Woodman Arms Patriot™ Muzzleloader
vs. Remington Model 700® LSS Ultimate
In a head-to-head product comparison, the Patriot™ Muzzleloader offers some major distinctions hunters look for in a rifle.
Weight: At less than 6 pounds out of the box, the Patriot™ Muzzleloader is an easy to carry slim line compared to the heavier Remington 700 LSS which weighs in at over 8.5 pounds.
Caliber: The Patriot™ Muzzleloader out-does most muzzleloaders with its interchangeable barrel available in both .40 & .50 caliber. The Remington is only available in .50 caliber.
Durability: One of the most distinguishing characteristics of the Patriot™ Muzzleloader rifle is its Melonite QPQ treated stainless steel barrel. Treated with this trademarked Quench-Polish-Quench Nitride process, the Patriot™ Muzzleloader rifle becomes impervious to corrosion. Compared to the stainless steel barrel from Remington, hunters can better protect their investment with the Patriot™ Muzzleloader rifle.
Maintenance: Built to run and gun, regular cleaning is not necessary to keep the Patriot™ Muzzleloader rifle performing with accuracy and reliability. The Remington Stainless Steel barrel requires regular cleaning after each shot to maintain accuracy and performance.
Stock Style: The Patriot™ muzzleloading rifle is available in five different hardwood laminated stocks. The Remington 700 LSS is available in a laminate wood or synthetic stock.
Bigger vs Better
Woodman Arms is a small, specialized gun manufacturer that is focused and thorough in maintaining the highest standard of firearm engineering and production.
While Remington has been a part of American firearms manufacturing for over 200 years, as the largest producer of firearms in the U.S., it is a publicly traded corporation.