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Remington Defense M24 7.62 NATO 24" Rifle 86715

SKU: 86715-Remington

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Remington Defense M24 7.62 NATO 24" Rifle 86715

SKU 86715-Remington

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Description

Involved in every US military conflict since Operation Just Cause, the Remington M24 Sniper Rifle has proven itself as a versatile, accurate, and valuable tool in the hands of any marksman. For the first time ever, the legendary Remington M24 Sniper Rifle is now available for pre-order exclusively from EuroOptic! Only 500 of these special edition rifles will be available to the general public – each with the prefix "ASA1987" commemorating the founding of the US Army Sniper School and Army Sniper Association in 1987. Every M24 sold as part of this special event was hand-built by the same craftsmen who have been manufacturing the M24 Sniper Rifle as part of the M24 Sniper Weapons System for the last 30+ years. This rifle is a must have for any collector, precision shooting enthusiast, or former DoD sniper who may have trained or was deployed with the M24 Sniper Weapon System (SWS).

The M24 Sniper Rifle is chambered in 7.62x51mm NATO (.308 Winchester) is outfitted with a 24" 416 stainless steel bull (#8 contour) barrel. The barrel is 5R rifled with a 1:11.25" right hand twist that provides excellent accuracy for almost all .308 loads. Additionally, the barrel features a post for the attachment of a front target sight found on all M24 Sniper Rifles. Despite being chambered for a short action cartridge the M24 is built on the Remington 700 long action – allowing the rifle to be rechambered for the .300 Winchester Magnum (bolt change/modification required), a request made by the US Army when the M24 was developed.

The single stage trigger was designed specifically for the M24 Rifle, is externally adjustable from 3.5-5 pounds, and the internal magazine holds up to 5 cartridges. The stock of the M24 Sniper Rifle is as solid as they come – produced by HS Precision, the stock is made from aramid fiber-reinforced composite. Additionally, the stock is hand adjustable for length of pull. The M24’s action is mounted to the stock via rigid aluminum mounting block that free floats the rifle's barrel for enhanced accuracy and repeatability when using a bipod or shooting bag. The M24 ships in a Plano ProMax PillarLock Scoped rifle hard case.

Don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity to own the M24, a rifle that has served honorably and reliably with members of the US Armed Forces for three decades!


Specifications

Caliber:.308 Winchester / 7.62x51mm NATO
Weight:11 lbs.
Rifle Overall Length:43"
Action:Bolt Action
Rem 700 Long Action
Trigger:Remington M24 Trigger
3.5-5 lbs.
Safety:Rem 700 Style Safety
Rifle Barrel Length:24"
416R SS
Made at RD Facility in Ilion NY
Rifle Barrel Twist:1:11.25
5R Rifled
Rifle Stock:HS Precision Composite with Aluminum Mounting Block
Scope Mount:8-40 Tapped
Magazines Included:Internal 5 Round Magazine
Iron Sights No
Caliber or Gauge:7.62 x 51mm NATO
HandednessRight Hand
Item ConditionNew
Product TypeRifles
MPN86715



Reviews

Reviews for Remington Defense M24 7.62 NATO 24" Rifle 86715

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by on August 7, 2019

Been looking to own this rifle for the longest time. When I received an email that EuroOptic will be working with Remington to release a handful of these rifles, I got excited knowing that I wouldnt have to shell out $5k-$7k for an SWS kit. I do have a question though...what will these rifles come with? Will these come with the iron sights as depicted in the picture and maybe even a sling? Hoping someone from EuroOptic can chime in.

EO: Hey Mike, yes, we're excited too - this is really a special opportunity, the M24 is an awesome piece of history and it's important also to note that Remington Defense is making these, not Remington's regular commercial division. With respect to the kit, it will be minimal; it will have the sights as pictured, but it will not include a case or a sling. These items drove up the cost of the item exponentially, and the rifle as we're selling it is the best value for everyone from our judgement. We are having some custom cases made up for these - as soon as we have them in our catalog, they'll be linked to this listing.

Edit 10/23/2019:
To confirm, these M24s are drilled and tapped for the rear iron sight mount but will only include the front iron sight mount and riflescope bases.

