Remington Model 700: “The World’s Most Wanted Rifle”

by Wayne Goble June 03, 2021 6 min read

In 1962 Remington announced the new model 700 ADL (Average Deluxe) and BDL (Better Deluxe) and within a year or so even Remington management was stunned by the rifle’s success.

Remington would follow this success with the 700 Classic, a straight stock with no monte carlo or cheek piece and satin finish. In 1981 Remington offered the 700 Classic in a limited production in caliber 7mm Mauser and every year there after the Classic was only offered in one special caliber.

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Shaking the Nostalgia

by Wayne Goble September 07, 2018 3 min read

Sometimes nostalgia can be used as an excuse for being lazy and not wanting to investigate new products or ideas and admittedly my age group tend to be some of the worst offenders. But old is not necessarily better and to prove my point, here are a few examples of times when, in a sport steeped in history and nostalgia, looking forward is better than looking back.
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My FAQ Pt. 2

by Wayne Goble July 27, 2012 2 min read

A continuation of the most frequently asked questions across the counter
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My FAQ Pt. 1

by Wayne Goble July 20, 2012 2 min read

I thought I would take a minute and answer some of the most frequently asked questions in our store. I'll break it into two parts with the second coming later this week.
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Big Bores Are Back

by Wayne Goble June 09, 2012 2 min read

The last five years or so have seen many offerings in the 224 and sub 224 bores, such as .204, 17 Fireball, 17 HMR, etc.; so, it seems quite paradoxical the way companies are chambering in the old big bore cartridge 45/70.

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