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Old 10-11-2013, 01:20 AM
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Varberger757, i know a rem sendero in 7mm STW for sale in trondheim. friend of mine is selling.
Thank you for your answer and included offer, but as I posted before won't my rifle project start before May 2014 due to money... The Senderos are superb rifles for righthanded guys, and that's unfortuantely not the case with me. BTW, welcome on board of this site! Nice to have one more here on LRH who is coming from the same country.
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Old 10-11-2013, 01:37 AM
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You might want to check the condition of the throat and bore first
Thanks for the good advice! As you know by now after all our good discussions have I been intrigued by the 7 LRM for future projects. If I can't get a shipping organized due to export restrictions in the US I will go for the 7 RM as originally planned. That's also a very good choice and uncomplicated too. I love to shoot and hunt, but I hate unnecessary complications.
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Old 10-11-2013, 09:32 AM
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Re: For 7 mm enthusiasts

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Thank you for your answer and included offer, but as I posted before won't my rifle project start before May 2014 due to money... The Senderos are superb rifles for righthanded guys, and that's unfortuantely not the case with me. BTW, welcome on board of this site! Nice to have one more here on LRH who is coming from the same country.
Hello, he has no stress selling the sendero.
I have a 7mm STW myself, sako 75. Fantastic caliber, lots of fun.
We are bunch from Norway in here also. Are you at kammeret.no also?
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Old 10-11-2013, 09:57 AM
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Hello, he has no stress selling the sendero.
I have a 7mm STW myself, sako 75. Fantastic caliber, lots of fun.
We are bunch from Norway in here also. Are you at kammeret.no also?
Thanks for the answer! I'm absolutely sure about that your friend won't have any problems selling his Sendero, great rifles and hard to find. I've heard and also read about that the 7STW should be a tricky round to handle due to reloading. What would you mean as a satisfied owner of one?
No, I'm not at kammeret.no so far, but maybe I will.

Personally I'm a little bit preoccupied with thoughts around the 7 LRM (by Gunwerks) as you perhaps could read before, or the usual but lovely 7 RM.
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Old 10-11-2013, 10:13 AM
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VB....You might wanna jump on it. Those are even rare around these parts. I can imagine how rare they are in Norway.
You know that I want to have one build. My plan (hopefully realized in May to July 2014)

actions: Rem 700, Heym SR 20 G / 21 or Win 70, all LH
trigger: Timney for lefties (Rem 700, Win 70) or Jewell
barrel: 26' ss Lilja, Krieger or Walther. My personal favorite is Lilja
Picatinny rail 20 MOA or Talley integral mounts (just seen them)
Leupold VX- 6, 3 -18x50 (30mm) sidefocus, CDS and illuminated B&C reticle
12mm M 15x1 thread for Hdp - muzzlebrake and Stocker 250 suppressor (both Lutz Moeller)
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Old 10-11-2013, 10:19 AM
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Re: For 7 mm enthusiasts

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Thanks for the answer! I'm absolutely sure about that your friend won't have any problems selling his Sendero, great rifles and hard to find. I've heard and also read about that the 7STW should be a tricky round to handle due to reloading. What would you mean as a satisfied owner of one?
No, I'm not at kammeret.no so far, but maybe I will.

Personally I'm a little bit preoccupied with thoughts around the 7 LRM (by Gunwerks) as you perhaps could read before, or the usual but lovely 7 RM.
I have no problem reloading the STW, Vihtavuori N 560 is the solution both 160 accubond and 162 amax are going great in my rifle. Waiting for some 175 accubond lr but it takes some time and efford to get them.
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Old 10-11-2013, 10:23 AM
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Re: For 7 mm enthusiasts

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You know that I want to have one build. My plan (hopefully realized in May to July 2014)

actions: Rem 700, Heym SR 20 G / 21 or Win 70, all LH
trigger: Timney for lefties (Rem 700, Win 70) or Jewell
barrel: 26' ss Lilja, Krieger or Walther. My personal favorite is Lilja
Picatinny rail 20 MOA or Talley integral mounts (just seen them)
Leupold VX- 6, 3 -18x50 (30mm) sidefocus, CDS and illuminated B&C reticle
12mm M 15x1 thread for Hdp - muzzlebrake and Stocker 250 suppressor (both Lutz Moeller)
Give R.Hansen call. Costs alot but it is good ****. Had one in 338 LM from him.
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