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Remington 700 Safari KS .458 Winchester Magnum 3-Round 22" Bolt Action Rifle in Black - 6124

Remington 3 + 1 458 Winchester Magnum Safari w/Kevlar Stock/Matte Black Barrel 6124

Ruger 42665 .22 Long Rifle Standard 10-Round 18.5" Semi-Automatic Rifle in Blued - 1103

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Custom Remington Model 700 .458 Win Mag 24" Bolt Action Rifle

Custom Remington Model 700 .458 Win Mag 24″ Bolt Action Rifle

SOLD FOR: $1004.01

LSB#: 210215DS01

Make: Remington

Model: Custom 700 BDL

Serial Number: B6731681

Year of Manufacture: 1970s-Present

Caliber: .458 Winchester

Action Type: Bolt Action Rifle with Hinged Floorplate Internal Magazine

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 “GR DOUGLAS / .458 WIN.” on the chamber and the right side of the chamber has a small encircled “XX”. The bottom of the bolt is matched and hand-marked “1681”.

Barrel Length: 24” GR Douglas Barrel

Sights / Optics: The barrel has no provision for iron sights. The receiver is installed with a pair of two-piece bases that secures a pair of Weaver rings holding a Bushnell Banner 2.5×20 scope. The scope has some marks into the finish, mainly on the focal lens housing. There is a light scratch at the rear and some marks form the rings. There is some light handing wear. The scope has a duplex reticle and the glass is clear. The scope rates in Fine condition.

Stock Configuration & Condition: The stock is checkered wood with a pistol grip, straight comb, and two wood capped recoil lugs. There are some scattered compressions and some draglines, the most noticeable are on the left above the trigger. There are a few little marks into the finish, the most noticeable is on the left side above the trigger. The checkering is mostly sharp. There are no chips or cracks. The LOP measures approximately 13 1/4” from the front of the trigger to the back of the solid brown rubber Remington buttpad which displays some light wear mainly at the heel and toe. The stock rates in about Fine overall condition.

Type of Finish: Blue & Bright

Finish Originality: Original to Parts. The barrel is aftermarket.

Bore Condition: The bore is bright and the rifling is sharp. There is no erosion in the bore.

Overall Condition: This rifle retains about 93% of its metal finish. The barrel has some spots of dark discoloration from previous oxidation on the right side at the front of the forend. There are some scattered scuffs and little draglines on the barrel. There are a few hairline scratches on the barrel. The bolt handle has gone plum and the knob has a few little scrapes and spots of oxidation. There are some light marks on the receiver. There is light handling and standard operational wear. The screw heads are sharp. The markings are strong. Overall, this rifle rates in about Very Good 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: The rifle is installed with the previously described scope and a military style leather sling. The sling has some light creases and a few scuffs, the stitching is intact and it rates in about Fine condition.

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Here is one on gunbroker with no reserve and no bids,4hrs remaining at $1300 starting bid The appraiser was probably on illegal drugs:02: http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=378663210  

What glass does it carry?  

Refuze2falo said: Here is one on gunbroker with no reserve and no bids,4hrs remaining at $1300 starting bid The appraiser was probably on illegal drugs:02: http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=378663210 Click to expand...
Judah said: What glass does it carry? Click to expand...

remington 700 safari 458

Well that looks like a gun you certainly don't need..  

golfnut1969 said: I found more than one around thath $1,300 to $1,500 price range. Maybe he had it appraised the day after Obama's reelection. Click to expand...

Looks like it has the ol $9.99 See-Thru rings on it. Very fitting for a African Safari rifle :cheers:  

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Refuze2falo said: The only safari 700 that SOLD on GB within the last several months was a .416 for $831. The rifle in the link I listed has been posted 15 times starting at $1300 and yet to get a bid Click to expand...

She said her brother is a collector and never used the gun. Appraisal came from Cabelas. They wanted to sell it on consignment. So, it could be the guy at Cabelas is full of it, or her brother is. I think it's a toss up. As for the wood, she had Premavra, spell check took it from there. I have no idea what that is supposed to be.  

