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7mm STW Brotherhood - For those who shoot the 7mm Shooting Times Westerner

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Re: 7mm STW Brotherhood - For those who shoot the 7mm Shooting Times Westerner

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A special shout out for " Bro Bean" for doing the count. I was literally in the process of starting a post, to see how could we get it done, and then I found out it was already in process. The phone conversation went something like, " what are you doing"? The response was " counting"! good job bro, I was only off by a few on my estimate!
I second what Bob said.

Thanks Lee for doing the count!
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    I second what Bob said.

    Thanks Lee for doing the count!
    It was my pleasure
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    Re: 7mm STW Brotherhood - For those who shoot the 7mm Shooting Times Westerner

    Can somebody give me the scuttlebutt on the Rem 700 SPS in 7 STW. I've seen two kinds on different sites. One goes for about $550, the other for about $750.
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    Can somebody give me the scuttlebutt on the Rem 700 SPS in 7 STW. I've seen two kinds on different sites. One goes for about $550, the other for about $750.
    Md, the one that is the original one that they came out, last spring. I honestly don't know what the one for $750.00 could be. I haven't heard of that one, if different, unless someone is jacking the price. I have seen that recently, quite a bit. Buyer Beware!!!
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    Can somebody give me the scuttlebutt on the Rem 700 SPS in 7 STW. I've seen two kinds on different sites. One goes for about $550, the other for about $750.
    Md, There have been some really bad vibes on the new SPS Rough chambers and some really rough Tubes I think out of two or three we have dealt with here only one of them shot well without having to be rebarreled ....not to say they are all bad but me personally I would have to take a really close look at it....
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    Re: 7mm STW Brotherhood - For those who shoot the 7mm Shooting Times Westerner

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    Md, There have been some really bad vibes on the new SPS Rough chambers and some really rough Tubes I think out of two or three we have dealt with here only one of them shot well without having to be rebarreled ....not to say they are all bad but me personally I would have to take a really close look at it....
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    Re: 7mm STW Brotherhood - For those who shoot the 7mm Shooting Times Westerner

    The only difference I could tell is the $750 one has a shell capacity of 4+1 compared to 3+1 for the other. The picture of the rifle on the website appears to have a ported barrel.I seen them on gunbroker & budsguns.

    I thought I read of problems on the cheaper one . The other does seem to be different.
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