 2) the gun. Just make sure you buy the right scope mounts needed!
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No; this model is not available with open sights.
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The Remington model 84216 has no sights. Thanks!
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Contact Remington Custom Shop.
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i would like to put a scope on it but i want something that is versitlie for open shooting and good for brushy conditions too. thanks
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I researched calibers for varmint/predators and really liked the 22-250 for it's flat trajectory, muzzle velocity and energy.
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22-250 is a very good varmint gun,not much kick neither, there is others like a .243 or a .270 but u dont really want anything bigger than a .243 so yes ur best bet is a 22-250
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Depending upon caliber and use of rifle, use any Nikon scope, you will be happy.
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It depends on what you are wanting to use the rifle for. I have a nikon monarch 6-24 bdc on mine and it is an excellent combonation
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