Once you’ve made the standard Remington 700 upgrades (stock, trigger, and scope) there’s a whole world of Remington 700 accessories to explore. Bipods, muzzle brakes, silencers, and scope mounts are among the best Remington 700 accessories, and for good reason. These accessories will definitely improve your shooting experience as long as you’re mindful about manufacturing quality and reputation. Unfortunately, there’s a lot of junk being sold out there, and buying an accessory based on a cheap price could cost you missed shots, property damage, and personal injury. Choose your accessories carefully. Here are a few high quality, reliable options.
Most Remington 700s can use simple rifle scope rings (like these Leupold ones $85) that screw directly into the top of the bolt action, but in a few cases you’ll need to install a Picatinny rail on the top of your rifle. Don’t forget to explore the Scope Upgrade page.
Supressors help preserve your hearing, they lead to improved accuracy as a result of a reduction in recoil and muzzle flinch, and they reduce the likelihood of noise complaints from (over)sensitive neighbors. Unfortunately — in some states — it still isn’t legal for the everyday citizen to own one. The American Suppressor Association website will tell you all that you need to know about whether it’s legal to own a suppressor in your state, why you would benefit from owning a suppressor, and how to navigate the red tape when purchasing one. Because they are illegal in some places, I’m not going to link to specific products. But our Manufacturers page includes a list of suppressor manufacturers so that you can do your research and make an informed decision if/when you decide to buy.