Remington Model 710 fitted the rifle with an all-steel receiver. Its bolt now had the steel-on-steel feel with which we’ve so long been familiar. Accuracy testing was done with the 3-9X Bushnell Sharpshooter, which comes mounted and bore-sighted on the 710. Bore-sighted does not mean the rifle is properly sighted-in, but only close enough to point of aim to hit somewhere on the target paper. So be sure to check the zero of a new 710 before taking it hunting.


Manufacturer: Remington

Model: 710

Type: Bolt-action rifle

Caliber: .30/06

Mag. Capacity: 4

Weight: 7 lb. 3 oz.

Finish: Blue

Stock: Synthetic

Barrel Length: 22 in.

Rate of Twist: 1 in 10 in.

Overall Length: 42 in.

Length of Pull: 3â¿¿ in.

Drop at Heel: 1â¿¿ in.

Drop at Comb: 1â¿¿ in.

Trigger Pull: 4 lb. 2 oz.

Bore Finish: 3 (out of 5)

Retail: $426

How It Shot

Rifle: Remington 710

Average Group Size: 2.289 inches*

Ammo Used: Federal 165-grain Ballistic Tip

*5 five-shot groups at 100 yd.


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