I am sure the hang up with most is the unique chambering. If we were in an age when you could go anywhere and get a bag of 375 RUM brass to easily form 338 Ultra Maxx brass, I am sure it would have already sold.
Unfortunately, in the current political climate, that is just not the way it is and I am sure some are a bit nervous about getting a wildcat
THis is still a great deal however. Hopefully someone will eventually see it and it will fit their needs and jump on it.
Allen Precision Shooting
Home of the Allen Magnum, Allen Xpress and Allen Tactical Wildcats and the Painkiller Muzzle brakes.
There have only been three 338 Ultra Maxx rifles ever fired. One for the original customer that asked for this wildcat to be made, this rifle that is for sale and my test rifle. My test rifle has sense been rebarreled and is no longer in use.
You missed one Kirby! there is one more that I know of, you built Jeff an Ultra Maxx too.
Any how they do a fine job here is mine being used on a elk.