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Remington updated its bolt-action Model 700 SPS (Special Purpose Synthetic) Tactical AAC-SD rifle with a new stock and threaded muzzle, according to the company.
The 700 SPS Tactical AAC-SD Model 700 precision rifle arrives with a solid-steel receiver and 20-inch barrel threaded to accept AAC and 5/8-24 threaded flash hiders, muzzle breaks and suppressors.
The carbon steel, hammer-forged barrel's rifling provides a twist rate of 1:10. These specialty, bolt-action rifles are shipped with a thread protector installed.
Also new is a Hogue Overmolded Ghillie Green pillar-bedded synthetic stock with a semi-beavertail fore-end for added stability. The sure-grip stock provides comfort for extended, long-range shooting and assures a positive grip in both stressful situations and inclement weather, according to Remington.
The dual-point pillar bedding guarantees a solid interface between the action and stock to help insure cold-bore accuracy and prevent point-of-impact shifts. Add Remington's X-Mark Pro externally adjustable trigger, which is set at 3.5 pounds from the factory.
Other key features include a receiver drilled and tapped for the addition of optics; distinctive, laser-engraved "Tactical Rifling 1 in 10" roll mark; hinged floorplate magazine with 4-round capacity; non-reflective, black oxide external metal finish; and sling swivel studs.
Available in the widely popular .308 Win chambering, the Model 700 SPS Tactical AAC-SD with threaded muzzle carries a suggested retail price of $756.57.