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Remington Arms Model 700 SPS Tactical Sniper Rifle System, .308

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New Remington Model 700 SPS Tactical Sniper System, .308

Please visit my website at: New Market Arms




This is a brand new Remington Model 700 Special Purpose Synthetic (“SPS”) Tactical Sniper Rifle in .308 caliber.

This Remington Model 700 SPS Tactical Rifle is brand-new, out of the box. This rifle has a 20” carbon steel, heavy barrel with a satin black oxide metal finish. This barrel has a 1:12 right hand twist and is free-floating.

The overall length of this rifle is 39 ¾” and weights 7.5 pounds empty. This rifle comes with the X-Mark Pro externally adjustable trigger that is currently set at 3.5 pounds. The rifle has a hinged floorplate magazine that holds 4 rounds of .308 or 7.62.

The stock is a Hogue overmolded, pillar-bedded stock with a SuperCell Recoil Pad. I have set this rifle up as an intermediate range tactical sniper rifle system.

At the front attachment point, I have installed a new Harris Engineering Ultralight Bipod, Series 1A2. I have also installed a new Kinetic Research Group Bolt Lift.

I have installed a new Leupold VX-R Patrol Tactical Scope on this rifle using a new Leupold Remington short action continuous Picatinny Rail in matte black. I am also including a new UTG Remington short action cutout rail in case someone wants to install a longer mount at some point.

The new Leupold Scope is the VX-R Patrol 1.25-4 x 20mm. This scope has a matte black finish and the FireDot Special Purpose Reticle (“SPR”). This scope has an actual low magnification of 1.30x and a high magnification of 4.00x. The field of view at 100 meters is 22.9 meters on low magnification and 8.8 meters on high magnification. The eye relief is 4.10 inches on low and 3.70 inches on high magnification. The scope weighs 11.50 ounces (325 grams).

The scope’s elevation and windage adjustment range are both 90 moa. The total length of the scope is 9.40 inches. The tube diameter is 30.00mm. The scope is mounted to the rifle in a Leupold Mark 2 Integral Mounting Systems (“IMS”) 30 mm mount. The mount is in matte black and is 1.40 inches high. It is aluminum and uses an aluminum cantilever.

I have included with this sniper rifle a brand new Lost Woods padded rifle bag in olive drab. I have also included a new Fox Tactical 11” x 17” Tactical Scope Protector.

This rifle comes with its original Remington Arms box.

After putting this sniper system together, I zeroed this rifle to 250 meters. The first round fired was one (1) M-80 7.62 x 51mm NATO round with a 147 grain full metal jacket bullet on a cold barrel. Loading, firing, extraction and ejection of a standard 7.62 NATO round was flawless.

I next fired three (3) rounds of Hornady Match .308 Winchester rounds firing a 155 grain A-Max full metal jacket bullet with a muzzle velocity of 2860 feet per second, to align the scope to the barrel.

I then adjusted the scope windage and elevation to zero at 250 meters and fired three (3) rounds of the same Hornady Match .308 ammunition. These three confirmation rounds at 250 meters realized a 2.5” group (and I pulled the last round), which is sub 1 minute of angle accuracy at 250 meters. Total round count through this rifle is seven (7) rounds as noted above.

This rifle will come shipped in a new Plano rifle hard case and will also come with a writeup and a CD of all photos in the listing. Please let me know if you have any questions or would like additional photographs posted. Please also check my other listings for antique military weapons. I accept Visa and MasterCard in charge no fee. Thanks for looking!


Please see photos at: PHOTOS

Please see my website for other weapons and military items at: New Market Arms



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