Just make sure it ain't one of the MFR Error 700's from pre-2005.
Take it to the range, place towards target and make CERTAIN it is pointed downrange towards a target and call for Hot Range.
Place the safety on Fire.
Wiggle the bolt handle...if it fires, send it to Remmy for Warranty Work.
If it doesn't fire, then put the safety from SAFE to FIRE, then place it from FIRE to SAFE.
If it doesn't go bang while playing with the Safety with finger off
the trigger, you got a good one.
If it goes bang while fiddlin with ANYTHING BUT THE TRIGGER, send it back to Remmy for Warranty Work.
Just something ya gota check with Remmy 700's...last thing anyone wants is to put holes where they don't belong...
especially when you ain't even touching the trigger.