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#195355 - 11/03/18 06:20 AM Re: Rem 700 CP [Re: Hendog]
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#195394 - 11/04/18 09:00 PM Re: Rem 700 CP [Re: KYODE]
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Apart from the barrel length, that sounds pretty decent!
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#195407 - 11/04/18 11:41 PM Re: Rem 700 CP [Re: Chance Weldon]
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They should should have brought it out in a left port/left bolt for right-hand shooters, and the barrel length...not impressed. Probably fine for the BO, but...
For me, I like the RB/RP being a lefty!
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#195411 - 11/05/18 01:20 AM Re: Rem 700 CP [Re: Ernie]
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Mark you need to strongly encourage them to put a longer barrel (14-15 Inch)on all except the 300 BO. They also need a 6.5 and 7mm chambering.
Now to see what they have for a chassis.

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#195412 - 11/05/18 05:12 AM Re: Rem 700 CP [Re: Bob Roach]
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i dont mean to be big green basher (see below) BUT id wait a couple of years to buy one to see if the 1st issue had some small troubles like the bolt falling off, safety not working,wont feed / eject, etc. It's too bad, i just dont trust Remington anymore.


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#195731 - 11/15/18 06:35 PM Re: Rem 700 CP [Re: bluecow]
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A better chassis design would be something along the lines of the MDT LSS chassis.
more functional forend, and the back end of it could be bobbed/cut-off to have a better line as well.
https://mdttac.com/products/lss-chassis-system
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#195732 - 11/15/18 08:16 PM Re: Rem 700 CP [Re: Ernie]
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I actually prefer the one they used to the one you linked.
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#196245 - 11/28/18 10:53 PM Re: Rem 700 CP [Re: Zee]
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I like it. Perfect for a sbr build.

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