NIB VSSF 308, factory box, papers and DVD. Sent to GA Precision*** for the Following work: Muzzle Brake, Oversized Bolt handle, Bolt release relocated to side of the receiver.
I bought this off a Dealr's shelf but since I have another there was no need to shoot this one! *** Carey Bruner was the person at GA Precision w/whom I spoke, Bruner is no longer w/ GA P.
Trade interest: a suppressor that will accomodate .22Lr to 5.56; another stainless firearm. Price is lowered from $1450 to $1325. shipped, insured lower 48..
The Brakes is removable; the factory barrel length is 26". The threads match 5/8-24 and I use my Sandstorm on my other VSSF/308....just like this one. The rifle is too long for its factory packaging. The approxi cost cost of work approached 5-c notes including ship/ ins both ways when I had this done a few yrs back. The loopy QR rings can be included for extra 25 bucks........the brake adds a couple of inches to the overall length but not to the factory barrel length
Hey all you long range shooting guru's: QUIT emailing me and beating me up on this 'high priced' VSSF....you ain't gonna influence me and it obvious to me you have forgotten one thing that separates this older VSSF FROM the new models:
The new one's that I have seen on the auction sites provide you with a $80 stock this older VSSF has a $300++ HS Precision stock...
Sorry to hear what is going on. I have a 5R that I am upgrading. With the bolt work and the planned muzzle brake install, I will have over $300 plus shipping both ways (+$60) in the upgrade. I paid $950 for the rifle. Not sure on the cost of the side bolt release but you have a nice rifle. I also looked up the cost of the VSSF to compare. You are good to go. It is to bad I have three 308 rifles or I would try to talk you out of this one.