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Anyone know someone who makes decent bull barrels for Rem 700 that don't cost more than the gun itself? I just want a decent barrel not a great one. I don't get the opportunity to shoot my rifle all that much. Thanks
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Check out Aquila Firearms in Texas. They are doing my muzzle brake and do some real nice work.

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Check out Aquila Firearms in Texas. They are doing my muzzle brake and do some real nice work.

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Muzzle break.................you sissy.
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I would also check Remington. Their "Sendero" model is a bull barrel. I guess you realize that you will need a new stock also.


Interesting site you spotted there, Mike. I'll have to put that one away.

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Muzzle break.................you sissy.
Age.....I know, I never thought I would do it. Shooting those magnums when you're 18 is real macho...now I won't shoot the dern thing unless I absolutely have to.
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I would also check Remington. Their "Sendero" model is a bull barrel. I guess you realize that you will need a new stock also.


Interesting site you spotted there, Mike. I'll have to put that one away.
I'm supposed to get my rifle back in about 5 weeks, I'll post some pics.
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I downsized this year from my 30-06 in Remington 700 BDL by the way, to my .357 Carbine. Not good at a distance, but if I load .38's it is kinda like a pellet gun.
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Anyone know someone who makes decent bull barrels for Rem 700 that don't cost more than the gun itself? I just want a decent barrel not a great one. I don't get the opportunity to shoot my rifle all that much. Thanks
i take it you are wanting to rebarrel the gun you have. try World's Largest Supplier of Firearm Accessories, Gun Parts and Gunsmithing Tools - BROWNELLS

like he said though you will also have to change the stock. might be cheaper to just trade for one of the remington heavy barrel models.

since you are in NC try CarolinaShootersForum.com - Powered by vBulletin
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my user name on both is jjwestbrook

a lot of good info to be found there.
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