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WTB Weatherby 338 Lapua

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Unread 03-03-2011, 07:57 AM
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WTB Weatherby 338 Lapua

Looking for a Weatherby 338 Lapua. Have a Remington 700MLR but its too heavy for my hunt. t3hunter@hotmail.com
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    Re: WTB Weatherby 338 Lapua

    I had one built and love it. It is heavy too. You do know Weatherby did not chamber this round in a factory rifle correct? So you may want to include other actions in your search to improve your odds of finding one.

    Good Luck on your hunt

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    Re: WTB Weatherby 338 Lapua

    I personally wouldn't want a light 338LM.

    12 -14 lbs is great weight for them....

    Have you looked at 338 RUM or similar ? Darn near same performance and can be had in lighter weights in factory rifle.
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    Re: WTB Weatherby 338 Lapua

    i thought wby is making the accumark in 338 lapua. or did they with draw it?? sorry dont mean to highjack your post
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    Re: WTB Weatherby 338 Lapua

    they have made it in an accumark and a mark V
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    Re: WTB Weatherby 338 Lapua

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    they have made it in an accumark and a mark V
    Well my apologies then. I have collected Weatherby's for years and owned everything from a .224 to a 460 and I didn't know this.

    Sorry

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    Re: WTB Weatherby 338 Lapua

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    Well my apologies then. I have collected Weatherby's for years and owned everything from a .224 to a 460 and I didn't know this.

    Sorry

    Jeff

    Hope I didn't offend you. I just have seen one on GunBroker and checked the weatherby Web site where it is listed and had a distributer call Weatherby and they won't have them in production till Oct. Wasn't trying to be a know it all. NEVER EVEN OWNED A WEATHERBY MYSELF. Been a long bow hunter for 38 yrs. just shoulder problems put me back to rifle and pistol hunting and will have to break out the old reloading equipment after seeing ammo prices. decided to order a Christensen custom I guess to get the weight down.
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