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Who chambers the 7mm STW & RUM other than Remy???

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Originally Posted by superlite17 View Post
But, do Savages come in the aformentioned calibers?
Not directly, but you can basically change barrels in your basement to about any caliber you might want; all you need is a barrel nut wrench and a go-gauge for the barrel you are installing. See barrels at Custom rifle barrels for varmint hunters to serious benchrest shooters. PAC-NOR Barreling, Inc. - Precision Rifle Barrels - or Welcome to Shilen Rifles, Inc.

For the STW, you could just buy the cheapest savage in 7mm Rem mag you could find, then put a good stock and good 7mmSTW barrel on it and you'd be golden. For the RUM, I'd check with Fred at Sharp Shooter Supply - The Savage Specialists to see exactly what you'd need.

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