New From Alamo Precision Rifles: The APR Action

There is a good chance you have never heard of Alamo Precision Rifles, and an even better chance that you should have. Alamo Precision Rifles (APR) is located 275 miles north of the Alamo near Dallas, Texas. I recently made the trip from Austin to APR to check out their facility. Big things are happening […]

Calibers for Beginners: .308 Winchester Rifle Ammunition

Following hot of the heels of .223 Remington (see my earlier post here) in terms of general popularity is .308 Winchester. The .308 has enjoyed a reputation of excellence for decades and deservedly so. Most shooters that grew up before and even during the AR revolution that wanted a do-all cartridge went with the .308 because […]

My Lost (and Found) Remington 700 .260

I’ve been hunting whitetail dear since I was a tyke. Over the years I’ve tried different rifles and calibers, but I always come back to the Remington Model 700 .260 that my father gave me as my first rifle. It’s seen a lot of use, doesn’t have a high-priced optic and no longer looks like […]

10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Remington 700

Thirty different calibers over twenty variations among five million Remington 700 rifles sold since 1962. If you don’t own a 700, you know someone who does. It’s one of the most dependable, reliable actions ever built, not to mention the basis for more customized rifles than any other bolt gun. But how much do you […]

Inside the TriggerTech Frictionless Trigger

TriggerTech is a Canadian company that started out making triggers for crossbows and Remington 700s. They’ve more recently branched into the AR-15 market (and a 1911 trigger is currently in the works). Their patented “Frictionless Release Technology” (FRT™) makes their products unique in the trigger world. Although we included TriggerTech’s drop-in AR trigger in our […]

Remington Still Fighting CNBC Model 700 Hatchet Job

Spinmeisters facing a publicity crisis are advised to live by the “Golden 24.” What you say to the public in the first 24 hours of a crisis is all that counts. Everything afterwards is just mopping-up. In the first 24 after CNBC aired its expose on self-firing Remington 700s, the gunmaker failed to get out […]

Portland Police Add Fuel to Remington 700’s Pyre

“The Portland [Maine] Police Department’s special reaction team has stopped using its Remington 700 sniper rifles,”pressherald.com reports. “Because one of them started firing unpredictably and a network news report said similar problems elsewhere have caused injuries and prompted lawsuits.” Although you’d kinda expect this—what with the Portal Po-Po’s jolt-fired 700 starring in CNBC’s supposed expose […]

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