The 700 ADL Tactical HB is in fact a special version of the classic Remington rifle, with carbon steel heavy barrel with blued finish and threaded muzzle with muzzle cap.

Among the calibres available there is also the 6.5 Creedmoor, for which Remington produces different loads, both hunting and Match-type.
The particular design of the receiver with a blind magazine offers more rigidity to the action for better accuracy. The ergonomic stock is made of synthetic material and has a Flat Dark Earth (sand colour) finish with non-slip inserts on the grip areas.

The Remington 700 ADL Tactical features the X-Mark Pro trigger with adjustable pull weight  between 3 and 5 pounds (1360-2270 grams). The trigger is factory set at 3.5 lb / 1600 grams. The new rifle is available in the new and sought after 6.5 Creedmoor calibre in addition to the usual .223 Remington and .308 Winchester. In calibre .223R the capacity of the magazine is 5 cartridges, in 6.5C and .308W it is 4 rounds. Barrel length is 24” / 61 cm for the .223 and 6.5 models, while for the .308 calibre it’s 20” / 51 cm long.

The rifle is shipped without iron sights but is fitted as standard with a Weaver-type 15 MOA rail.