Remington 700 Accessories

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.


Harris HBLMS Bipod
  • Ultralight 14 oz.
  • Extends from 9″ to 13″
  • Leg notches in 1″ increments.
  • Legs are spring loaded, for fast deployment.
  • Swivels (tilts) to compensate for uneven terrain.
  • Has a built in sling swivel stud to attach the sling.
    100% Made in the USA

Harris bipods have been a favorite of hunters and competitive shooters for nearly forty years. MADE IN THE USA.

Price: $120.

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Harris HBLMS Bipod
MDT Ckye-Pod

The MDT CKYE-POD was developed for the competitive shooter with a focus on strength, single handed operation and versatile configurations.

Featuring 3 locking positions from front to back – stowed, angled and down. With quick single-handed adjustable height, allowing you to achieve from 4.5” to 15.5”, paired with 170 degrees of cant, 360 degrees of pan capability, and an integrated barricade stop.

Price: $550

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Scope Mounts

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.

Seekins Precision Scope Ring

Scopes are only as good as the rings they are mounted in. Seekins Precision Scope Rings are the best available through superior design, precision machining and obsessive attention to detail. Built to the 1913 Picatinny Specification from 7075-T6 aluminum, these Seekins scope rings are available in different heights and sizes to accommodate most rifle and optic combinations.

Price: $120-150

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30mm: Low Height, High Height
34mm: Low Height, High Height

Seekins Precision Scope Ring
Spuhr Rifle Scope Mount

The Spuhr ISMS (Ideal Scope Mount System) is an extremely sturdy scope mount, with the possibility to attach multiple optical accessories directly to the mount. Built-in scope level and 45-degree split of the rings provides unobstructed view of your optics knobs. The durable design of the mounts prevents damage to the scope due to flexing during heavy recoil. The rings are grooved on the inside for better grip and the mount base is milled from a single billet of aluminum.

Price: $410

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30mm or 34mm

Spuhr Scope Mount

Muzzle Devices

Area 419 Hellfire Muzzle Brake

The Area 419 Hellfire Muzzle Brake isn’t just any standard muzzle brake. The self-timing design installs easily and features an independent collar that enables users to keep the brake ports lined up correctly without shims. In addition, rifle zero is preserved after the addition or removal of the brake.

  • Matte-black and stainless finishes available
  • Made from stainless steel
  • Universal adapter attaches with any 5/8-inch wrench

Price: $170

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Area 419 Hellfire Muzzle Brake

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.