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    Default .338 or .375 with iron sights?

    I'm looking for a Stainless bolt action rifle with iron sights that are factory made. I own a Remington 700 BDL, .375 H&H and it came with iron sights. Do they still make this??

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    Default Remington 700 XCR

    Hi,

    Remington makes the 700 XCR with open sights in 375 H&H and 375 RUM. They are good enough for me to hit pop cans at 50 yards. Good Luck in your quest.


    Ron

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    You can get the Rem 375 H&H from their custom shop like that but not sure about off the shelf on the other rem models.

    Doug

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    You can also get the stainless XCR Remington chambered in 375 H&H with iron sights, not just the 375 Ultra Mag.

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    FYI - I have an XCR in .338 and it doesn't come with iron sights!

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    Kusko I just got a Remy XCR in 375 RUM with open sights and a 24" barrel. I had to get a gunshop to bring it up because there weren't any in town/state but i got one!

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    Ruger Pre-Hawkeye .338 KM77RS syn/stainless/sights.
    I prefer the old style stock. I have one rebored to .375 H&H and one rebarrelled to 458 win as well.

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    Default How about a Savage 116

    There's a stainless Savage 116 out there in .375 Holland & Holland w/ a 20" Barrel w/ factory sights with a modest price on it on gunstore shelves everywhere... Browning A bolts put factory sights on SS guns as well.
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    You can buy the sights from Ruger and put them on your rifles. You have to give them the serial number so they make sure you get the proper taper. Jim

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    The savage sights are plastic. The gun does say "Alaskan Guide" on it thou. The browning sights are too small and dainty for my tastes.

    Both guns would be good with sight upgrades.

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