Like they said. It's a fixed internal magazine where the bottom floor plate opens out like a small door. So, imagine the floor plate of a detachable magazine except that floor plate has a hinge at the front end where the plate opens out, but the magazine does not detatch, the magazine spring and follower are also attatched to that floor plate. On the 700 BDL the floorplate release is a flush square button in the trigger guard just forward of the top of the trigger.
A word of advise with that 700 BDL. Don't allow the bolt to slam forward on it's own. It will easily do that when the action is open and the rifle is pointed muzzle down. Also the 700 BDL will need to be fitted with a much better aftermarket rubber recoil butt pad. Consider a Pachmayr butt stock recoil pad. For some odd reason Remington has found it cheaper for them to put a basic hard plastic butt plate on that gun, and those tend to really make shooting it (in a caliber like .30-06) very uncomfortable. Hope this helps.
Accuracy. What an incredible way to give yourself a true advantage.
Go to your club and get a bunch of guys together - and put a target out there at 250 meters. Break out the deer rifles and see who can shoot a decent group, even off of the bench, at this distance. I think you will be shocked at how few can do it.
So - with that in mind, I recently set out to try to develop a semi-custom rifle that I could afford and that would shoot - repeatedly - at MOA.
I started with a platform that I love...