Here is what blue book of gun values says. A custom barrel and custom trigger could have easily cost $300-$500 each. But that doesn't necessarily mean that the value of the gun would go up that much. The scope could also be high dollar, but from the picture it doesn't look like it is. MODEL 700 SAFARI GRADE .375 H&H, 8mm Rem. Mag. (new 1986), .416 Rem. Mag. (new 1989), or .458 Win. Mag. cal., heavier 700BDL barrel, 3 shot mag., 24 in. barrel, available with either Classic or Monte Carlo stock configuration, custom shop special order only, 9 lbs. Mfg. 1962-2000. Grading 100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60% $1,395 $1,225 $1,000 $850 $700 $600 $500 Last MSR was $1,225. Add $73 for left-hand model (Classic stock only).  

kingalw said: Here is what blue book of gun values says... Click to expand...

They said they couldn't find a single nick or scratch and that the gun appears to be in mint condition. I have not seen this gun first hand. It is located in Wright City.  

SOLD - The guy selling this gun didn't know it's worth. A collector said this is only 1 of 4 made. He owns one of the four and offered this guy $8k no questions asked, but said he would give $15k if the gun was in the condition they claim it is in.  

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golfnut1969 said: SOLD - The guy selling this gun didn't know it's worth. A collector said this is only 1 of 4 made. He owns one of the four and offered this guy $8k no questions asked, but said he would give $15k if the gun was in the condition they claim it is in. Click to expand...

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Remington 700 in 458 Lott

  • Thread starter Nickcusato
  • Start date Mar 25, 2022

Nickcusato

  • Mar 25, 2022

I am looking at a Remington 700 chambered in 458 Lott. Not sure of what its worth. I am a CZ, Model 70, Mauser type action fan. Any thoughts on Remington action & dangerous game? Advice on Remington 700 in larger cal. as I have stayed away from them. Any input is appreciated.  

Mark A Ouellette

Mark A Ouellette

A Remington 700 is great for target shooting, woodchucks at 400 yards, deer hunting and so on. It will function until it does not. That's not good for animals intent on killing you. Since you live in the USA and can choose most any rifle, if it were me, I'd bet my life on CRF in a M70, CZ, or Mauser. I also like the 3-position safety on the Model 70. On safe it locks the striker from firing. It cannot fire, period. That is very, very safe when on the trail following your tracker and PH with other trackers following you.  

Mark A Ouellette said: A Remington 700 is great for target shooting, woodchucks at 400 yards, deer hunting and so on. It will function until it does not. That's not good for animals intent on killing you. Since you live in the USA and can choose most any rifle, if it were me, I'd bet my life on CRF in a M70, CZ, or Mauser. I also like the 3-position safety on the Model 70. On safe it locks the striker from firing. It cannot fire, period. That is very, very safe when on the trail following your tracker and PH with other trackers following you. Click to expand...

JPmbogo

Same old argument. Matter of personal choice. I built a 458 Lott on a post-64 Mod. 70 magnum action, Lilja bbl, and a supergrade factory stock (more or less dropped right in, with a personal touch here and there). I have never, repeat, never had a problem with feeding and far smoother than most of my "controlled feed" rifles.  

Bullthrower338

Bullthrower338

Awesome, another M700 bashing thread, not near enough of them on here. Maybe we can get the experts to chime in on the trigger also! To my knowledge Remington never chambered the Lott in a rifle factory.  

SFRanger7GP

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Not sure how so many soldiers survive using “unreliable“ push feed rifles. Safe shooting.  

BeeMaa

  • Mar 26, 2022

I have to agree with @Bullthrower338 , Remington never chambered the M700 in 458LOTT unless it was a custom order. Even then I don't believe the action was long enough. Share a picture if you have one. As for the great PF/CRF debate...IMO it's mostly crap. More often than not the problem lies with the one pulling the trigger not the rifle. Most of the "failures of PF actions" can be traced back to short stroking the bolt. Stuck cartridges/failure to extract due to lack of cleaning or proper maintenance. The failure list is long and I'm sure the PF haters will be along shortly to let every Army, Navy and Marine sniper since Vietnam know how wrong they are by using a PF action. I'm still looking for a person who ACTUALLY experienced a failure of some kind that can not be traced back to their own shortcomings. The rifle can be made reliable (in most cases) regardless of the action type by a skilled gunsmith. Some are good right out of the box, some need tweaking and others major work. Now that the rifle is good, it's time to get the shooter in shape as well. Dry fire practice, range time, clean the rifle, dry fire some more, dry fire again, range time, clean the rifle, dry fire... You get the point.  

