$4350 shipped insured in a hard plastic case inside a cardboard rifle box
Built by Joe Starnes of Longshot Precision
Weatherby Mark V 9 lug Chromoly Action
Brux Medium Palma (shank extended 1/2") 28" finish
Holland QD Radial Muzzle Brake
McMillan A5 two flush cups left side pillar/Devcon bedded
Timeny Trigger adjusted to 1#
Weatherby Mag Drop Box +1 Capacity Kit (Bottom metal)
Near Mfg 30 MOA Base (devcon bedded)
Ross Tactical Bolt knob (same one the factory is putting on the "Tactical" Mark Vs now)
NF LW rings
NXS 5.5-22x50 NPR1 10 MOA knobs No Zero Stop
800 rounds through the gun using 300 grainers and Retumbo and N570. Rate of fire never exceeded 15 rounds an hour.
Low 2900s to 2950 is what I saw with the 300 grainers and the above two powders. It shoots as straight as you can hold it. For me that's a 1/2 MOA at 200 yds during load development on paper, and 1 MOA first round cold bore hits at 1K+ on steel.
15 lbs with the optic
Chamber is setup so you can fire factory loaded SAAMI Lapua ammo...out comes a fire formed case.
Redding Custom shop Type S FL sizer with nk bushing capability, and a Redding Comp Series Seater that had the sliding sleeve reamed with the finish reamer.
Lucas bore guide
PTG removable pilot finish reamer (print attached).
You'd be over 5K pretty quick, and over a 12 month lead on some of the components. You might be told differently....but the reality will be you will spend/wait more than you expect.
For the right deal, I could cut a great deal on components as well (fireformed brass, bullets, etc) so you can go boom out of the box.
If you want to get into LR/ELR out of the box...no wait, with dies load data...here it is. With just enough time to practice this summer for the fall.
No trades, or Paypal. Cash or check.
First go around will be to sell the complete rig....before breaking it up.
Thanks for looking.