Ladies, are you looking for an accurate rifle? The one that doesn’t kick like a mule when you shoot it! I have the rifle for you. It’s the Remington Model 700 Bolt Action VTR-ATACS featuring the newest innovation in camouflage from Digital Concealment Systems and comes chambered in the two most popular calibers in today’s market-The Remington 223 and 308. I saw this rifle at Shot Show back in January 2010. I liked how it looked and how it fit to my standards. The rifle is rated very high on accuracy.
It comes equipped with a Remington X-MARK PRO adjustable trigger that is set at the factory with a pull weight of 3 ½ pounds with a 2 pound range of adjustment (3 to 5 pounds). The trigger pull is so smooth and crisp that makes it easy to shoot it accurately. It has a uniquely triangular contour on the 22” barrel with a three port muzzle brake that’s machined-in during production to decrease recoil and muzzle jump. Remington spent years of rigorous research and development in designing the barrel to reduce the weight, enhancing the rigidity, and promoting rapid heat dissipation all while maintaining the most accurate barrel in a production firearm. The twist rate is (1 turn in 9 inches) in the 223 Remington and (1 turn in 12 inches) in the 308 Winchester. The Barrel Finish is a Satin Black Oxide. To complete the rifle off the stock package has a single rear and duel front sling swivel studs and Remington’s revolutionary Super Cell Recoil Pad which provides recoil reduction up to 54%. The Magazine Capacity is five plus one in the 223 and four plus one in the 308. The length is 41 5/8”. Average weight is only 7 ½ lbs. So it won’t kill you to carry it all day. The MSRP is $872.00.
I used this rifle in 308 on my Antelope Hunt in October 2010. I was very amazed on how well this rifle can shoot. I recommend this rifle to all ladies and gentleman who would like a rifle that doesn’t kick like a mule, and is extremely accurate. I have my gun decked out with a Harris Bipod and DOA 600 Scope from Bushnell. Check out this review at http://womensoutdoornews.com/