FoodFolksandGuns: I have posted an update video on this rifle. Watch it here: Remington 700
SPS Tactical Project: Update
Sjukvårdsman Anders: Though rings seem a little bit too high...
1jilu: LMFAO TO THE MUSIC HAHAHA
Phu Vet: AICS is practically a drop in, it takes 25-45 min, the AI mags are found
everywhere and the Remington mags work now. With Wyatt who knows how long
they will be in business? If the mag goes bad (Metal mags do) and they are
out of business, you will be stuck. The 10 round magazine is as big as a
25 round SR25 magazine.
maruschaknsf: Where the hell is your bolt?!?!
D King: For a little over $700 new, these rifles are just amazing... AND, after
seeing this vid and that you can do this mod, I'm now likely going this
route over the Savage 10 FCP-SR (although I still have my eye on a DPMS
SR25 Clone weight be dammed) I've had my eye on as I can build it to my
tastes and not have to "live with" the Desert Digi-Camo (pretty useless in
the Pacific NW). Great vid mate, thanks for taking the time aye.
maruschaknsf: I think you should have waited to put it back on b4 you made that vid.
d0gm34t: that look like a 20 round mag.
Leo Iezzi: How much does the stock weigh? And whats the total weight of the entire
Adam Marks: I was looking through past posts and need to make a correction. The web
site to my range here if you wanted to check it out is www.slosa. org. It
is non profit and open to anyone and most anything shy of 50bmg and auto.
Adrian Noble: You need lower rings
James Bruno: What do you mean Wyatt comes with a trigger guard and TRIGGER ASSEMBLY but
not the trigger group? You lost me. Great firearm though
MrAsundstrom: Shoot it yet? Howd it do?
Ricky Waldner: Great video helped me out a lot thanks
Adam Marks: I just bought a Blackhawk tactical holster for carry and competitive and
want to know the proper carry... ready to go full clock on safety or Israel
stile, draw and rack, assess, acquire and shoot. Can you help?
aiden waller: Where did you purchase the stock !?
Adam Marks: Hey John how's it going? Tried that nosler match grade worked pretty good.
As accurate as the Remington or hornidy but more consistent group ing and
we know consistently, is king. Thanks for tip. Still pricey, I think I'm
ready to start loading my own. How much will a box of20 in reload cost
compared to store? Can you point me in the right direction for an entry
Adam Marks: How much is a box of reloads compared to store bought. What is the least
expensive set up for reloading 308 and the brand to buy?
onemoremisfit: Love the music!
BBouinfo: I don't know where you got yours but mine is just coated steel, scratch the
rim of it and you'll see its not polymer
KWall601: Lower your rings/base. They are sitting entirely too high unless you are
planning to upgrade your scope to something with a larger a larger
objective. Also some 800 and 1000 grit sandpaper for the top portion of the
mags helps with a smooth release.
SteelBustingBiker: Where's your reloading room?
Adam Marks: I tried finding the gmm company with no luck, do you have their website?
Looks like your photo posts are a while ago, what else have you done to
your Remington or did you buy a new rifle? And lastly, I noticed on another
link you have a spring field. I just sold my Beretta px4 in 40 so I could
get a 1911, didn't like the take up in the trigger compared to a tried and
true single action.
BBouinfo: Talking about the trigger guard and internal magazine plate
Adam Marks: I almost forgot, how much did that bolt job cost you? , including the knob.
Adam Marks: Hay, what's up? This is adam . I was watching your earlier post and the
stock trap door unit is metal. crapy cast aluminum....what's ladder work?
Haven't heard about it but if it involves shooting I'm all ears... and on a
last note what color is your bell and carelson, couldn't tell in the video.
1hunterdale: there junk i use a rem. 30.06 pump with a 10 round clip
Adam Marks: Cool deal bro, let me know how the latter work progresses. Reloading is my
next step.... dam this crap gets expensive. For the grain and b.c .I need,
here in California. I'm at about $36 for a box of 20.... ouch. My gun
shoots best with a 168 to 175 with a b.c. of 484 or higher. P.s. it's
funny referring to you as food folks and guns... what's your name? Gmail
with response if your cool with it. If not thats cool also.