BeeMaa said: I have to agree with @Bullthrower338 , Remington never chambered the M700 in 458LOTT unless it was a custom order. Even then I don't believe the action was long enough. Share a picture if you have one. As for the great PF/CRF debate...IMO it's mostly crap. More often than not the problem lies with the one pulling the trigger not the rifle. Most of the "failures of PF actions" can be traced back to short stroking the bolt. Stuck cartridges/failure to extract due to lack of cleaning or proper maintenance. The failure list is long and I'm sure the PF haters will be along shortly to let every Army, Navy and Marine sniper since Vietnam know how wrong they are by using a PF action. I'm still looking for a person who ACTUALLY experienced a failure of some kind that can not be traced back to their own shortcomings. The rifle can be made reliable (in most cases) regardless of the action type by a skilled gunsmith. Some are good right out of the box, some need tweaking and others major work. Now that the rifle is good, it's time to get the shooter in shape as well. Dry fire practice, range time, clean the rifle, dry fire some more, dry fire again, range time, clean the rifle, dry fire... You get the point. Click to expand...

The biggest problem with the Remington 700 isn't that its push feed its that the extractor has a history of separating from the bolt leaving you with a spent case in the chamber. In a rifle intended for something that can kill you its just a poor choice.  

I have read many times that if a Remington 700 action is good enough for US Army and Marine Corps snipers, it is good enough as a dangerous game rifle. Everyone is welcome to their opinion. In most cases, those opinions are valid. US Defense Systems, i.e. equipment is designed and tested to meet to a set of “Functional Requirements". This includes small arms. Concerning small arms requirements: Sniper rifles must be capable of specific accuracy at specific distances. A high rate of sustained fire is not part of their requirements. One might ask why? I was not a sniper in the Marines but I served a number of them. To a man, none would discuss any kills. They would however discuss tactics. An important rule for them was; “The enemy cannot locate them from hearing one shot. Shoot twice and they will know your location.” That would bring hell on earth down on their position. Additionally, if a two-man sniper team gets into a fire fight they will be outgunned. Those situations would be counterproductive. Requirements for an infantry rifle include less stringent accuracy but very high reliability for tens of thousands of rounds. Those “evaluations” include continued bursts of high rates of timed sustained fire. Just look up exploded parts diagrams for 1903A3 Springfield, M1 Garand and M-14, M-16, AK-47 and so one. You will see that they do not all have controlled round feed but they do have big and strong extractors. On the Marine Corps Rifle Team I fire thousands of rounds in rapid fire with an M-14. I also fired quite a few rounds in the same at Division-level matches and practice with the M-16A2. An M-14 bolt roller (guide roller) broke on me once but those rifles never failed to chamber rounds and extract brass. The M-16 never failed to extract brass but with a bad magazine, weak magazine spring, or improperly seated magazine, the bolt could ride over the rim and subsequently smash into the body of the body of the round, resulting in a jam. While relatively common with an M-16, I never encountered this, or even heard of this for an M-14. At NRA matches there were bolt action “Match Rifles” shot by some civilians (military personnel had to shoot Service Rifles). I would watch in amazement how quickly and smoothly the competitors would operate their bolts during rapid fire. Some would even have roller knobs on their bolts! Some of those guns were of course Remington 700’s and 40X’s. I wonder how many of them had Sako or M-16 extractors? I imagine that an experienced competitor using a Remington with a standard clip extractor would periodically replace that tiny thing. The bottom line is that during matches there are alibis for equipment failures. Angry cape buffalos do not know what an alibi is. There is nothing wrong with a Model 700. They are great rifles! I will never sell my M700 Classic in .30-06. For me, it has taken quite a few whitetail deer and a few woodchucks. I also have 40X long range target rifles. I will however choose a CFR or better yet, a double rifle for dangerous game. To paraphrase Skeeter Skelton’s responses to Jeff Cooper concerning their long ago ongoing debate of revolver vs. automatic handguns, “I’ll take a controlled round feed rifle, you can take your chances!”  

Joker12 said: The biggest problem with the Remington 700 isn't that its push feed its that the extractor has a history of separating from the bolt leaving you with a spent case in the chamber. In a rifle intended for something that can kill you its just a poor choice. Click to expand...

As stated above, the weakest part of the Remington Model 700s action is its extractor. The extractor design is not great, but can be made much better by having a Sako extractor installed. Accuracy from my Model 700s is fantastic. Typically better than Winchesters or Brownings that I’ve owned.  

