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Troubleshooting The Remington M700 Rifle

Troubleshooting The Remington M700 Rifle
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How to turn a rough factory rifle into a long range tack driver


NOTE: Please use the links to Vimeo to rent this video. These videos cannot be purchased via this website - hence why the pricing is not shown on the left side bar.

Please click here to rent this video: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/remington700

In this video, Nathan Foster helps a client within a DIY setting to turn a very badly behaving M700 rifle into a reliable tack driver. Filmed in a completely organic manner, the viewer is presented with a worst case scenario which offers huge learning outcomes.

This video is especially ideal for those just getting into the accuracy game, walking the viewer through the basics of rifle tuning through to more advanced methods of problem solving a badly behaving rifle.

This information applies to the Remington M700 and its clones including the Bergara rifle but is also especially suited to problem solving any bolt action rifle suffering heavy copper fouling and features detailed footage of barrel break in and barrel lapping procedures.

Having been made available to a select number of test viewers for some months prior to its release, those who have watched this video have stated that this is one of the most helpful gun subject videos they have ever watched. No matter which brand of bolt action rifle you own, this video offers a wealth of information.

Quick tip: If you are wondering when to watch this video, it can be highly beneficial to watch this film before you set up your new (or second hand) rifle rather than waiting until you run into problems. having said this, the lessons can be used either way.

Running time 1 hour 17 minutes.
Rental period 3 months.
 

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