Remington 770
Remington Model 770
Country of origin



Remington Arms

Production ended

Still in production

Weapon type




Barrel length

20 inches (compact), 22 inches (standard), 24 inches (magnum)

Magazine/Cylinder capacity

4 rounds (standard), 3 rounds (magnum)

The Remington Model 770 (Remington 770) is a magazine-fed bolt-action rifle, manufactured by Remington Arms.


The Remington 770 is a slightly improved variant of the Remington 710 rifle.

Design detailsEdit

The Remington 770 is a bolt-action, magazine-fed, centerfire rifle. It features a 22-inch barrel as standard (magnum variants have 24-inch barrels) and is offered in these calibers: .243 Winchester, .270 Winchester, 7mm-08 Remington, 7mm Remington Magnum, .308 Winchester, .30-06 Springfield, and .300 Winchester Magnum. The barrel is pressed into the receiver, instead of threaded, and is button rifled with a stainless steel bore.[1]

The detachable box magazine holds up to four rounds for non-magnum variants; three for magnum variants, plus one in the chamber.


The 770 comes with a telescopic sight mounted, zeroed for point of aim/point of impact at 100 yards.


  1. Official Remington Model 770 page

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