The Model Seven Threaded Kuiu comes in two different chamberings, .308 Win. and 300 BLK. Nearly identical variants, the 300 BLK delivers one additional round in capacity; both rifles retail for $795.
Model Seven Threaded Features
Each Model Seven threaded utilizes a hinged floor plate design.
The cylindrical receiver, bolt face and barrel maintain Remington’s “three-rings-of-steel” concept, making the Model Seven a strong rifle. Also, a consistent bedding area and encased cartridge head remain staples of the platform.
A hallmark of the Model Seven is its compact design, coming in 2 3/8 inches shorter than the company’s flagship Model 700 bolt-action rifle. That shorter length and lightweight design makes the Model Seven well suited to smaller shooters. Moreover, it remains a great choice for use in tight quarters, such as woods hunting.
The Model Seven Threaded utilizes Remington’s X-Mark Pro trigger, which is externally adjustable. Further, a SuperCell Recoil Pad aids in soaking up felt recoil, a welcome feature on a lightweight rifle.
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Remington Model Seven Threaded Specifications
- Calibers: .308 Win., 300 BLK
- Magazine Capacity: 4 (.308 Win.), 5 (300 BLK)
- Overall Barrel Length: 16 1/2 inches
- Twist: 10 (.308 Win.), 7 (300 BLK)
- Overall Length: 34 1/4 inches
- Overall Length of Pull: 13 3/8 inches
- Barrel Material: Carbon Steel
- Barrel Finish: Matte Blue
- Stock Material: Synthetic
- MSRP: $795