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PixelBender
03-15-2012, 9:48 PM
Is that possible? I've tried googling this a few times and all I get is "Hurp durp this is what a straight pull bolt is mmmkay"

Anyone know is this can be done?
I was watching a video of some guys shooting in some accuracy contest (.22lr I think) and noticed the bolt was a strait pull and thought "can that be done?"

Neva been done b'fo??

milotrain
03-15-2012, 10:07 PM
Nothing is impossible but it's such a fundamental departure from the design of the 700 action that I don't see it as still a 700 action if it is also a straight pull. The lugs would have to be totally different, the extractor/ejector would have to be different. It would be easier to make a straight pull action from scratch than to modify a 700 to a straight pull.

TKM
03-15-2012, 10:23 PM
There are straight pulls out there, but they aren't Rem 700s.

Why not just find yourself a nice biathlon rifle.

http://www.championshooters.com/1827-fbig.htm

osis32
03-16-2012, 1:27 AM
I remember blaser had a straight pull bolt I saw when I was 10. It was the most amazing thing I ever saw at the time. Haven't seen one since.

Dhena81
03-16-2012, 1:34 AM
The swiss made a rifle with one back in the day I forget the name but I'm guessing your getting this from bf3?

thrillhouse700
03-16-2012, 1:39 AM
my L96 and m98b have straight pull bolts :)

elsolo
03-16-2012, 1:50 AM
Swiss K-31
Some Blaser rifles have straight pull

osis32
03-16-2012, 2:33 AM
http://www.snipercentral.com/blaser.htm


pretty freakin sweet if you ask me. price is not far from what I expected. if you have disposable income and can find one Id be jealous.

osis32
03-16-2012, 2:33 AM
http://www.snipercentral.com/blaser.htm


pretty freakin sweet if you ask me. price is not far from what I expected. if you have disposable income and can find one Id be jealous.

HeHateMe
03-16-2012, 6:23 AM
My blaser isn't really a straight pull, it's more like a really shallow half circle. It does down slightly then back, but it's way more fluid than your traditional bolt action rifles and it's hecka fast and smooth.

FIREBALL_BRIAN
03-16-2012, 8:40 AM
+1 Sig blaser

r3dn3ck
03-16-2012, 9:58 AM
I have a mauser 96 straight pull (NO, not a 1896) which is a fine if temperamental rifle. It only likes factory ammo or small base resized and doesn't get shot almost ever. My M95 Steyr is a truer straight pull.