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Full Custom 300 RUM Completed!

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Unread 08-30-2013, 03:00 PM
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Re: Full Custom 300 RUM Completed!

yeah I just een that on midway im looking at the 4" box. what im interested in though if I use a choate stock they come with a filler for the bdl box to raise it up since the choate stock is blind mag like a adl. I wonder if I could just make my own filler for the 4" box but if I go with say a 338 norma mag I shouldn't need a different box.
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    Re: Full Custom 300 RUM Completed!

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    yeah I just een that on midway im looking at the 4" box. what im interested in though if I use a choate stock they come with a filler for the bdl box to raise it up since the choate stock is blind mag like a adl. I wonder if I could just make my own filler for the 4" box but if I go with say a 338 norma mag I shouldn't need a different box.
    A filler would be a pretty simple item. We just installed the 3.990" box in a Remington and it allows the 338 Lapua using 300 grain Bergers seated at 3.900" OAL with room to spare. The 338 Norma will be swimming in there.
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    Re: Full Custom 300 RUM Completed!

    That is the nicest looking 300 RUM I have ever seen. Like the grain and color of the stock in the close up!
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