Coyotes vs the .222 w/40 Nosler.....
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All the 788's are the same with locking lugs in the rear. I have several of them and all very accurate with the barrels floated and shooting reloads. At the Shot Show, I told two different Remington reps that if they came back out with the 788, they would not be able to keep up with sales. One of them just shrugged me off but the other at least agreed with me. He said that machining the receiver was much harder than the M-700 and sales had started to drop in the late 70's so they stopped production. Truth be known, the 788 out of the box was far more accurate than the more expensive 700 and probably hurt their sales of 700's which had a much better profit margin. If I was a multi-millionaire, I would start producing 788's with Lilja barrels and laminate stocks with bedded action and floated barrels and sell them for $600......bet I couldn't keep up with demand!
That gun of yours is that the old 788 rem with the lugs in the back of the bolt.I f so i have one in the 243 but with the stock wood.Its a heavy gun,but very accurate.
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