Leon Neumayer: Hi I am redneck from Montana. Looking into but a good shooting 308 rifle
together. I came across your video. Really like the look of you rifle.
I would like to ask if you would share your rifle tech information. Stock
make and modle, magazine kit upgrade and bolt upgrade. Once I get things
done I would be willing to e-mail you some pictures. Thanks for your time,
PS enjoy that great toy your have.
Adam Marks: P.s.. what the he'll is a squib. Load? Ha ha.
Adam Marks: Thanks again john, as usual you were a major help. Happy shooting and I
will let you know how the reloading thing goes. At 10 bucks a box I'd be
stupid not to. Talk to ya later.
TheGroundedAviator: May sound REALLY silly but how long have those detachable mag's been around
for, I think I may have seen one as a kid but may just "think" I have.
Adam Marks: I also have a Remington 700sps in 308. Even though it doesn't require
inletting you do have to finess it alittle with a rubber mallot with the
factory hoague over mold stock. I can't speak for the ben and carelson
stock. Unless you're military or law enforcement the Wyatt s outdoors
conversion is high quality at an affordable price when compared to the
other options..... p.s since you've done a bolt job the right way, I'll buy
your kinetics knob if its available?
Adam Marks: Thanks, I guess I'm a day late and a dollar short so to speak. On a
different note. .. I took mine out the other day and grouped half moa @ 100
with 168 grain vortex. Man I love that rifle.
Adam Marks: P.s. this is adam. My gmail if you still have that kinetics bolt lift knob,
is... email@example.com. thanks again for your posts and
site....very objective and not pompist or sensationalized.
FoodFolksandGuns: No, sorry. But they do make them for various Weatherbys and Savages.
FoodFolksandGuns: The bolt release has not been affected at all. Sorry, I misread your first
Ken Gram: THE WAY YOU HAVE THE SCOPE MOUNTED DEFEATS THE HOLE PURPOSE OF YOUR RIFLE I
DONT NO ABOUT YOU KIDS.
FoodFolksandGuns: Yes. It's a drop-in fit for the Remington 700 short action, so I don't see
any problem with it fitting the factory Hogue stock. But you should check
out my range report to see the kind of groupings I got with good ammo and
the new stock. lol
John Willis: arrrrghhhhhhh
mgvr6: Remington needs to make these rifles come with detachable mags from the
factory. But if they do that how else are we going to get ripped off paying
for accessories etc?
FoodFolksandGuns: No problem. Go to stockysstocks(dot)com
cody harris: The gun is gorgeous! but can you have your bipod all the way down with the
10 round mag in? it looks like it would hit the table if the bipod was all
the way down and not extended, if you know what i mean
FoodFolksandGuns: I could definitely see that happening on a soft point with an exposed lead
tip. I do use a lot of polymer tipped Hornadys (A-Max).
dakota ryan: Is that bipod a Harris ?
FoodFolksandGuns: Yes. There is a long action version for .30-06 & .300 Win Mag. There's also
an XL version for .338 Lapua
snugmonster2: It's not dangerous. .308 SAAMI max pressure is 62K PSI, 7.62 NATO is 60.2K
PSI. Drunkenmick is closer. 7.62 NATO has thicker brass thus the chamber is
slightly larger. This does not pose a case rupture risk when firing .308
Win brass in a 7.62 rifles. However, 7.62 brass will to stick in many .308
bolt guns after discharge. I fired one round of Portuguese surplus 7.62
ball in my Rem 788 many years ago, lodging it so firmly it required a trip
to the gunsmith. No more 7.62 in this rifle.
sftwr314r8: Buy 2 piece pic rail mount for Rem 700 for $4.95 to make it easier to load
OR buy mag conversion kit and extra mag for ~$400.00
Tony Gat: Nice good luck
FoodFolksandGuns: Thank you
Remington 700 SPS Tactical Detachable Magazine Upgrade4.6
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