Remington 700 XCR

Remington 700 XCR

MSRP: $1,570.80

Used Price: $1,256.64

New Price: $1,361.55

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Specifications
Category Rifles
Length 45.75"
Action Bolt Action
Caliber .308 Winchester
Finish Black
Barrel Length 26 " Heavy Fluted
Remington 700 XCR Reviews

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Positive: 6 Mixed: 2 Negative: 1
Robin B
Robin B
Mar 22, 2019
Robin B on Remington 700 XCR

Awesome weapon. The workmanship was what I would expect from Remington. Excellent grouping right out of the box. . After 20 rounds there were no failures of any kind. Well worth the expenditure for an experienced or casual shooter (a word of warning - it thumps a little more than you would expect).

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Robin B
Robin B
Mar 22, 2019

Awesome weapon. The workmanship was what I would expect from Remington. Excellent grouping right out of the box. . After 20 rounds there were no failures of any kind. Well worth the expenditure for an experienced or casual shooter (a word of warning - it thumps a little more than you would expect).

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James C
James C
Mar 17, 2019

Great gun, no problems getting this to shoot 1/2 MOA groups on day one. Would be 5 star but I'm having trouble getting the last round to feed correctly to chamber. Probably will work the issue out with some lube/tweaking. This is a heavy gun (but that's what I wanted) the additional weight really helps with the recoil compared to lighter 300 WMs. ...more

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Edward B
Edward B
Sep 05, 2017

I%u2019m sure I%u2019ll have to update this later. But the rifle arrived two weeks ago, service from Bud%u2019s was fantastic. The rifle arrived and was in great condition. I mounted a Leupold M-3 scope on it and began the search for some good ammunition (which I now have in droves). The rifle is a bit too heavy for a hunting rifle and too light for a tactical rifle (the receiver is marked %u201CTACTICAL%u201D) but it is very comfortable to shoulder or get in a firing position. While attaching the bi-pod I noticed that the barrel channel wasn%u2019t straight and the barrel was NOT free floating and was contacting the stock on the right and bottom of the barrel. There was some space to the left side. I tried to slide a piece of paper between the stock and barrel- no going; it wadded up and tore before going a quarter of an inch. So it is now off at the gunsmiths getting free floated (which it should have been prior to leaving the factory since Remington advertises it as such) and properly bedded (why not while its there). End result is that I have to give it three stars; it looks like it should shoot well, but its going to need some work before it will. When I do get a chance to shoot it I%u2019ll be more than happy to update the review. ...more

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Gary L
Gary L
Aug 17, 2017

A great big heavy rifle. Very accurate though. Just a bench rest gun for me. Not a hunting rifle - too heavy unless your the Samson type. I've had a lot of fun shooting it. I've had no issues with it whatsoever since I've had it.

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Jwhite
Jwhite
Aug 15, 2016

I was at the gun store the other day and held one of these. The guy called it “The police model, why you ask? Because its heavy, its designed to be shot from a fixed or prone position. Its much to heavy to hump around while hunting.” He rolled into showing me a Remington 700 sporting model. Much lighter.

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JT Turner
JT Turner
Apr 11, 2013

just picked up what appears to be a XCR Tactical Long Range in 300 Win mag. It’s got the stock, the trigger and the fluted barrel but the bolt isn’t done in the nitrate finish nor does the receiver say “tactical”. The serial # reflects a 2006 manufacture date. I wonder if Remington released some XCR Tactical long range models as prototypes before officially coming out with the model. Haven’t yet shot it. Awaiting for the scope rings. Any ideas what I have?. I can’t imagine an individual buying a 700 and then adding a new fluted barrel and Bell & Carlson stock along with the target trigger. Thanks! ...more

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Bryan S
Bryan S
Nov 18, 2011

I received my Tact XCR from Buds and took it shooting to break in the Barrel the next week. Extremely nice rifle for the money. I origionally was planning on purchasing a replacement stock for this one, but it is actually very nice. The butt stock hook works awesome! Very beautiful. I get many compliments on this rifle at the range. Im not a very experienced shooter and I was able to produce 1 MOA groups. The rifle is capable of much better than that Im sure. My shoulder sure doesnt like it however. ...more

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Bradford L
Bradford L
Dec 27, 2010

I have yet to shoot the rifle; however, I was pleased with the overall service provided by Buds. Highly recommend this shop to purchase from. Reputable and good prices overall. Thank you.

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toby g
toby g
Sep 07, 2009

This is the most accurate rifle i have ever put in my hands.The rifle in 300 win mag is shooting 1/4" groups at 100 yards.Thats 1 ragged hole ,amazing,remington has never let me down and this time they astonished me.My friend has a custom 5000 dollar rifle and mine is just as accurate and at times more accurate.

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