10 Shots in Under 10 Seconds – Bolt Action Strasser RS 700 [Video]

Strasser RS 700 Video

Introduction to the STRASSER RS 700 Rifle

Dive into the world of straight-pull rifles with the STRASSER RS 700, a standout bolt action rifle that marries the legendary Remington 700 footprint with STRASSER’s innovative design. This rifle is set to impress with its combination of classic reliability and modern functionality.

Strasser RS 700 on a table
Strasser RS 700

Revolutionary Straight-Pull Action

The STRASSER RS 700 introduces a straight-pull action unlike any other. What sets this rifle apart is its ability to fire rapidly without the traditional bolt-turn and in an action that fits Remington 700 stocks. Watch the video above to see how fast we can shoot and work the action without any practice.

Strasser RS 700 Action and bolt
Strasser RS 700 straight pull bolt is smooth as butter.

Remington 700 Compatibility

Enjoy extensive customization thanks to the RS 700’s compatibility with the R700 SA pattern. This compatibility makes it easy for shooters to upgrade or modify their rifle with a plethora of aftermarket parts and stocks, turning it into the perfect tool for any shooting discipline.

Strasser RS 700 Scope Rail
The RS 700 comes with a scope rail already installed

Precision Engineering

Equipped with a Timney Elite Hunter trigger, adjustable from 2 to 4 pounds, the RS 700 has an excellent trigger. The best news is that it’s compatible with any Rem 700 triggers like the fantastic Triggertech.

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Versatile Caliber Options

The RS 700 is available in 6.5 CM, 308 WIN, and 6.5 PRC. Whether you’re at the range or in the field, these calibers offer the versatility needed to tackle various shooting tasks from precision matches to big game hunts.

Advanced Barrel and Stock Features

Featuring a match-grade, cold hammer forged barrel finished with a PlasOx nitride for extra durability, this rifle is built to last and perform. The 100% carbon fiber stock has aluminum pillar bedding for stability, reduces weight while maintaining strength, and provides an excellent shooting platform.

Strasser RS 700 Tungsten colored Carbon Fiber stock laying on it's side
Strasser RS 700 Tungsten colored Carbon Fiber stock

Practical Magazine and Attachment Options

The RS 700 uses a flush-fit three-round magazine compatible with AICS, ensuring smooth and reliable magazine changes. Additionally, it comes equipped with a front Picatinny rail and a rear sling swivel stud, ready to accept a range of shooting accessories.

Strasser RS 700 show with it's magazine removed.
The AICS footprint magazine is made by MDT.

Pricing and Availability

Offered at $3,599.99 for standard calibers and $3,699.99 for magnum calibers, the RS 700 presents good value considering its features and performance. It’s a smart investment for serious shooters looking to elevate their game.


The STRASSER RS 700 blends traditional design elements with innovative functionality to create a highly efficient and versatile rifle. Perfect for those who value speed, precision, and the ability to customize their shooting experience, this rifle is ready to impress on the range or in the field.

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  • Brian April 19, 2024, 11:46 am

    An ingenious solution to a non-existent problem, but whatever floats your boat; market/sell it and make a buck.

  • Kane April 17, 2024, 9:09 am

    Why would someone want a fast bolt action w/o engaging the locking lugs (Mauser action) when there quality are semi-autos available? What are the draw backs to the straight pull? Is a potential double feed or chamber pressure issues worth the speed? Operating a bolt action at high speed could be target indicators I just don’t get this expensive fast bolt action, or is there nothing to get?

  • 1SG Wriggs April 15, 2024, 7:45 pm

    I’m thrilled you can shot 10 shots in under 10 sec, what a waste of ammo.

  • Clint W. April 15, 2024, 5:12 pm

    Ho hum, Ed McGiverns still has a few records still standing, one of which was firing twice, duplicating his feat, from 15 feet, putting 5 rounds in a target that could be covered by a silver dollar, in 45/100th of a second..with a DA revolver.

  • John April 15, 2024, 9:02 am

    On the Strasser.
    Very impressive , I am not at all interested in how many shots I can get away in 8 seconds,however I am certainly impressed with the action and will be watching for the accuracy tests on this fine looking arm.
    Thank you.

  • Steven Williams April 15, 2024, 8:34 am

    Nice, can you get with left hand operation and right hand eject? If so can the bolt handle be moved to the front for left hand operation. Thanks

    • True Pearce April 15, 2024, 10:36 am

      Hi Steven, If you wanted a left hand operation but right eject you would only change the bolt handle and you’d leave the bolt face alone. You could also order it in this configuration. I’m not sure what you’re asking about with moving the bolt handle to the front.

      • Steven April 15, 2024, 12:01 pm

        If your a right hand shooter like me and you want to keep your eye on the target and not lose your cheek weld while operating the bolt, it would be easier to operate bolt with the bolt located on the front left side. You could rack the bolt without hitting your face. I’ve been waiting for someone to do something like that with the Rem 700 platform for years. Move the bolt handle from the rear right to the front left for a right handed shooter. Of course the empty case must still eject to the right in this configuration. Imagine how quick a follow up shot could be with this new RS 700 action operating the bolt with the LEFT hand.

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