Rated 3.6 out of 5★ by 11reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by jrhodes97 Disregard the negativity The Remington 770, I bought my son, right out the box, 9 rounds to zero. gave the rifle to him, he shot 3 rounds touching each other at 100 Yards. Today is the first time that he has ever "seriously" shot. usually just plinks with the .22. If you are looking for an affordable rifle, that is reliable, or first timers hunting rifle, I would recommend it. the "sticky" in the bolt can be gotten rid of by simply removing the bolt, and applying some elbow grease, and Hoppes. 01/19/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by livingwithRob Don't waste your money!!!! Bought this rifle for my son last month in 30-06. Took the rifle out to the range for sighting today and discovered how badly built this Remington 770 is! I am a former competetion shooter and have owned a Remington 700 (Fine rifle) for over two decades. Very disappointed that Remington would sell a rifle with the low quality bolt and milling as I currently find in the 770. I will be returning this junk to Remington and will pay the difference to get a model 700. I recommend that you skip the 770 and pony up a few more dollars and get a 700, you will be pleased. 04/28/2013
Rated 2 out of 5★ by LoveMyWifeAndBoys Do not buy. Pros: Out of the box you can shoot .308 with a very inexpensive rifle. If you are going hunting this is a very good first gunCons: The scope is garbage. The front sling mount will break if you attempt to affix a bipod. The bolt is not smooth at all. The stock can basically never be replaced (without contacting Remington and they will likely want almost half what you paid for the gun as payment).In short, do not buy this gun. Save your pennies and buy the much more reliable Remington 700. 05/15/2013