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WTB remmy 700 based 40 .22lr

 
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Old 01-03-2012, 10:48 PM
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WTB remmy 700 based 40 .22lr

anyone out there have one they will sell at a reasonable figure. i'd like to build a trainer rifle.
thanks guys.
i have been looking at rimfire central already.
i know its not everyones cup of tea, but i am sure someone knows someone who knows someone thats wanting to sell one.
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Old 01-04-2012, 09:24 AM
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Re: WTB remmy 700 based 40 .22lr

Are you looking for a heavy barrel or standard barrel version? I have seen a few on Gunbroker lately that aren't terrible deals depending on how far you want to go with it.
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Old 01-04-2012, 01:54 PM
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Re: WTB remmy 700 based 40 .22lr

What price range are you thinking? I have some heavy barrel.
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Old 01-04-2012, 02:01 PM
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Re: WTB remmy 700 based 40 .22lr

There is a standard barrel 40x for sale on Snipers Hide right now. This one is based on the 722 footprint though, and has the straight bolt handle. Are you looking for a 40XB with the 700 style footprint and bolt?
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Old 01-04-2012, 03:57 PM
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Re: WTB remmy 700 based 40 .22lr

Have you checked out the CMP North store in Ohio. I don't live far from there and bought 5 of them last year and sold all but 4 of them. they usually have the barrelled actions without bolts for 275.00$ Although I wouldent count on the barrel being any good 4 of the 5 I bought were toast. PT&G has bolts for 200.00$ a stock will run you 75 or so trigger well there are many choices. If they have them I might be Inclined to make a trip up there I was selling them for 300.00$
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Old 01-04-2012, 04:59 PM
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Re: WTB remmy 700 based 40 .22lr

I just found a barreled action with matching bolt and original trigger for sale at snipershide.com in the rifles for sale section, I don't know the seller but the pictures look good and the price is fair ,this won't last much longer. Semper FI
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Old 01-05-2012, 08:01 PM
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Re: WTB remmy 700 based 40 .22lr

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Originally Posted by kfrye View Post
There is a standard barrel 40x for sale on Snipers Hide right now. This one is based on the 722 footprint though, and has the straight bolt handle. Are you looking for a 40XB with the 700 style footprint and bolt?

i guess the xb, i am no expert with these, i just know there were 722 and 700 based actions. i want the 700.


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I just found a barreled action with matching bolt and original trigger for sale at snipershide.com in the rifles for sale section, I don't know the seller but the pictures look good and the price is fair ,this won't last much longer. Semper FI
def nice.... i just want the 700 style bolt. i f i am going to do this i am going to get exactly what i want.
thanks though

as far as standard or heavy barrel, i'd prefer a standard barrel but heavy is fine too.
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