Thread: Remington 798
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Old January 2, 2019, 10:13 PM   #4
taylorce1
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The scoop is they've been around a long time, and have been imported under a few different names like Interarms, Charles Daly, and I'm sure a few others. They should function as well as any servicible Mauser. They are more refined than most military actions, but not as refined as some commercial actions such as FN and others.

It should have an adjustable trigger similar to a Timney, and as far as I know the 798 had a laminated wood stock making it a little heavy. I never heard of any of them shooting real poorly, but I never heard them suggested for extreme accuracy either. Just good solid qnd capable hunting rifles, a lot of people bought to build customs on.
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