Nickcusato said: I am looking at a Remington 700 chambered in 458 Lott. Not sure of what its worth. I am a CZ, Model 70, Mauser type action fan. Any thoughts on Remington action & dangerous game? Advice on Remington 700 in larger cal. as I have stayed away from them. Any input is appreciated. Click to expand...

All firearms (or anything made by humans for that matter) have a lemon in their gene pool if you look hard enough. I would be much more concerned with who did the custom work than it being a push feed rifle. In most cases, when I have seen an issue with a firearm, it was operator headspace or somebody with a Dremel tool made it "combat/safari ready". Regardless of brand, action, or expert advice, you must have confidence (via training) in your tools. Safe shooting  

SFRanger7GP said: All firearms (or anything made by humans for that matter) have a lemon in their gene pool if you look hard enough. I would be much more concerned with who did the custom work than it being a push feed rifle. In most cases, when I have seen an issue with a firearm, it was operator headspace or somebody with a Dremel tool made it "combat/safari ready". Regardless of brand, action, or expert advice, you must have confidence (via training) in your tools. Safe shooting Click to expand...

Regarding the initial question that started this thread, are you actually going to use the rifle to hunt for something that might take umbrage at being shot at and has the wherewithal to do something about it, or is this just a "toy shooter"? Might make a difference in your decision to buy or not.  

JPmbogo said: Regarding the initial question that started this thread, are you actually going to use the rifle to hunt for something that might take umbrage at being shot at and has the wherewithal to do something about it, or is this just a "toy shooter"? Might make a difference in your decision to buy or not. Click to expand...

Hogpatrol

  • Mar 27, 2022

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Plunger extractors struggle to eject live rounds when cycled full speed. They generally do fine with empty cases. So, a dud will likely fail to eject if you cycle the bolt quickly. Beyond that, the round actions are accurate and reliable. They are sub optimal in heavy calibers.  

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  16. Remington 700 safari grade 458 win.mag

    SOLD - $1,700.00. Shipping: $35.00. Accepted Payment Methods: Returns: No Returns. Description: Remington Model 700 KS Safari Stainless Steel Kevlar stock 22 Inch Barrel Chambered in 458 Win.Mag Mfg.at Remington custom shop Jan 1999 Scope and mounts are not part of sale Serial Number will be provided to those who wish to purchase Was fired four ...

  17. Remington Model 700 Safari Grade 458 Win Mag

    SOLD - $1,500.00. Shipping: $45.00. Accepted Payment Methods: Returns: No Returns. Description: I have for sale a Remington Model 700 Safari Grade rifle chambered in 458 Win Mag. This weapon has been a safe queen and it's time to go to a new home. Just the rifle is being sold no ammo. Willing to meet face to face or FFL to FFL transfer. $1500 obo.

  18. Remington 700 Safari .458 Winchester

    Remington 700 Safari .458 Win Mag (More Pictures Added) Trying to see what this is worth right now. A gal at work is trying to sell a gun for her brother. ... MODEL 700 SAFARI GRADE .375 H&H, 8mm Rem. Mag. (new 1986), .416 Rem. Mag. (new 1989), or .458 Win. Mag. cal., heavier 700BDL barrel, 3 shot mag., 24 in. barrel, available with either ...

  19. Remington ~ 700 Safari ~ .458 Win Mag.

    Remington ~ 700 Safari ~ .458 Win Mag. Description: This is a sharp looking and like new Remington 700 rifle in .458 Win Mag. The rifle has a very nice walnut stock with a satin finish, duel cross bolts with wood caps, a checkered pistol grip and sling studs. The rifle looks to have been fired a few time but not much.

  20. 458 Winmag Firearms for Sale

    Remington 700 Custom KS Safari 458 Winchester Mag Bolt Action Rifle ... Remington Model 700 ABG .458 Win Mag Bolt-Action Rifle $ OUT OF STOCK. Remove from Compare Add to Compare. Remington 700 Safari KS SS 458 Win Mag $ OUT OF STOCK. Displaying results 1-10. 10 total results.

  21. Remington 700 in 458 Lott

    Mar 25, 2022. #2. A Remington 700 is great for target shooting, woodchucks at 400 yards, deer hunting and so on. It will function until it does not. That's not good for animals intent on killing you. Since you live in the USA and can choose most any rifle, if it were me, I'd bet my life on CRF in a M70, CZ, or Mauser.