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Remington model 700 or Ruger m77 hawkeye

This is a discussion on Remington model 700 or Ruger m77 hawkeye within the HandGuns, Pistols and Revolvers, Long Rifles, Shotguns, SKS, AK, AR forums, part of the Weapons, Protection, Self Defense, Hand to Hand Combat category; Im stuck between buying to firearms. Remington model 700 or Ruger m77 hawkeye Price Quailty Comfort range should all be included in your reasoning -Anthony...

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    Remington model 700 or Ruger m77 hawkeye

    Im stuck between buying to firearms. Remington model 700 or Ruger m77 hawkeye

    Price
    Quailty
    Comfort
    range

    should all be included in your reasoning

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    you did not say what for???
    what caliber?

    the Ruger is limited for caliber choice, a couple of variants give a few more



    the 700 platform hands down, for any reason

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    Hunting, i just want a all around rifle. your choice on anything not posted

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    Look the Ruger is nothing more than a revamped Mauser 98. The 30.06 does have the appeal.
    Gunsite came out with the scout rifle in .308



    Now most QUALITY custom hunting rifles use the 700 platform for a reason.

    your caliber choice?
    from wiki..... too many to remember
    .17 Rem
    .17 Rem Fireball
    .204 Ruger
    .220 Swift
    .221 Rem Fireball
    .223 Remington
    .22–250 Rem
    .243 Win
    6mm Remington
    .25-06 Rem
    .264 Win Mag
    .270 Winchester
    .270 WSM
    .280 Remington
    7mm-08 Rem
    7mm Rem Mag
    7mm RUM
    .30-06
    .308 Win
    .300 WSM
    .300 Win Mag
    .300 RUM
    .338 RUM
    .338 Win Mag
    .338 Lapua Mag
    .35 Whelen
    .375 H&H
    .375 RUM
    .458 WM

    The 700 platform has the versatility
    The military uses it, the police use it, hunters use it. & have since around 1950

    2010 military 700
    Remington model 700 or Ruger m77 hawkeye-800px-xm2010_november_2010.jpg

    D&L Sports custom
    Remington model 700 or Ruger m77 hawkeye-2012-06-13-take-down-rifle-2-large.jpg

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    i guess i dont word things right. you can choose surf threw everything you know. i belive its a .308win that i was looking at in the store

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    Both are a fine option. The 700 wins the popularity contest, for years so many custom rifles were built off their actions.
    And if you looking at something a set up from off the rack rem 700 has some great stuff I own an M24 that will flat do the job anytime any where.
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    Very, very few bolt rifles are anything more than revamped Mausers. Even the '03 Springfield is paterned from the Mausers. If I went with a 700 I wouldn't get a new one. The Freedom group has done them no favors the last few years.
    "Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety".-Benjamin Franklin-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sr40ken View Post
    Very, very few bolt rifles are anything more than revamped Mausers. Even the '03 Springfield is paterned from the Mausers. If I went with a 700 I wouldn't get a new one. The Freedom group has done them no favors the last few years.
    Little know fact we paid Germany for an infringement on the design . Still we did improve it. I like mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sr40ken View Post
    Very, very few bolt rifles are anything more than revamped Mausers. Even the '03 Springfield is paterned from the Mausers. If I went with a 700 I wouldn't get a new one. The Freedom group has done them no favors the last few years.


    In addition there is the notorious sear/trigger problems . A decent model 70 or a Savage is a better choice than a 700.
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    Aside from the fact I am a huge Remington 700 fan and there fore a bit biased, Remington 700 is all ya need to know. Just like the Ruger 10/22 to the rem fire world is the top dog and has accessories galore for it, so does the Remington 700 when it comes to center fire bolt actions. I would rather find a Pre-64 Winchester model 70 though as it was controlled round feed as opposed to push feed the new Model 70'S and all 700's have been.

 

 
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