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Old 11-29-2012, 10:13 AM
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Re: Need some wisdom on a purchase

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I suppose I should have said the rifle was brand new with 0 rounds down the pipe. I thought the 1200-1500 was a little high for the labor only, but I am wanting a removable muzzle brake, fluted barrel, bolt, skeleton bolt and fluted tac knob. all fluting to have black inlay. Here is a link to some pictures of the rifle I am drooling over CUSTOM REM 700 SENDERO 300 WM SF II TACTICAL KNOB : Bolt Action Rifles at GunBroker.com auction has ended, don't know if it will still pop up.
It still works.

If the stock is the one you want, you also want the customized bolt and handle, and you were going to get the Wyatt's drop magazine then it's not a bad deal. If not, then it's less expensive to buy a new Sendero for $1200 and do what you want with it, if anything.

Rem 7313 700 Sendero SF II Bolt 300 Win Mag 2 : Bolt Action Rifles at GunBroker.com
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Old 11-29-2012, 11:06 AM
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Re: Need some wisdom on a purchase

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This build as you see it was $5260.00

26" krieger barrel fluted, vias brake.
HS stock.
Jewell triger set at 1lb. 4oz.
rem 700 action blue printed.

The groups were all shot at 100yds doing load development. Thanks to advice from this forum I got rid of the flyer. Most of the advice came from Broz he knows what he is talking about. This rifle shots 1/2 or better moa out to 800 yds that is as far as I am shooting right now working my way to 1000+ Hope this gives you an idea of what you can do. You know what they say about pictures. Good luck let us know what you get. Show pics.

Rick
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Old 11-29-2012, 11:09 AM
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Re: Need some wisdom on a purchase

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This build as you see it was $5260.00

26" krieger barrel fluted, vias brake.
HS stock.
Jewell triger set at 1lb. 4oz.
rem 700 action blue printed.

The groups were all shot at 100yds doing load development. Thanks to advice from this forum I got rid of the flyer. Most of the advice came from Broz he knows what he is talking about. This rifle shots 1/2 or better moa out to 800 yds that is as far as I am shooting right now working my way to 1000+ Hope this gives you an idea of what you can do. You know what they say about pictures. Good luck let us know what you get. Show pics.

Rick
I should have mentioned that is with the glass.
Nightforce 5.5x22x56 moar reticle, nightforce20moa base, nightforce light weight rings.
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