Top Remington 700 Upgrades That Can Improve Handling.
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Top Remington 700 Upgrades That Can Improve Handling and Accuracy

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Top Remington 700 Upgrades That Can Improve Handling and Accuracy

The Remington 700 is one of the most popular rifles ever produced. More than 5 million have been made, and it enjoys wide sporting use among civilians, for hunting, competition, and target shooting.

Its position as one of the most successful rifles of all time deserves some reason to back it up. These rifles are reliable, extremely resilient to hard use, and accurate. They’re also available in basically any caliber you could ask for.

Not to beat a subject that has been drawn out time and time again to death, but suffice it to say they are worth the money, which is corroborated by their widespread use.

But could a Remington 700 be better? Absolutely – with these upgrades.

Starting with the Stock: A WOOX Furiosa Chassis

The WOOX Furiosa Chassis system, which is also compatible with select Tikka, Howa, Weatherby, Sig Sauer, and Savage rifles in addition to Remington Model 700s and clones, is ideal for long-range shooting, which makes it a top choice for both hunting and competition.

With the WOOX Furiosa, customizability is the name of the game. This precision stock has push-button adjustability with additional LOP spacers and integrated flush cups, along with an adjustable cheek rest.

Length of pull is adjustable between 13 11/16” and 14 ⅛”, as is the cheek rest so you can get the exact eye relief needed. Moreover, there is a rear section of Pic rail under the stock, and there are M-LOK slots on the forend.

A Clamp-on Bolt Knob

One minor gripe some owners have of the Remington 700 is this: the bolt knob is welded on, making it hard (basically impossible) to remove or replace without entirely replacing the bolt assembly.

We have a solution for that, though – a clamp-on Remington 700 bolt knob that clamps right over your factory knob. It’s extremely easy to install and requires only basic tools.

Available in several colors, it’s a quick and affordable way to add character to your 700, but it’s about function, too. The hourglass shape of the bolt knob increases shooter dexterity while the diamond-shaped rivets increase traction, improving handling and cycling.

A Rifle Cheek Pad

You might want to skip this one if you went with the WOOX Furiosa Chassis mentioned above because that one is fully adjustable for LOP and comb height, so you can customize eye relief.

If you’re sticking with your factory stock (some 700 rifles are equipped with beautiful wooden stocks, so why wouldn’t you?) a rifle cheek pad from our collection can definitely help improve shooter ergonomics.

These Caparison rifle cheek pads are made with a blend of SBR, neoprene, and EPDM, and feature closed cell construction that resists absorption of moisture or gasses. They are resistant to wear and tear and can improve comb height and eye relief.

They’re also one of the most affordable Remington 700 upgrades you can make – so what’s stopping you?

A Remington 700 Scope Base

A basic upgrade, but one worth making, one of our Remington 700 Scope Bases is machined from 6061 aluminum and made with full-length, type III anodized hardcoat Picatinny rails to make it easier to mount your scopes.

They are available in both 20 and 30 MOA configurations to maximize the scope’s elevation for use in extended range applications.

Also, they come with removable bubble levels, so you can tell at a glance whether or not you’re shooting on a cant, which is another big selling point.

TriggerTech Remington 700 Diamond Trigger

These TriggerTech Diamond triggers were expressly designed for competitive shooters competing with R700 clone actions, and offer a lot of features and functionality that shooters will appreciate.

They are widely adjustable in weight between as light as 4 oz to as heavy as 32 oz, with Variable Rate Adjustment technology. Shooters report that these are some of the crispest and consistent triggers in the industry.

Like other TriggerTech Triggers, they are also equipped with Frictionless Release Technology (FRT), TKR Technology (for an extremely short reset), CLKR Technology (for easy adjustments), and sub .010” overtravel.

A Titanium Full Port Muzzle Brake

There are plenty of solid muzzle brakes we sell here at Anarchy Outdoors (including Strike Without Warning Tuner Muzzle Brakes), but this titanium full port muzzle brake is a good option nonetheless.

This particular spiral-ported titanium muzzle brake was designed by a master gunsmith and is an exceptionally lightweight design with a parabolic internal taper that mitigates recoil without going overboard with volume.

If you have a 700 in a big caliber and struggle with the recoil, consider getting a muzzle brake like one of these – as long as your barrel can support it.

Upgrade Your Remington 700 Today

Great as your model 700 bolt action rifle is, you can make it better with some of these upgrades, as you deem fit, and there are many others in our Remington 700 collection. Take a look through today and see where you can make changes for the better – whether your discipline is long-range steel shooting or big game hunting.

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