The gun had a blind internal box magazine with a three-round capacity, and was initially offered in .260 Rem., .270 Win., .7mm-08 Rem., and .30-06 Springfield. In 2007, Remington unveiled a modified version called the 700 Alaskan Ti. This gun had what Remington called a “magnum contour” fluted, 24-inch stainless barrel, yet weighed only 6 ¼ pounds. Chambered for nine cartridges ranging from .7mm-08 Rem. to .300 Win. Mag., it had a hinged-floorplate magazine with a four-round capacity in standard calibers and three rounds in magnum chamberings. The gun also had an MSRP that was nearly double the $1,199 price of the original. That was a pretty steep price for a factory rifle at the time, and possibly contributed to the gun’s eventual demise.