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Old 08-19-2011, 04:13 PM
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Re: glass bedding a rifle

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Originally Posted by J E Custom View Post
The Remington 770 is the worst rifle Remington ever made in my opinion !

The recoil lugs are machined into the barrel and you have no control over the outcome and can't
change the barrel if it doesent shoot.

There are lots of things that go into a accurate rifle. one is a good barrel also a good stock is
required.

Bedding almost allways helps accuracy but on a 770 it's anybody's guess.

There is nothing wrong with the concept but it requires Hand fitting all of the parts and this is
just not practical on a production rifle as inexpensive as this rifle.

I would buy the rifle to help your cousin out , bed it, and if it still doesent shoot sell it.

I wouldn't put any more money in it than the cost of bedding.

J E CUSTOM

I am pretty sure I am close to agreeing with u on the quality of that rifle. When I got rid of it, I upgraded to a savage .308
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