Remington's Model 783 bolt action rifle is crafted using proprietary methods that create the tightest tolerances from rifle to rifle. The dual-pillar bedding platform free-floats the button-rifled barrel for the ultimate in shot-to-shot consistency, and the black synthetic stock contains a high nylon fiber content, giving it superior strength and rigidity. The crisp CrossFire trigger system is factory set at 3.5 lbs and is user-adjustable from 2.5 to 5lbs. The Model 783 rifle also features a detachable steel magazine with a steel latch and a SuperCell recoil pad. It accepts two Model 700 front bases.
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Submitted By: James T. On 11/17/2013
I ended up deciding on a Nikon Prostaff 4-12x40 BDC scope. Leupold was my first choice, but just couldn't justify the money. Overall, I like the gun. My only real complaint is that the ads are saying its the next 700, and it's not. It's accurate, and well built. I am punching dime size groups with a 180 grn accutip spritzer boat tail. This is like a car at the dealership that you can't upgrade. Once you drive off the lot with it, it's yours forever just the way you bought it. It shoots straight, and it feels solid. Time will only tell if it will hold up. So far a friend of mine and myself are enjoying it. It is cheaper to buy the 783 than a 700, and if you're a hunter depending on getting a deer for the freezer, and need to make some shots with distance, this gun will do everything you need. If you are planning on the apocalypse, you may want something else. After all as a hunter of over 30 years, how much does a rifle have to do, to get a good reputation? Shoot straight, and not rust or fall apart. I could see a 500 yard kill coming out of this gun.
I ran over 100 rounds through my rifle in one day. Nothing happened except a lot of paper bad guys got shot.
[4 of 5 Stars]