Here’s how the Model 700 Remington rifle, converted to single shot with a special loading ramp and serving as a dual-purpose bedding pillar with added central action screw, shoots with the best of them.
by Norman E. Johnson
In my long journey as a rifle builder there have been numerous improvised and modified parts adaptable to the performance improvement of many of these rifles. Such was the case with a
Model 700 action set into a Bell and Carlson target stock, made over as a single shot and equipped with a special dual purpose cartridge loading ramp and bedding pillar. This rifle is also a switch barrel with two bolts and four barrels, chambered for .260 Remington, .270 Winchester, .204 Ruger, and 5.6×44 (.223 Improved) of my own design.
Getting To The Work
There was nothing mysterious about this work. Bedding pillars are commercially available for this purpose but not…
Read more in the August 2019 issue.