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Handguns Gun Directory - Remington 700 Varmint

 
GUN: REMINGTON 700 VARMINT

Caliber: .220 Swift, .22-250, .223, .243, 6mm Rem., .308

Capacity: 4-5

Barrel: 26 inches, heavy contour

Weight: 7 7/8 to 9 3/8 lbs.

Sights: None; drilled and tapped for scope

Finish: Satin blue or stainless

Stock: Brown laminated (VLS) or Kevlar-reinforced fiberglass composite.

Price: $725 to $976

Notes: Model 700 VS Composite has a graphite composite barrel, Kevlar-reinforced stock; 700 VLS has laminated stock; 700 VS SF is stainless steel with Kevlar-reinforced stock.

Manufacturer: Remington

 
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