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Unread 03-31-2004, 08:45 PM
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Re: left handed rifle

im in the southeast(lancaster county)
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    Unread 03-31-2004, 08:49 PM
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    Re: left handed rifle

    wouldnt the ultra mag burn barrels pretty quick?
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    Unread 03-31-2004, 09:37 PM
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    Re: left handed rifle

    Why not a sendero? Its just exactly like the 700 vs only with a stainless fluted barreled action and in magnum calibers(7 rem, 300 win, All the RUMs). I would think if they make the VS in LH then you could get a LH sendero too.

    Also take a look at the win model 70 coyote, in any of the WSMs. Its a wide laminated stock and heavy stainless barrel. Looks like its gunna be a good accurate long range gun once i get the trigger lightened up, and if you got one of these in 7 WSM you could use the same ammo in you mountain and your LR rifle(not positive they make this one in LH tho).

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    Unread 03-31-2004, 10:21 PM
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    Re: left handed rifle

    I imagine that your going to do alot of shooting with this gun, and those big mags kick alot, and after a few rounds your shoulder feels like jello and groups go to hell and you will never be able to shoot really good with a gun that beats you up, you also dont need that much power to get out to 800 yards, get your self a good cheap action, a target style stock from richards microfit, order a 30-32" pac-nor barrel chambered in 260rem or 6.5/284, have your gun smith friend true action and fit barrel, and you'll have a gun that you'll be able to shoot very accuratly at what ever range you want to shoot, and it will have more than enough energy for deer at 800, and the best thing is that it will cost under $800

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    Re: left handed rifle

    I have an old remington action I might use. As for recoil the 7mm is fairly light. Ive been shooting a pretty light .300 weatherby since I was pretty small so I guess im pretty recoil tolerante
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    Unread 04-06-2004, 11:37 PM
     
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    Re: left handed rifle

    Do you know Lowell Amand? He lives in Lititz.
    He and his son shot at Williamsport.I believe either he or his son were left handed and may have something you are looking for. I know he had a couple guns for sale last year.
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