Remington Model 700 BDL .270 Win 22″ Bolt Action Rifle, Leupold Scope, 1983

SOLD FOR: $1225

LSB#: 220128MS008

Make: Remington

Model: 700 BDL

Serial Number: B6478656

Year of Manufacture: 1983 (PD Date Code)

Caliber: .270 Winchester

Action Type: Bolt Action Rifle with Hinged Floorplate

Markings: The left side of the receiver is marked with the serial number at the breech and “Remington / MODEL 700” at the midsection. The left side of the barrel is marked “REMINGTON ARMS CO. INC. ILION, N.Y. MADE IN U.S.A.” and “270 WIN”. The left side of the chamber has inspection marks and the “PD” date code and “12”. The right side of the barrel is marked with inspectors marks at the breech. The bolt is marked “8656”.

Barrel Length: 22″

Sights / Optics: The front and rear of the barrel both have a pair of drilled, tapped, and filled holes. The top of the receiver is installed with a one-piece Leupold-style base and a pair of rings holding a Leupold VARI-X II 3-9 scope. The scope has a few marks through the finish, mostly on the tube. There are some scattered light handling marks. The scope has a duplex reticle and the glass is clear. The scope rates in about Fine condition.

Stock Configuration & Condition: The stock is skipline checkered wood with black caps, white spacers, pistol grip, and a fluted Monte Carlo comb with a cheekpiece. There are some scattered minor compressions and draglines, some of the most noticeable are on the comb. There are a couple small little marks through the finish, the most noticeable are on the belly. The checkering is strong. The LOP measures 13 3/4” from the front of the trigger to the back of the aftermarket buttpad and 12 3/4″ to the wood. The pad has some light wear. The stock rates in about Excellent overall condition.

Type of Finish: Blue

Finish Originality: Original

Bore Condition: The bore is bright and the rifling is sharp. There are a couple of small spots of light erosion.

Overall Condition: This rifle retains about 98% of its metal finish. There are some light handling marks on the receiver. There are a few scattered light marks on the bottom metal. There are a couple spots of wear on the bolt knob. The barrel has light handling wear. There is standard operational wear. The screw heads are sharp to tool marked. The markings are clear. Overall, this rifle rates in about Excellent condition.

Mechanics: The action functions correctly. We did not fire this rifle. As with all used firearms, a thorough cleaning may be necessary to meet your maintenance requirements.

Box, Paperwork & Accessories: Included is the previously described scope.

Our Assessment: The Remington 700 needs no introduction, it has been one of the most popular bolt action rifles in America for decades, seeing use in target shooting, hunting, and in law enforcement. Remington had been producing sporting rifles for decades, but their Post-WWI Model 30 Sporter took too much time & money to make and required too much milling. After WWII they designed the Model 721 which used a receiver made of bar stock, meaning it could be turned on a lathe, cutting production time & cost. The basic design of the 721 went through further developments under the direction of engineer Mike Walker, and Remington went on to produce the Model 722 and Model 725, and finally, in 1962, the Model 700 was born. With the design, Walker desired to increase accuracy over previous designs so tight bore & chamber tolerances, a short leade, and fast lock time were used. Since its inception in 1962, it has been produced in just about any caliber and configuration you could think of. If it hasn’t there are custom parts and gunsmiths out there to get it exactly how you like. This is a nice BDL chambered for the classic .270 Winchester with a 22″ barrel. This one is perfect for target shooting or varmint hunting and hitting your mark should be no problem with the included scope. Please see our photos and good luck!

Remington Model 700 BDL .270 Win 22" Bolt Action Rifle, Leupold Scope, 1983
Remington Model 700 BDL .270 Win 22″ Bolt Action Rifle, Leupold Scope, 1983