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by on October 24, 2019

I love the M24 SWS. And because of that I bought a Remington 700 5R GEN 1. I have a quick question. Besides the Prefix “ASA1987”, are there any other part of the gun that is different from the legit M24 that was issued to the US Army? I understand this is a commemorative edition.

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by on August 5, 2019

The statement, "Despite being chambered for a short action cartridge the M24 is built on the Remington 700 long action – allowing the rifle to be rechambered for the .300 Winchester Magnum,..." is somewhat misleading since the rim diameters of the two cartridges are different. So, beyond rechambering, the buyer would need to replace the bolt or have the original bolt face enlarged. EuroOptic-- good point, deserves a little research and rewording. On it.--

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by on October 17, 2019

Just received mine this past Tuesday and it's the real deal. comes with an inexpensive hard-case and has the 2 piece picatiny bases on the action and the front sight dovetail base and this rifle is NIB

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by on August 8, 2019

Do these have new stocks or do they have the "re-issued" stocks and hardware like the ones Remington released a few years ago? EuroOptic: These will have new stocks.

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by on January 25, 2020

My rifle is 1/2" MOA out of the box with match & handloaded ammo. Love it.

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by on August 19, 2019

I just had my local FFL get one on order for me. Couldn't be more excited! I'm also wondering if these have the front and rear iron sight bases, and if they have the sights as well, or, if it just has the front base (without sight) and the two-piece scope bases as pictured?

EO - Edit 10/23/2019:
To confirm, these M24s are drilled and tapped for the rear iron sight mount but will only include the front iron sight mount and riflescope bases.

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by on July 27, 2020

This is an incredible piece of Art. I can’t wait to get it out to the range.

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by on December 18, 2019

Great rifle, well balanced, heavy... but worth every ounce. Waiting to dress it over as soon as possible to test those long shots... Another one is coming.

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by on November 28, 2019

I have a M24 and it really shoots great, I keep reading about how the front and rear sights bases are installed. That is all fine and good, but I want to purchase a set of missing sights.

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by on October 25, 2019

Just got it from my FFL a couple days ago. Absolutely love it. And that is without having shot it yet. But I’m sure it will meet every expectation. I’m glass shopping now and want to put a scope on equally as nice. The case is better than a box. I’ll probably put this in a Pelican or similar.

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by on October 14, 2019

Just got it from my FFL a couple days ago. Absolutely love it. And that is without having shot it yet. But I’m sure it will meet every expectation. I’m glass shopping now and want to put a scope on equally as nice. The case is better than a box. I’ll probably put this in a Pelican or similar.

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by on October 14, 2019

Does this come with BOTH the front and rear iron sight bases? The picture shows only the front but one would think it's completely pointless if it does not have both.

EO: Michael - it does come with both, the initial shipment of rifles for whatever reason did not, and it was from this batch that these photos were taken. FWIW, customers who bought from the first batch were sent their rear sight base, and all future shipments will have them installed.

Edit 10/23/2019:
To confirm, these M24s are drilled and tapped for the rear iron sight mount but will only include the front iron sight mount and riflescope bases.

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by on August 16, 2019

The reason the rifle is chambered in 308 with a long action is because the Army, in particular USASOC wanted to have the ability to convert the rifle to 300wm. This never came to fruition due to a lot of issues to include the cost of 300 win mag ammo. For all intensive purposes the Mk13 Mod 5 and M2010 are M24's that were chambered in 300wm.

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by on February 9, 2020

Purchased one of these a few months back and it has only been a dream to shoot. It has only shot beautifully out to 1000 yards. Really glad i was able to grab one of these and it is one of my favorite rifles in my collection.

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by on August 12, 2019

A buddy of mine got lucky and managed to pickup a rebuilt one recently at a gun show and I've been envious ever since. However, I noticed that his did not come with the rear and front sight mounts, as they were replaced with screws instead. Out of curiosity, will the rifle come with the rear+front mounts/bases so a scope or sights can be attached? Also, how far out is the wait time for one of these currently if I were to buy one? And being a special release in collaboration with Eurooptic, will "Eurooptic" be marked anywhere on the rifle? Thanks.

EuroOptic: Josh, we will not have any special markings on these rifles.

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by on August 8, 2019

Do these have new stocks or do they have the "re-issued" stocks and hardware like the ones Remington released a few years ago?

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