This video showcases the Choate Fully Adjustable Innovative, Drop-In Design for select bolt actions.
Learn about the advantages of using Gun Runners Remington 870/1000 shell latch staking tool by watching this video.
Learn more about Timney's offerings of triggers for Remington 700 rifles.
Learn the advantages of using Brownells Nylon/Brass drift punches on your next project.
Learn about the Remington 700 Receivers from Remington by watching this video.
This video showcases the Picatinny Scope Base by Brownells.
This video showcases the Remington 700/40X/XP-100 Adjustable Triggers by Shilen.
This video showcases the Remington Bolt Disassembly Tool by Kleinendorst.
This video showcases the Remington 700 Bottom Metal & Magazine.
This video segment is a description and demonstration of the installation of Brownells Remington 700 ADL to BDL Conversion Kits.
This video segment is a description of the tools and their purpose for the Brownells Remington 700 Armorer's Kit.
This video provides a demonstration about and how to install a Remington 11-87/1100 barrel seal & piston and piston seal assembly.
For the first time, shooters and custom gun makers can quickly and easily order the popular Remington 700 Short Action Receiver from a single designated outlet, thanks to an exclusive contract between Brownells and Remington Arms Co.
Brownells®, the world’s leading supplier of factory gun parts, gunsmithing tools and accessories, has added a new XP (extra-power) Magazine Spring and Follower to its large selection of parts for the popular Remington 870 pump shotgun.
The gas rings on semi-automatic shotgun barrels are subject to fouling due
to the accumulation of carbon, unburned powder, and residue from plastic
Fall is here and with it comes the beginning of hunting season. Nothing beats crisp, clear mornings and the comfortable afternoons with the sweep of changing colors making a trip to the fields and timbers a pure joy.
Choke Tube Interchange Guide
Brownells has become the exclusive distributor of the TAC-21 Remington 700 Chassis, a modular chassis for Remington 700 short-action rifles that offers a combination of benchrest accuracy, superior ergonomics and specialized design.
In order to obtain maximum accuracy in any rifle, the bolt locking lugs
must sear evenly and completely in the receiver. In addition, by having all
lugs bear evenly, the stresses placed on the bolt during firing are distributed
uniformly no one lug is subjected to undue pressure.
Alterations of rifle bolts should be done with great care, especially if
intense heat is used for welding, soldering, or brazing. The heat treatment
of the locking lugs as well as other critical areas of the bolt such as the
cocking cam must not be altered.
Removing or installing a rifle barrel is a common gunsmithing task,
yet it can sometimes be quite difficult. In addition to problems caused
by the tight fit of the barrel threads in the receiver, the gunsmith may
encounter problems directly related to his action wrench.
Earlier Remington centerfire bolt action, pump action and autoloading rifles
use an extractor that is riveted into the bolt. When an extractor breaks
or fails, it must be replaced.
Remington introduced their rivetless extractor prior to 1981, with the
Varmint rifles chambered in 7mm-08 caliber. It has since been used on all
centerfire rifles including their pump and autoloading models, replacing the
riveted extractor used on the models 740, 742, 760, 700, 600 and XP-100.