In April, our brother website Tactical-Life.com got an exclusive look at several Remington Defense firearms coming to the civilian market. From multiple variants of the 870 Police shotgun to the M24A2 Sniper Weapon System, we got tingly all over. Thing is, we also managed to sneak in some range time with an absolute gem: the Remington Defense M2010 sniper rifle … not a big deal.
Unlike the other firearms on that list Tactical Life put together, this version of the M2010 will not be available to the general public. We got the ol’ Ballistic VIP treatment for this one. Sorry to throw that one in your face, but we wouldn’t be doing our jobs if we didn’t show it to you.
Remington Defense let Ballistic Magazine precision specialist Sean Utley take the M2010 for a spin. The sniper rifle is truly impressive, as Utley connected on several shots from 1,900 yards.
Watch the video above to see the rifle in action. For more information, please visit RemingtonDefense.com. In the meantime, we’ll beg and plead for Remington Defense to give you a shot to grab one.
Remington Defense M2010 Specs
- Caliber: .300 Win Mag
- Trigger: M2010
- Barrel Length: 24 inches
- Twist: 1:10
- Barrel Material: Hammer Forged FNC Converted Carbon Steel
- Stock/Chassis: RACS Modular Chassis
- Magazine: Five-round Detachable Box
- Weight: 12 pounds
- Length: 46.5 inches (Rifle Only)
- MSRP: Doesn’t matter, you can’t have one
Editor’s Note: We launched Ballistic Precision Magazine in 2018. It was a hit, so you better believe we’re following it up. The 2019 edition of Ballistic Precision is on its way. Digital and physical copies available Aug. 13 at OutdoorGroupStore.com.
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