With claims like, being “engineered to make three shots look like one” and the capability of “extended-range big-game hunting to printing one-ragged-hole groups,” it’s no doubt why I chose the Remington 700 Long Range model for my target and hunting rifle. Within recent memory, factory rifles capable of shooting sub-MOA groups wasn’t all that common. But these days, there are several companies offering models that can deliver this type of accuracy at a fraction the cost of a custom precision rifle. Remington took note – the result, a quality rifle chambered in a long-range cartridge and available in an affordable off-the-shelf package. The Model 700 Long Range was born.