Originally Posted by shank0668
I have a lead on a 7MM SAUM Remington 700. It has a stainless barrel. It has a Leupold 6-18 scope on it. Nice gun, fired 40 times or so. I am curious on whether I should pursue it? My understanding it is a short action gun, so is it at all possible to rebarrel it to something more common if ammo gets too hard to find? Like a 308 Win? It is coming with 100 rounds of fired brass, and probably 40 rounds of factory Remington ammo.
What should I pay for it? Its in excellent condition.
The 7mm SAUM has a magnum bolt face, so if you re barrel,ed it it could be any short magnum without any bolt work.
The 7 SAUM is a good round and if you reload there should be no problems (Any more than with
any other components)getting bullets and primers.
If it is a factory rifle with a stainless barrel and action, It should be worth anywhere from $500.00
to $700.00 depending on the condition without the scope. the scope, if in good condition should be
If it is an after market barrel add $150.00 to $300.00 to the price depending on the make of
You do the math and see if it is in or below those prices. I would not pay more than that for it
in any configuration.
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