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Remington 710/770 Detachable Box Magazine Long Action Calibers 4 Rounds Steel Blued 19635

 
Remington
19635
047700196350
26694
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This is a Remington factory replacement magazine for the Remington 710/770. This is a standard replacement part designed to fit Long Action calibers. The magazine is made from steel and features a blued finish.

Specifications and Features:
Remington 19635
Detachable Box Magazine
Long Action Calibers
4 Round Capacity
Steel Construction
Blued

Fits:
Remington 710/770 Long Action Calibers
.25-06 Remington
7mm Remington Magnum
.270 Winchester
.280 Remington
.30-06 Springfield
.35 Whelen
.300 Win Mag
 

Item#: 26694
Total number of Reviews: 7

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5.0 5
"I hesitated buying these sight unseen, but I'm very happy with the products. Coulld not find a better fit for my Rem 770 30-06. Highly recommend for anyone who wants a OEM replacement mag."
– jim
4.0 5
"I have a 770 and I received a 710 model in the mail, turns out I thought I ordered the wrong one. However, it fit my Model 770 better than the factory 770 mag."
– Drewstein
4.0 5
"Factory/OEM mag. Decent price for a replacement/extra magazine. I purchased three; all worked fine when I was qualifying ammo."
– Strongbow
1.0 5
"I bought one of these for my Remington 770. The first time I shot it out in the field, it came apart. It was in tall wheat stubble and I lost the spring. I would not buy another one."
– Leon
5.0 5
"Have several and all of them works just fine. Easy to load and they just work. Will buy more."
– Durango
5.0 5
"worked fine. exactly what I needed."
– jim
5.0 5
"Mag supplied with my 30-06 Rem 770 was defective. Ordered two of these Rem Certified Parts factory mags. They both function perfect in my rifle. My 770 also had a broken bolt stop. Got a part from Rem and fixed it. Got the bolt working butter smooth. A little tuning and I got a fine rifle. Excellent magazines."
– John Conwell