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Mag. Cap. Barrel Length Rate of Twist OA Length Avg. Wt. (lbs.) Order No. MSRP*
Model R-25™ Specifications
 243 Win Mossy Oak®  Treestand™ 4 20" 10" 39 3/4" 8 3/4 60030 $1,532
 7mm-08 Remington Mossy Oak®  Treestand™ 4 20" 10" 39 3/4" 8 3/4 60031 $1,532
 308 Win Mossy Oak®  Treestand™ 4 20" 10" 39 3/4" 8 3/4 60032 $1,532

http://www.remington.com/products/firearms/centerfire_rifles/model_r-25.asp

 

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Nice, I'm just happy to see that Mossy Oak has brought  back their treestand camo pattern.
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This Remington in 223 caught my eye.  2nd year offered.

Model%207615™%20Camo%20Hunter

The Model 7615 Camo Hunter is essentially a synthetic version of the Ranch Carbine. Fully covered in Mossy Oak® Brush® Camo, it features a velocity-boosting 22" barrel with rifle sights. It’s also drilled and tapped for scope mounts.

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thats cool i was wondering if they would do something with there ar lineup to make some in legal deer calibers
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  Saw the R-25  today at the NRA Convention, great balance for a heavy AR & looks great!
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I like the 7615 --- but for me-- Mossy Oak New Break Up with a collapsible stock , 18 1/2 barrel, and in 308 ....top it off with a low powered variable and you have a great woods gun ... ( maybe even a 338 fed'l )
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the  R-25 is not the same as the bushmaster predator?  Sad
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same parent co. owns Bushy,DPMS, Marlin , H&R, and Remington ....not sure if that's  a good or bad situation.
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Stopped in at competitor to look at one this past week. (308 cal.) It beats a bolt action when your in a tree stand. Just don't lay it down in the woods you might loose it. I haven't decided if the 308 cal. is the way to go. I like my Browing A-bolt II 30-06...
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.308win all the way Bro.

you just can beat, years of solid performance!!!! 
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