Remington R25 modular repeating rifles have all of the great features of the AR style and are is available in 243 Winchester, 7MM-08 Remington and 308 Winchester. The R25 is also available in Mossy Oak Treestand Camo Finish.
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Submitted By: Lucus L. On 12/11/2013
This rifle makes for a good hunting rifle. It's fairly light and plenty accurate enough for any hunting one might do. If you're going to shoot much you need to just plan on putting an aftermarket trigger in it as it has one of the creepiest rough triggers I've ever used. I wish the coating was more durable. It will chip and peel with use, and there is nothing you can do about it. Also both R-25 rifles I've been around - mine and a friends - had the free float tubes turn loose after time. The higher capacity mags are also easily found since they are interchangeable with any dpms 308 mag. Magpul also makes mags for it so they aren't as expensive as Armalite and Rockriver mags, Just keep in mind this is a hunting rifle and not a target rifle. My Armalite ar-10T is more accurate but I'm not about to carry it all day hunting as heavy as it is.
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Submitted By: Eric G. On 01/28/2012
I love this gun, but there are two issues you'll need to know about before you buy, although neither should cause you to choose something else:
1. The mossy Oak finish, although neat and crisp in appearance, chips off if you aren't careful.
2. The trigger squeeze is not what I would have expected - although it is a light pull, with small travel and no slack to speak of, I had a hard time getting a smooth pull. It felt like the trigger was "sqeaking" as it pulled.
I have never had this problem on any of the rifles I have shot in the past. I really had to speed up to get rid of this effect.
Still, AR-style triggers are among the easiest things to customize, replace, or adapt to - and the accuracy I was able to achieve in spite of the squeaky pull (consecutive bullets touching at 100yds on occasion) is enough for me to be sold on this rifle.
Overall it handles well, recoil is easily managed (mine is .308), and I haven't had any indications of any type of malfunction whatsoever. This rifle is accurate right out of the box, and an attention getter at the range.
I have no regrets, and look forward to using it as a reliable hunting gun for years to come.
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