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Old 10-16-2012, 06:23 PM
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Remage build

So I took a rem 700 long action, trued it today them mounted a Critarion Barrel on it with Savage style barrel nut 6.5x55 26 inch varmint contour
mounted a DNZ scope base, will get it out to the range soon



very easy to do
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Re: Remage build

I like the look of it over a standard Savage.

Stupid question.....Do you install barrel like you would on a savage action? In essence making this an easy switch barreled Rem 700?
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Old 10-16-2012, 09:48 PM
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Re: Remage build

aldon yes same as the savage.

fmsniper great looking rifle how do you like the game reaper scope mounts and is that a plus moa or flat mount
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Re: Remage build

I like it, can you tell me the make and model of that stock? I like the sporter look of the stock but with an integraded cheek piece?
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Re: Remage build

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I like the look of it over a standard Savage.

Stupid question.....Do you install barrel like you would on a savage action? In essence making this an easy switch barreled Rem 700?
Yep exactly the same, very easy, only thing I did extra is lap the lugs and true the action
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aldon yes same as the savage.

fmsniper great looking rifle how do you like the game reaper scope mounts and is that a plus moa or flat mount

I like the mount, it's solid, 0 MOA, my Mk4 should cover any MOA needed
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I like it, can you tell me the make and model of that stock? I like the sporter look of the stock but with an integraded cheek piece?
Thanks
Bob
Bob stock is McMillan HTG, I just finished Devcon bedding it, sunny hill bottom metal, I adjusted the factory trigger to 2.5 pounds, later i will change the bolt handle
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