The E-Media Editors tracked down John Fink of Remington Arms at the company booth, and he was kind enough to show off some of the new rifles Remington has introduced for 2012.
Model 700 BDL 50th Anniversary Edition "Tried and true" rifles aren't just given that moniker, they must earn it, and the attractive Model 700 BDL Anniversary Edition rifle has done just that. Offered in 7 mm Remington Magn., this iconic rifle features a 24-inch barrel with adjustable rear and hooded ramp front sight, satin-finished "B" grade walnut stock with Fleur-Di-Lis cut checkering, satin bluing over the 24-inch barreled action and an X-Mark Pro externally adjustable trigger set at 3 1/2 pounds from the factory. MSRP: $1,399
Model 700 CDL SF 50th Anniversary Limited Edition If toughness and durability is what you seek, look no further than the Model 700 CDL. With a receiver machined from solid-steel bar stock, and a cylindrical receiver design that makes for a solid bedding area in the stock, this centerfire rifle—chambered in 7 mm Remington Mag.—offers consistent shot placement and durability. The Limited Edition also features an X-Mark Pro externally adjustable trigger system, and an integral extractor that is set in a groove inside the rim of the bolt facing, providing added support to the cartridge head. MSRP: $1,214
Model 700 Mountain Stainless Steel Featuring a Bell & Carson synthetic stock and a four-shot magazine capacity, the Model 700 Mountain Stainless Steel sports a 22-inch Mountain Contour barrel and X-Mark Pro Adjustable Trigger. The Mountain model is offered in 280 Remington, as well as 7 mm-08 Remington, 308 Win, 25-06 Remington, 270 Win and 30-08 Sprg. MSRP: $1,123