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remington model 7's

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Unread 03-30-2014, 04:21 PM
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remington model 7's

Are these the same action as the 700's?
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    Unread 03-31-2014, 04:23 PM
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    Re: remington model 7's

    Originally Posted by chad View Post
    Are these the same action as the 700's?
    I had 7MM-08 in a model 7 and a friend of mine had a douglas barrel in a 280 A.I off a 700.The local gunsmith told me it would not work.He just happen to have a 700 action he was trying to move,but I took his word for it.Ileft it the why it was and gave the model 7 to my grandson.I hope the helped?
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    Unread 04-02-2014, 02:36 PM
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    Re: remington model 7's

    The model 7 is just a bit shorter than the 700 Short action. Its magazine measures 2.8" max. The safety set up is slightly different, the trigger can be used w/ either but you will have to use safety from Model 7 set up. You can't use a model 7 in a 700 short action stock without changes to stock, not worth the time in my opinion.
    They are good actions though, I did have a barrel from my 700 short action installed on a model 7, it was a 358 Win Shilen w/ muzzle brake and became a 350 Rem Mag, the barrel is still 22".
    Pa Griz, probably because the cartridge was made for a LA is why your gunsmith said it wouldn't work.
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