Remington 783 Heavy Barrel .450 Bolt Action Rifle, FDE - 85772
- Series/Collection: 783 Heavy Barrel
- Action: Bolt
- Magazine Type: Detachable Box
- Stock Type: Fixed
- Trigger Type: Crossfire
- Muzzle Type: Threaded
- Magazine Capacity: 3
- Caliber/Gauge: 450 Bushmaster
- Twist Rate: 1:24"
- Orientation: Right
- Safety: Manual
- Barrel Material: Carbon Steel
- Receiver Material: Steel
- Stock Material: Synthetic
- Barrel Finish: Matte Blue
- Stock Finish: Flat Dark Earth
- Barrel Length: 16-1/2"
- Length of Pull: 13-3/8"
- Overall Length: 38"
- Weight: 8 lb
- Drop at Comb: 1"
- Drop at Heel: 1-5/8"
Custom-grade accuracy is now within reach of virtually every hunter. Building upon expertise that's dominated bolt-action technology for more than 50 years, our engineering team started from scratch and combined their most advanced, accuracy-enhancing features to create an all-new platform. The model 783 heavy barrel features a picatinny rail, supercell recoil pad, and a flat dark earth synthetic stock that contains a high nylon fiber content, which promotes superior strength and rigidity. Also helping deliver those inherently tight groups is a precision button-rifled barrel. For shot control, it's equipped with the crisp new crossfire trigger system that's user adjustable to suit your preferences. The model 783 features a steel detachable magazine with a steel latch. Like with all remington bolt actions, expect a lifetime of rock-solid reliability. From the next generation in a legendary bloodline. The model 783 in 450 bushmaster sports a heavier 16-1/2 inches barrel and a muzzle break to manage some of the recoil that the 450 bushmaster dishes out.
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