Sendero Question

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by Chawlston, Jan 5, 2007.

  1. Chawlston

    Chawlston Guest

    Hello,

    What is the difference between the Rem 700 "Sendero", "Sendero Special" and a "PSS"? Thanks in advance.

    James
     
  2. CatShooter

    CatShooter Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    What is the difference between the Rem 700 "Sendero", "Sendero Special" and a "PSS"? Thanks in advance.

    James

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    The PSS is the Remington "Police Sniper System" rifle. The stock is from H-S Precision, and has a full sized forend.

    They are no longer called PSS (for Politically Correct reasons)... they are now called the 700-P (Police). They are available in long and short action lengths.

    Go here.
    http://www.remingtonle.com/rifles/700p.htm

    The first Sendero was a long action rifle in an H-S Precision stock that was very similar to the PSS stock. It has a beavertail forend, but with "finger groves" near the barrel on both sides, and the forarm was a little thinner (for smaller hands??). It was available in standard calibers like the 25-06, plus magnums.

    I Don't know of the Sendero "Special".

    The Sendero-II SF (Stainless Fluted) in the current rifle, with the same stock, available in Magnum cartridges.

    http://www.remington.com/products/firear...SF_II_specs.asp

    They are very good rifles... I know several 1000 yd "F" class shooters that are using Sendero's out of the box with only a trigger adjustment.