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Old 06-02-2011, 08:50 AM
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Re: Rebarrel options?

The great news is that you are not limited to the San Diego area. You can ship your rifle to a gunsmith. Kevin Cram is an LRH sponsor and a great gunsmith. He has built two of my rifles.

My 300RUM by MCR

My 260 by MCR

Contact Kevin at www.montourcountyrifles.com
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The 7mm bullets in no way crush what is coming out recently for the 270, quite the opposite!!!
168VLD BC = .648
180VLD BC = .698

What 270 bullet can touch that? the 150VLD BC = .545
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The great news is that you are not limited to the San Diego area. You can ship your rifle to a gunsmith. Kevin Cram is an LRH sponsor and a great gunsmith. He has built two of my rifles.

My 300RUM by MCR

My 260 by MCR

Contact Kevin at www.montourcountyrifles.com
Wow looking att he pictures that guy does some good work.

What barrel manufacturer did you use?

Sorry for the questions but It's my first custom rifle and There is a million options so Im in the dark.
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Old 06-02-2011, 12:28 PM
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Wow looking att he pictures that guy does some good work.

What barrel manufacturer did you use?

Sorry for the questions but It's my first custom rifle and There is a million options so Im in the dark.
Both are Brux Barrels

Lots of options out there though, Brux, Broughton, Krieger....the list goes on and on.
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Old 06-02-2011, 12:31 PM
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Re: Rebarrel options?

Thanks for the info.

Last question........ Can I barrow $800.00 please.....???
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Thanks for the info.

Last question........ Can I barrow $800.00 please.....???
"borrow" implies that you might pay it back!
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