Assuming it is a box stock rifle, probably somewhere between 1 and 2 MOA with good ammo. A simple trigger job will help alot with consistency. also try some different bullet weights to find the one your rifle likes, the lighter weight barrels seem to be a little more sensitive to different weights than the heavier barrels. Hope this helps
gimme a week and hopefully i can tell ya how the Remington 700P shoots
i can legally pick it up tommarrow... actually today since its past midnight... only problem is i have to do something for my girlfriend so i wont be able to pick the gun up till saterday... wont be able to shoot it saterday or sunday but ill be able to shoot it next weekend
they are hunting rifles not match rifles
generally they can shoot minute of deer
you could get a good one that shoots better or one that doesnt shoot as well
you could get a good one that shoots well blow 1 moa but you could get one not as accurate maybe even as bad as 3-4 moa
every rifle is diffenrt and each one will like differnt loads more than others so its really always hard to say
how are you grouping with yours?
what position you shoot? from a bench? are you shooting with iron sights or is your rifle scoped?
its reasonable to expect your rifle to shoot better than that
mine came out of the box shooting 1/4 moa after initial break in but dont expect that every Remington 700 will nor every Remington 700 Police heh i got lucky