H-S Precision Remington 700 Bottom Metal
If you have an H-S Precision Remington 700 stock and want to convert it to a detachable box magazine the H-S PRECISION REMINGTON 700 BOTTOM METAL should be as close to drop in as possible. Non H-S stocks may require some stock inletting. It’s also important to note that H-S Precision Bottom Metal is not compatible with AICS (Accuracy International) magazines
The H-S Precision Remington 700 Bottom Metal stainless steel conversion kits are designed to convert your Remington 700 BDL hinged floor plate over to a detachable magazine box feeding system. The external dimensions of the floor metal are identical to those of a factory hinged floor plate. Meaning this system will fit any stock with minor to no inletting required. The pro-series floor metal is constructed of stainless steel which is Teflon coated in a matte black finish. It features two positive lock spring tension levers on the bottom of both sides of the floor metal. These levers create resistance against the polymer coated boot on the bottom of the magazine box to ensure a tight fit and eliminate any rattle, whether the box is empty or full. The new skeletonized latch located on the front front of the trigger guard works in conjunction with the robust spring to ensure a positive ejection of the magazine box every time, even with gloves on.
H-S Precision Remington 700 Bottom Metal Technical Specifications
Weight: Long action 3 round – .60 lbs, Long action 7 round – .90 lbs, Short action 4 round – .50 lbs, Short action 5 round – .60 lbs (not available in 223, 22-250, or 220 swift), Short action 10 round – .75 lbs (not available in 223, 22-250, or 220 swift)
Internal Length: Long action – 3.70″, Long action with spacer (6.5×284 or similar cartridge) – 3.10″, Short action – 2.86″, Short action with spacer (.223 or similar cartridge) -2.45″
H-S Precision Remington 700 Bottom Metal Magazines
H-S Precision magazine boxes are constructed of stainless steel, Teflon coated in a matte black finish, and feature an extremely durable polymer boot that encompasses the bottom of each mag. The polymer boot provides a great foundation for easily installing and removing the magazine box. We use a stainless steel follower with an extra large spring to ensure the rounds stack properly, regardless of how long you leave them loaded. They feature a center-feed/center-stack design that allows the cartridge to be directly in-line with the chamber every time, every round. The bolt simply has to push the cartridge out of the magazine box directly into the center of the chamber. In traditional staggered hinged floor plate designs the cartridges must first be aligned in the magazine box before the round can be chambered, they don’t always align properly and won’t feed as reliably. We offer 3, 4, 5, 7, and 10 round magazine boxes depending on long or short action calibers. Another great advantage to our magazine boxes is their versatility. The long internal length of all our boxes will allow the hand loader to optimize his accuracy even with the longest high BC bullets. You can use one of our magazine boxes for almost any caliber simply by adjusting the feed lips. If you have a wild cat or a pesky short mag, don’t worry, simply adjust the feed rails until they feed properly.