Remington Seven Stainless Steel 6mm Rem 4 Round Bolt Action Rifle, Fixed - 85907
- Series/Collection: Seven Stainless Steel
- Action: Bolt
- Magazine Type: Hinged Floor Plate
- Stock Type: Fixed
- Trigger Type: X-Mark Pro
- Magazine Capacity: 4
- Caliber/Gauge: 6mm Remington
- Twist Rate: 1:9"
- Hand: Right
- Safety: Manual
- Barrel Material: 416 Stainless Steel
- Receiver Material: Steel
- Stock Material: Synthetic
- Barrel Finish: Satin
- Stock Finish: Matte Black
- Barrel Length: 20"
- Length of Pull: 13-3/8"
- Overall Length: 39-1/4"
- Weight: 6.5 lb
- Drop at Comb: 1-1/4"
- Drop at Heel: 1-1/12"
- Barrel Type: Light Contour
The first time you carry it in the field, you'll understand why it's considered one of the finest dense-cover rifles in America. Lightning-fast in close quarters and superbly accurate for the long shot, the compact, short-action Model Seven has been a knock-down, drag-out leader in the woods since it was introduced in 1983. Its receiver and action design are based on the Model 700 and deliver the highest level of out-of-the-box accuracy, strength and reliability in a platform that's 2-3/8 inches shorter overall and weighs just 6-1/2 lb (standard calibers).
- Light, compact rifle perfect for quick handling and smaller statured shooters
- Stainless steel barreled action
- Receiver is 1/2 inches shorter than a model 700 short action
- Features the same legendary strength as the model 700 action - "3-rings-of-steel" with the bolt face, barrel and receiver encasing the cartridge head
- 20 inches light contour barrel in black synthetic stock with hinged floorplate
- X-Mark Pro externally adjustable trigger
Q & A
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