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Unread 12-15-2007, 02:48 AM
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Great Buy

Hi those are awsome rifles.

Load it up with H50BMG and 175gr MatchKings and it will take you past 1000yds.

Have the triggervadjusted pillar bedded and float the barrel. Then you can fit a good break but not realy required but it is a top performer that will be awsome.

I would also have a thicker recoil lug fitted so you don't have to rebed it if it is replaced later when you rebarrel .

Cheers Bill
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Unread 12-15-2007, 04:10 AM
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With repsect ot the trigger question, why dont you email Remy with the rifle serial No: and ask them when it was made? They will tell you if it has the new trigger or not.

Just Cos you think it looked new and now find it is possibly older than you first thought doesn't mean its been fired. A guy recently was selling a boom stick here that was years old and NEVER had a shot fired through it.

I would still run that barrel in as Roy is advising.

A rifle like that would cost $2000+ here new and at least $1400 SH so go figure.... you got a bargain.;)

Vegetarian is an old Indian word for lousy hunter!
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Unread 12-16-2007, 12:23 PM
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it looks like a LSS i have one in 300 RUM i paid $665 out the door in a little
pawn/gunshop in mounthome idaho about 4 years ago so yup you got a good deal

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