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The Red White and Blue stock is a modified Sharp Shooters Savage synthetic full aluminum bedded with a Savage action amd ER Shaw 1-14 twist 22-250 A.I. 26" barrel running 40 gr V-Max @ 4000 to 4400 fps.

The Thumb hole is a modified stock from Richards micro fit stocks and Savage action and barrel by Sharp shooters Savage fitted with the Douglas 26" 1-9 twist in 22-243 A.I., runinng 75 gr. A-Max @ 3400 to 3650 fps.
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    Rem 700 6x284 30" Brux bbl. This rifle is also for sell in Classifieds .
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    Let's see your Varmit rifles !-img_7038-22-243-ai.jpg
    Savage Custom F/Cass rifle with Douglas 30" barrel in 22-243 A.I. with 1-8 twist and extra
    22-250 A.I. barrel for quick replacement in case of barrel melt down.

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    Savage .260 Rem with Walther 28" barrel in 1-8 twist.

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    Attachment 11146
    Savage Custom F/Cass rifle with Douglas 30" barrel in 22-243 A.I. with 1-8 twist and extra
    22-250 A.I. barrel for quick replacement in case of barrel melt down.

    Attachment 11147
    Savage .260 Rem with Walther 28" barrel in 1-8 twist.
    Gotta love those Savages!
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    Attachment 11146
    Savage Custom F/Cass rifle with Douglas 30" barrel in 22-243 A.I. with 1-8 twist and extra
    22-250 A.I. barrel for quick replacement in case of barrel melt down.

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    Savage .260 Rem with Walther 28" barrel in 1-8 twist.
    i luv that .260
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    i luv that .260
    Hey! Me too.
    Trued action and bolt face. Medalist stock weighted with 2@ Smith & Wesson
    15 ounce recoil reducers. One in back and one in forearm for low recoil viewing. This is my 1000 yd rifle at the moment. Touches bullets at 100 yds.
    I start with 243 brass and size up in two steps, then neck turn, prep load and fire.
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    Hey! Me too.
    Trued action and bolt face. Medalist stock weighted with 2@ Smith & Wesson
    15 ounce recoil reducers. One in back and one in forearm for low recoil viewing. This is my 1000 yd rifle at the moment. Touches bullets at 100 yds.
    I start with 243 brass and size up in two steps, then neck turn, prep load and fire.
    Attachment 11195
    So why aren't you buying the 260 Lapua brass?
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