This rifle was originally a .338 RUM - now with a new Douglas sporter barrel - so it will feed and cycle.
The new barrel has less than 150 rds. through it.
'Can shoot under 1-inch at 100-yards with hunting bullets.
(Nosler 210-gr. Partitions going 3100+ fps.)
What will it do with 210, 250, and 300-gr. target projectiles?
The rifle is rather light - standard 700 BDL sporter in weight.
The muzzle brake is amazing in reducing muzzle rise and felt recoil - quite stationary, indeed.
And the Sako-style (AR-15-style) extractor is positive and easy on the brass.
If you can handle a (brakeless) 7mm mag or a .300 WM - you can handle this rig in the field.
$950. (Guncase included.)
FREE S/H (48 States).
Money order or Cashiers check.
QUOTE: "The following loads were developed by our friend James, who kindly agreed to let us add them here. The rifle was a custom Remington 700, with a Douglas Premium, stainless steel barrel finished at 26". James used Remington brass and the Federal 215 primers. All groups were 3 shots at 100 yards. Some of those groups were not chronographed, that is why there is no velocity mentioned for them."
I have recently moved, and cannot find the target groups with the Noslers, but they were sub MOA.
Nosler 210 Partition bullet
102 grains of Retumbo (103 is Max Load)
Federal Mag Match primers
The trigger is set rather light (2 lbs.)
Last edited by Lefty G-gear; 10-11-2010 at 01:31 PM.