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Unread 09-05-2003, 09:35 AM
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DB, as of the 30 Aug I believe this rifle was still available. It would be about the thriftiest way to get into a shootable 338LM. I've got a Gardner built 338LM and had another one I just traded off. Both are 1/2 MOA or better with 300 gr matchkings. His rifles are built to be soldier / cop / marine proof. Mike

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    Unread 09-05-2003, 05:11 PM
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    Re: TRG-S or SENDERO

    Thanks for your replies. Yes the Sako is still available. My only concern is with the scope mounts. I haven't had much luck with the Sako mount/ring combo in the past. What I need is a ring base combo that I can add about 20 MOA and a 30mm tube, like a Farrell base. Does the M995 action have a mounting system like the older Sakos?
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