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Accurate Ordnance Built .260 Rem (Done right, Too nice to be a safe queen!)

 
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Old 12-24-2013, 05:07 PM
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Accurate Ordnance Built .260 Rem (Done right, Too nice to be a safe queen!)

Reluctantly, this awesome gun goes up for sale! This is too good a rifle just to go to the range a few times a year. I thought I would keep this one for a long, long time but my shooting opportunities just don't give me the chance to utilize this fantastic rifle's capability and intended style of shooting.

As shown in the picture below, this highly accurate gun lives up to it's name. The target below shows an average group with the load I selected for hunting, but everything I ran through it was far better than MOA. It's a .5 MOA or better gun all day long.

This is a great opportunity for someone to own a great custom rifle with a low round count without waiting 6 months to a year for that new one.

Action: Stiller TAC-30 SA
Stock: Manners T-3 with BDL mini-chassis (skim-bedded)
Stock dipped in ATACS (two tiny blemishes near grip - See photo.)
Barrel: 24" 1:8" Bartlein (Rem. varmint contour)
SureFire 762SS surpressor-ready brake (thread pitch 5/8 x 24)
Bottom metal: PT+G stainless steel

Barreled action cerakoted to match stock

Jewell trigger tuned to 1.5 lbs. (This is by far the best trigger I have ever squeezed!)

Thanks for looking!
Price is $3,300 Plus shipping

***Scope and rings NOT included.***
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Old 12-24-2013, 08:25 PM
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Re: Accurate Ordnance Built .260 Rem (Done right, Too nice to be a safe queen!)

Nice gun ! Where did you get the tripod ? I believe my friend made that at McFadden machine shop near blairsville , pa ?
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Old 12-24-2013, 08:30 PM
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Re: Accurate Ordnance Built .260 Rem (Done right, Too nice to be a safe queen!)

What's the round count?
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Old 12-24-2013, 09:11 PM
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Re: Accurate Ordnance Built .260 Rem (Done right, Too nice to be a safe queen!)

Great eye... that is a Mc Fadden Tripod, absolutely solid shooting platform. Miles ahead of anything else I've tried.

Round Count ...
I don't have an exact count, but am quite certain it couldn't be much over 300.


I failed to put my contact info in the ad but would prefer email or phone contact:

Gary at:
ghay@hopechurch.net or (417)860-5888
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Old 12-26-2013, 08:55 AM
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Re: Accurate Ordnance Built .260 Rem (Done right, Too nice to be a safe queen!)

Post holiday bump.

Might consider trades on high quality optics or high end light weight hunting rigs.
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Old 12-26-2013, 09:17 AM
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Re: Accurate Ordnance Built .260 Rem (Done right, Too nice to be a safe queen!)

I got a 270 Weatherby magnum mark v. It has a Brake on it. Round count about the same. 300. I got the dies, and about 60 shells. Interested?
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Old 12-26-2013, 09:54 AM
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Re: Accurate Ordnance Built .260 Rem (Done right, Too nice to be a safe queen!)

Thanks for the offer but its not quite what I would be looking for.
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