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.
The items in this kit include a replacement trigger and tools (punch kit, nylon/brass hammer, and bench block). Not included are needlenose pliers and flathead driver or Allen-head wrench for action screws. Snap Caps of the appropriate caliber are optional to safely test, adjust, and function-test the new trigger.
Consistent accuracy is what all shooters are ultimately looking for when hunting or target shooting.
Last time, we bedded the gun, shot it a bit, and then talked
about the Manson
Last month we did some shooting, bedded the action into the stock and did some more shooting. This month, we’ll start out with a trigger adjustment, shoot a bit more, then explain
what we’re going to do next and introduce the Dave Manson tooling we’ll use to fully accurize the action.
Last month we built our own
Remington 700 from
parts and tools all available here at Brownells. It was a lot
complete than I had anticipated.
Building your own custom rifle has
too far beyond the skills of the average Joe. But with a lot of
a little skill and some guidance from Brownells you'll learn
how to build
a custom Remington 700.
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.
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.
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