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700 VS 22-250 w/ Nikon Monarch 6.5-20X44

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Unread 12-27-2011, 08:19 PM
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700 VS 22-250 w/ Nikon Monarch 6.5-20X44

700vs in 22-250 round count is 135. Easily shoots sub moa with handloads. Bolt knob, rail bedded, and rem trigger tuned by Jim See @ Centershot Rifles. Has Nikon Monarch 6.5-20X44 with TPS rings, and EGW 20moa rail. Rifle is in great condition only thing I can find is a rub mark from harris bipod on the stock. Bipod is not included. I also have load data, dies and several once fired brass available to the buyer. $1200 OBO plus shipping not really looking for anything trade wise but let me know what you have.


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    Re: 700 VS 22-250 w/ Nikon Monarch 6.5-20X44

    How much for that hot rod or what might you trade for?
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    Is the hair straightener included and is it a CHI?

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    Re: 700 VS 22-250 w/ Nikon Monarch 6.5-20X44

    What is the barrel twist?
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    700vs in 22-250 round count is 135. Easily shoots sub moa with handloads. Bolt knob, rail bedded, and rem trigger tuned by Jim See @ Centershot Rifles. Has Nikon Monarch 6.5-20X44 with TPS rings, and EGW 20moa rail. Rifle is in great condition only thing I can find is a rub mark from harris bipod on the stock. Bipod is not included. I also have load data, dies and several once fired brass available to the buyer. $1200 OBO plus shipping not really looking for anything trade wise but let me know what you have.


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    BTT with price drop $1150 and let me know what you might have to trade!
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