The Remington Model 700™ SPS CAMO can be found in the following calibers; 243 win, 7mm-08, 7mm, 270 Win, 30-06 Springfield, 300 Win Mag, .223 Remington. What does the SPS stand for you may ask? It stands for Special Purpose Synthetic, and it looks great on the classic Remington Model 700. This like most of the 700's have the X-Mark adjustable trigger pull trigger system, the SuperCell recoil pad that is said to reduce more than 50% of the total recoil.
While a wood stock may look better to some the you just can't beat the synthetic stock in regards to the gripping it provides. The receiver is already pre-drilled and tapped and ready for scope mounts.
This also includes the Hogue overmold grips and most of the other Remington 700's do not include this.
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