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Re: savage 111 rebarrel help

I you are going the route of a barrel blank, I would go with Lothar Walther. It's German stainless which is 550 vs US stainless that is 416. I have been very pleased with my barrel. It is very accurate. May want to go that route. E.R. Shaw is going to be your cheapest option.
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    Re: savage 111 rebarrel help

    Criterion barrels made by Kreiger is the way I would go these days. Over the years I have shot pretty much everyone's without too many issues except from one company in Montana.
    Jim at Northland is top of the line in my book and in stock Kreiger barrel for $250. sure has my attention.

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    Re: savage 111 rebarrel help

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    Originally Posted by hammertyme View Post
    Criterion barrels made by Kreiger is the way I would go these days. Over the years I have shot pretty much everyone's without too many issues except from one company in Montana.
    Jim at Northland is top of the line in my book and in stock Kreiger barrel for $250. sure has my attention.

    Contact Information for NSS:
    E-mail - briggs.j-b@q.com (that is Q.com not G.com)
    Phone - 763/682-4296
    Fax - 763/682-6098
    Mailing address:
    PO Box 333
    Buffalo, MN 55313

    .

    Jim Briggs
    NSS

    Beakus are you set up for precision stress relieving at your shop?
    No,we dont do it in house we outsorce to a couple of place that have to on boeing's cert.list. One less hassle for us to mess with.
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    Re: savage 111 rebarrel help

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by hammertyme View Post
    Criterion barrels made by Kreiger is the way I would go these days. Over the years I have shot pretty much everyone's without too many issues except from one company in Montana.
    Jim at Northland is top of the line in my book and in stock Kreiger barrel for $250. sure has my attention.

    Contact Information for NSS:
    E-mail - briggs.j-b@q.com (that is Q.com not G.com)
    Phone - 763/682-4296
    Fax - 763/682-6098
    Mailing address:
    PO Box 333
    Buffalo, MN 55313

    .

    Jim Briggs
    NSS

    Beakus are you set up for precision stress relieving at your shop?
    Another vote for Jim. He can set you up with what you need at a great price.
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