11 responses

  1. Don
    November 9, 2018

    Did Remington manufacture the 700 BDL with a synthetic stock? I believe that is what I have. A model 700 7mm mag, black synthetic, Monte Carlo stock, hinged mag. No hood over front sight. Just curious, not really concerned as it is a tack driver and I love to shoot it!


    • Dwight Marshall
      November 28, 2018

      I believe so Don.
      I have one in .308 with heavy barrel


  2. AF
    February 6, 2019

    When tightening a stock to the receiver, I would recommend you stand the gun vertically on the butt of the stock so the recoil lug slack is taken up, then hand tighten, then torque the bolts.


  3. Jay
    November 3, 2019

    How do I know if my rem .700. 22-250. needs a new barrel


  4. Vince C.
    December 1, 2019

    Do what u want with your Remington Rifle.. I’ve had my Remington Model 700 .270 for 22 years now with a black Synthetic stock.. I mounted an inexpensive “Simmons” 3-9×40 scope on it when I got it at Walmart.. It’s a deadly weapon.. Killed many dear & hogs with it. I zeroed the scope in no longer than 125 yards.. My furthest kill shot was at 305 yards (buck). I love my rifle and will never sell it.. Never missed a Harvest with it.. Protect your Second Amendment folks and God Bless America !


  5. Tyler McNemar
    December 29, 2019

    I’ve always been a 700 BDL fanatic and over the past couple year I guess you can say I’m a collector with 24+ I have a few questions that you may be able to answer.
    I have a 22-250 that was produced in the 60s and it has a yellow diamond imprinted in the stock I’ve been told they’re was a gun store in Pennsylvania that before they sold them they done trigger work on them and glass bedded them and I guess that was like they’re signature mark was putting the diamonds in it. It definitely does have trigger work done to it though
    Second question is how do I find the year they was produced by looking at the serial numbers
    Third is when did they start putting the warning label on the barrel I’m guessing around 1985
    Fourth when did they start making the bolt work when it was on safety
    Fifth when did they start recessing the muzzle instead of it being rounded
    Sixth when did they quit putting the brass pin in them
    Seventh what years did they make the enhanced or engraved models
    Thank you for any information you can help me with


  6. Stanley Wollard
    January 11, 2020

    What is an estimated good price on a Model 700 BDL in 338 Win. Mag.? Has had fewer than 50 rounds thru it and purchased new. Engraved action and magazine plate and trigger guard on bottom.

    Like your thoughts as want to place a value in my books on it.
    Stan Wollard


  7. S Bouch
    January 13, 2020

    I have a 22-250 bdl vls high gloss laminate stock black ebony fore arm tip and Monty Carlos cheek rest stock and checkering on forearm and pistol grip. And a 243 adl vls same stock but no checkering and no black tip on forearm and both have check rest both have hinged floor plates can unload from the bottom. So that shoots your theory on adl vs bdl.. bought both rifles new in 2001.


  8. Jake
    March 21, 2020

    I have a Rem 700 in 270 bought around 2002 It is a stainless synthetic with a 24″ barrel, no sights and a removable factory clip 4+1.
    I can’t seem to figure out which model it is, I haven’t seen another one like it.. I can tell you one thing though, it puts all rounds in the same jagged hole!


    • James powees
      November 7, 2020

      I have the same issue only mine is chambered in 7mm rem mag and was bought in 2000 it’s matte stainless synthetic stick with no sights and a factory muzzle brake.


  9. James
    October 22, 2020

    My fist gun was a .243 bdl with swing door and I have a ask 7mm he it right on the difference between them. The other day I saw a adl that looked like a bdl it was converted.


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