Remington - Model 710
We didn't set out to raise the standards for value-priced rifles, we set out to blow them away. And this is the result: The all-new Remington Model 710. The most affordable, high-performance centerfire rifle ever built. Through the years, Remington has garnered a reputation as the undisputed leader in bolt-action rifle design. Today, the Model 710 carries on that tradition as the latest landmark in Remington centerfire innovation.
Introducing the Remington Model 710. The breakthrough design of the Model 710 begins with good genetics. Make that the best genetics. After all, it was born in design from none other than the legendary Remington Model 700 unquestionably the most popular, most accurate factory-built centerfire in hunting arms history. As such, the new Model 710 shares many of the same hallmark features as the famous Model 700: The same unequaled out-of-the-box accuracy. The same time-honored reliability. The same crisp, single-stage trigger design. The same ultra-fast lock time. And the same famous "three-rings-of-steel" for superior action strength.
But while much of the Model 710's base design is owed to its heritage, its real story starts with advancements made possible through today's most modern technology. Built in America's newest firearms plant through state-of-the-art manufacturing systems the Model 710 not only breaks new ground for value-priced rifles, but for firearms engineering and production as a whole. Principal among its many remarkable features is a first-ever bolt-to-barrel lock-up design. The rear of the Model 710 barrel is machined specifically to mate with three unique locking lugs on the bolt face. When the bolt is fully engaged in the forward position, it locks directly and securely inside the barrel rather than the receiver for unprecedented strength. Additionally, the fiberglass-reinforced nylon receiver insert is blended with Teflon and silicon before molding for continual self-lubrication and ultimately smooth operation.
A shorter, 60-degree bolt throw (versus 90-degrees on most competitive rifles) makes for more convenient loading and unloading, as well as faster follow-up shots. Rounding out the impressive list of features is a detachable, dual-stack steel magazine box. A key-operated Integrated Security System. And a button-rifled barrel that's hydraulically pressed to the receiver. The stock is also quite a feat of design constructed of weather-defying gray synthetic with a uniquely textured finish and raised cheekpiece.
Feature for feature, there isn't a more advanced rifle in its range.
New Model 710 bolt design employs three unique locking lugs that lock the bolt up inside the barrel rather than the receiver delivering unprecedented strength, particularly among other rifles in its class.
Proven Remington cylindrical receiver design features a unique new fiberglass-reinforced, self-lubricating nylon receiver insert, impregnated with both silicon and Teflon for ultimately smooth, reliable bolt operation. Shorter 60-degree bolt throw (vs. 90-degree throw on competing rifles) delivers faster follow-up shots.
22" ordnance-grade steel barrel is button-rifled (the same process used on custom rifle barrels) with 6-groove, right-hand, 1-in-10 twist rifling. Additionally, the barrel is hydraulically pressed to the receiver for permanent attachment and bedded in the stock.
Removable, dual-stack steel magazine box (as opposed to blind design on competitive models) with center feed and four-round capacity.
Unique, dark-gray specially textured synthetic composite stock with raised cheekpiece (unavailable on competitive rifles), black recoil pad and sling swivel studs.
42 1/2" overall length; 7 1/8 lbs. (up to 3/8-lb. lighter than other rifles in its class).
Exclusive, key-operated Remington Integrated Security System.
Pre-mounted, bore-sighted 3-9x40 scope with high-grade rings and mounts.
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