Remington 700 Muzzleloader
Used Price: $584.73 +19.17%
New Price: $875.00 +6.55%
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Action: Bolt - Caliber: 50 Black Powder - Stock: Bell and Carlson Medalist M40 - Finish: Stainless Steel - Barrel Length: 26 - Twist: 1:26 - Overall Length: 46 - Weight: 8.5 lb. Double your lethal range with the Remington Model 700 Ultimate Muzzleloader. Remington has redefined the muzzleloader doubling the shooters effective range and rivaling most centerfires for game-dropping performance. This muzzleloader handles 200 grain magnum charges for 300 yard performance. It starts with Remington's A.M.P(Accelerated Muzzleloader Performance) Ignition System. The legendary Model 700 receiver is machined from solid-steel bar stock and comes with a X-Mark pro trigger system. A Bell and Carlson stock with composite raised comb and beavertail round out the firearm. This Black Powder firearm requires a 4473 therefore MUST ship to an FFL Dealer.
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I haven't fired the gun yet, still gathering all the accessories you need for a muzzle loader (cleaning kit, powder, etc). But the gun is very impressive. Only draw back so far is that scope mounts for it are kind of spendy, and the screw holes go threw the barrel . What makes this bad is I wanted to use loctite but if I did it could find it's way in the action. The stock I thought was going to be an actual laminated wood, is not. Just plastic or something like that. The price was the deal sealer for me, you will not find this gun cheaper any where else. It comes with a black plastic case, 24 sabots and 24 primer casings. I don't think that was listed on the description so it was a huge surprise for me! I thought I was getting a rifle in a box. I do think this gun will out last other muzzys on the market. ...more
I took it to the range for the first time and put 24 hots down range. I am happy with the 100 yard groups I shot, under 2" with the Remington supplied bullets and 200 grains of Triple 7. Before firing it I swabbed the barrel with T/C pre-saturated cleaning patches and was shocked at how many it took to clean the barrel out( at least a dozen). They must shoot it at the factory a lot, or I got a test rifle. I also swabbed between each shot. I will say this - the bore is tight. I mean really, really, tight. With just the cleaning patches on the supplied jag it was very hard to push the patches down the barrel and very hard to pull the ramrod back up. As a matter of fact, in order to get more leverage I screwed a longer jag on the opposite end and while trying to pull it back up the bronze jag broke leaving the male threaded end in my ramrod. Loading the supplied Premier AccuTip bullets is difficult too - make sure you have a short starter on hand. I got on Remington's website and ordered a 27" Brass Ramrod w/removable T-hande for my next range trip. Also I noticed my rifle only has 2 sling swivels, not 3 as shown in Bud's pictures. Overall, I'm pleased. Love the 700 platform, love the ignition system and the Bell and Carlson stock. I prefer the handling and ergonomics of the Ultimate muzzleloader over my Thompson/Center Pro Hunter. ...more