Do your research on what processes comprise a "blueprinted" receiver then ask the seller specific questions on what exactly was done and who blueprinted the receiver. If you can't get straight forward replies then walk away. If you get a name take the time to contact the gunsmith with the serial number of the receiver. In this day and age most Remington receivers are touted as being "blueprinted" with the accompanying jacked up price.I'm looking at a rifle & the owner says it has been blueprinted & tuned. What does that mean or does it mean anything? Thanks
Based only on my experience - you are correct about the 722 and 721 Rem actions --I have found over the years bluprinting Remington actions that the early 721 and 722 actions make the 700 actions look really bad. The machining, fit and finish are well and above the 700's just don't use the triggers!!!