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June 3, 2009, 04:47 PM
I need some suggestions for improving accuracy of a Remington 30-06 autoloading rifle. I know they were not intended to be target rifles, but this one is a 4 MOA shooter at best and I suspect that can be improved upon. Other that fit and function, and muzzle crown, how can these be accurized?
June 3, 2009, 05:54 PM
It depends upon what Remington .30-06 autoloader you have.
If it's a 740, a forend insulating/accuracy block can be either located or made & installed at the forward end.
If it's a 742, I've never gotten one to improve, myself.
If it's a 7400/Four, I'd consider speaking with Remington's Service Dept - since every one I've ever owned or shot has been fairly decent, accuracy-wise.
I'v never laid my mitts on a 750, but AFAIK it's a fancy 7400.
June 3, 2009, 05:57 PM
Check to see if your's has a barrel nut. Many of the autoloaders do. A loose nut will cause bad accuracy.
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