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Old 02-05-2012, 02:55 PM
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BAT HR 7 Dakota Custom

I hate to do this, as I have owned the rifle less than a month. Regardless, I am selling the rifle that I call the “Tiger.” $3,700.00

She is chambered in 7 Dakota. Here are the specs:

BAT model HR single shot action (right port & Right Bolt)
BAT aluminum ADL trigger guard
BAT 20 MOA Rail (BAT 1 piece Rings – 0 MAO)
Jewel Trigger w/o safety set at 1.5 - 2.0 lbs (includes 2nd trigger)
Broughton 5C / 7.9B contour / 1-9 twist finished at 32"
3 Port Muscle Brake
Russo Wildcat Thumbhole Stock (Automotive clearcoat)
Pachmayr Decelorator Pad
Pillar Bedded
All metal work was high luster polished.









Yes it is that stunningly gorgeous in person.

ALSO INCLUDES:
Redding dies;
A NIB Jewel trigger with top safety 2.5 lb trigger; and
97 pieces of neck-turned brass (0.012)
(including 16 loaded rounds with Berger 180s from original owner)(42 freshly annealed brass); (case capacity is 91.7 gr. Water)

The rifle had roughly 100 rounds through it when I bought it; I put exactly 34 rounds through it. I will include the original owner’s load data for Berger 180s @ 3,200fps. I bought it to shoot Cauterucio 189s at 3,100fps and it certainly did that (74.5 to 75.0 gr Retumbo from my lot of Retumbo).

Sadly, I have now learned that I MUST HAVE a stock with an adjustable cheek piece. Rather than strip this rifle and start over, I feel compelled to sell it outright or possibly trade it. $3,700.00

If your ffl needs the rifle to ship from my FFL then ADD $70.00.

DOES NOT INCLUDE THE SCOPE or BIPOD; I'm not currently willing to separate the dies, 2nd trigger or brass at this time.

PM me here of email me at nbrjdvn@gmail.com

Last edited by JeffVN; 02-05-2012 at 04:55 PM.
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Old 02-06-2012, 09:56 PM
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Re: BAT HR 7 Dakota Custom

What a beauty!!! If that beauty was mine I'd get the right stock bed her up and keep that pretty one for saturday nights out. Enjoy the bump!
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Old 02-07-2012, 08:29 AM
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Re: BAT HR 7 Dakota Custom

Here we go again... Free bump for a nice stick.

Good luck selling Jeff.
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Old 02-09-2012, 07:42 AM
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Re: BAT HR 7 Dakota Custom

btt - Will seriously consider trades...

Jeffvn
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Old 02-10-2012, 11:35 AM
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Re: BAT HR 7 Dakota Custom

Another BTT

Also, you state.. "20 MOA rail (BAT 1 pc rings - 0 MOA)"

I do not see any rail, or bases on gun. Could the 1 pice rigs be 20 MOA? That is what mine are.
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Old 02-10-2012, 01:12 PM
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Re: BAT HR 7 Dakota Custom

The pictures show the rifle with the 0 MOA rings installed. I have not posted a picture showing the rifle with the base installed.

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Old 02-10-2012, 06:51 PM
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Re: BAT HR 7 Dakota Custom

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The pictures show the rifle with the 0 MOA rings installed. I have not posted a picture showing the rifle with the base installed.

Jeffvn
That is kinda what I thought, but was not sure . Looks like it needs the bases...I saved all of the pictures om my conputer, and then blew them up...looks like the scope objective is actually resting on the BBL.

Like was stated above....NICE "STICK"!! I love looking at "gun porn"!!
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