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*Lefty's* Just in Time for Hunting Season Price Reduced

 
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Old 09-02-2013, 01:09 PM
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*Lefty's* Just in Time for Hunting Season Price Reduced

Up for sale is a full custom 6.5-06AI, Specs as follows:
6.5-06 AI .297" neck. Total weight of package is less than 8.75 lbs
Pierce Action with fluted bolt and Sako extractor
27" fluted #3 Pacnor 3 groove bbl
Mcmillian A-3 Sporter stock with aluminum pillars installed and fully bedded with <.0015" deflection. Flush cups installed on bottom of stock instead of sling swivels.
Timney Trigger set at 2.75 lbs.
Talley Lighweight aluminum rings
Cerakoted a custom Charcoal color
Leupold 4.5-14x50 30mm Greybull Precision Scope.
Rifle is just broke in with 150 rounds fired. Load has been worked up that will shoot sub .5 moa with a 140 VLD at ~3080. Will include load data with purchase.
I also have a set of custom Hornady dies that I will sell as well. These dies were built for this reamer. I sent 3 fired cases in along with reamer print. They will sell for an additional $175.
I have 100 rounds of Lapua once fired neck turned brass as well that I will sell for $150 (takes time to hydro form and turn necks). The bad part about the brass is that I recently moved and my company hired a moving company to pack me up, so some of my stuff is in storage until my house is built. The brass is among the stuff in storage, it will be available around the first part of Dec. You can use Nosler 280 AI brass for this cartridge that works very well. Lapua load and Nosler shoot very close from past experiences. All you have to do is use the die to bump shoulders and trim the neck length. I can give you dimensions and explain how when you purchase the rifle.

Prices are as following.
Rifle only $2900
Rifle with Scope $4000
Not interested in trades at this time and won't sell dies or brass before the rifle. Must ship to FFL from individual. You can ship me the case you want it in and I will cover shipping to your FFL.
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Old 09-03-2013, 01:59 PM
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Re: *Lefty's* Just in Time for Hunting Season

Great looking rifle! I assume that group was at 100yds. Can you post more pics? I'm a lefty, and this would work well in my collection.
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Old 09-03-2013, 02:29 PM
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Re: *Lefty's* Just in Time for Hunting Season

Yes group was at 100. That group was shot before I bedded the rifle. I haven't got to shoot it afterwards as I have been busy with too many other rifle projects. Deflection before bedding was ~.009". So I think she outa shoot a bit better now! PM me your email address as well as what other pics you want and I will get them to you this evening. Thanks
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Old 09-04-2013, 09:27 PM
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Great looking rifle! I assume that group was at 100yds. Can you post more pics? I'm a lefty, and this would work well in my collection.
Di you get the email with additional pics?
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Old 09-04-2013, 09:28 PM
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Re: *Lefty's* Just in Time for Hunting Season

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Great looking rifle! I assume that group was at 100yds. Can you post more pics? I'm a lefty, and this would work well in my collection.
Did you get the email with additional pics?
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Old 09-05-2013, 02:29 PM
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Re: *Lefty's* Just in Time for Hunting Season

Sure did. That is a fine looking rifle, and you were right about the pierce action. Have read some great reviews on them. Just wish I had the funds.
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Old 09-05-2013, 02:39 PM
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Sure did. That is a fine looking rifle, and you were right about the pierce action. Have read some great reviews on them. Just wish I had the funds.
Wished you had the funds as well. It is a very nice rifle, I just happen to have too many other projects going. It's priced pretty reasonable for a full custom with break in and load development done. Well I guess get to saving, it's a lefty and will most likely be on here awhile. Haha
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