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Thread: KRG BOLT LIFT REM700 "Rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

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    KRG BOLT LIFT REM700 "Rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

    Hi Guys

    I have just got hold of my second KRG bolt lift kit. They are cool, as one of life`s "How much for a bit of Plastic" brigade I am glad I took the plunge I don't expect it to put more venison in the fridge but it has made such a difference to the rifle.
    Supplied by Black Rifles a very fast delivery and easy ordering on line.
    Both 700s are now ready for range and wood.
    See you soon mike Dico (Calton moor) come the season!

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    As I had no idea what you were on about so did a little web surfing and found out what it is your on about even watched a video of someone fitting one together and the only thought that comes to mind is WHY?

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    I have them on both my REM 700s and they are great for that fast follow up rapid reload or multi shots on vermin etc,,,, makes the bolt lift much much better....
    .22lr, .22lr .222, .223, .243, .270, .308 , 12g fac, 12g, 12g, 12g, 12g
    and still growing.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by exmarksman9870 View Post
    I have them on both my REM 700s and they are great for that fast follow up rapid reload or multi shots on vermin etc,,,, makes the bolt lift much much better....

    This suggests that the bolt lift or the effort to lift the bolt is a problem on your rifles and I do not remember the bolt lift being heavy or hard on John's VSS or on Tim's ADL. As this was quite a few years back now this leaves me wondering if newer 700's are not made the same and so causing the need for bolt on bits of plastic.

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    "Follow up shot"?
    whats that?...

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    In my opinion I think they are fugly.
    I much prefer the badger type tactical bolt handle.
    As long as it works and you are pleased......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conure View Post
    This suggests that the bolt lift or the effort to lift the bolt is a problem on your rifles and I do not remember the bolt lift being heavy or hard on John's VSS or on Tim's ADL. As this was quite a few years back now this leaves me wondering if newer 700's are not made the same and so causing the need for bolt on bits of plastic.
    The .243 ss dm is 20 years old .223 vssf is one of the last made..... both bolts lift perfect I just like to bolt plastic bits on.....
    Last edited by exmarksman9870; 07-06-2016 at 22:54.
    .22lr, .22lr .222, .223, .243, .270, .308 , 12g fac, 12g, 12g, 12g, 12g
    and still growing.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bewsher500 View Post
    "Follow up shot"?
    whats that?...
    As in you take a shot at a deer,, just as u pull the trigger it steps and you miss the vital so a fast follow up shot to quickly and humanly dispatch the animal
    This happend to me and resulted in nasty gut shot,,,
    .22lr, .22lr .222, .223, .243, .270, .308 , 12g fac, 12g, 12g, 12g, 12g
    and still growing.....

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    Ugly.
    Really ugly.
    Looks like someone stuck a lump of excrement onto the bolt.~Muir

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    Reminded me of a rifle pawned at the local trading post, no doubt by a tacticool tribesmen. Had to take a pic. Click image for larger version. 

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