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Price Check: Parting a Savage

 
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Old 03-09-2013, 05:48 PM
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Re: Price Check: Parting a Savage

My local FFL sells the Model 11 Trophy Hunters with the Nikon Scopes for 475.00 plus Tax. I've seen them else where for $499.00.
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Old 03-10-2013, 03:19 AM
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Re: Price Check: Parting a Savage

Jim sells the model 11 centerfeed accutrigger actions with .473" bolt face, recoil lug, barrel nut, and action screws for 335.00, he is a dealer, as an individual, your looking to get 325.00 shipped for all listed above. Same price for the 111 centerfeeds.

The 22" 308 sporter, you will have plenty of offers from 50-65, I've sold a pile of the for 60.
The 24" 300wm sporter 60-70, 70 if your lucky.

The stocks are worth about 30 bucks a piece, and the brandnew bottom metal with mag is only 64 from SSS, so 90 for the stock with complete dbm setup.

I have sold 3 of the scopes you mention for 75, some places still carry them NIB with warranty card and all for 89. The rings and bases are all but useless.

That would be 550 for an action, stock setup, barrel, and scope, and as mention above, our local sportsmans warehouse carries the 11/111 trophy hunter which has all of those components for 479.99, so if you got that out of the parts you'd be doing good.
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Old 03-10-2013, 03:53 AM
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Re: Price Check: Parting a Savage

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Jim sells the model 11 centerfeed accutrigger actions with .473" bolt face, recoil lug, barrel nut, and action screws for 335.00, he is a dealer, as an individual, your looking to get 325.00 shipped for all listed above. Same price for the 111 centerfeeds.

The 22" 308 sporter, you will have plenty of offers from 50-65, I've sold a pile of the for 60.
The 24" 300wm sporter 60-70, 70 if your lucky.

The stocks are worth about 30 bucks a piece, and the brandnew bottom metal with mag is only 64 from SSS, so 90 for the stock with complete dbm setup.

I have sold 3 of the scopes you mention for 75, some places still carry them NIB with warranty card and all for 89. The rings and bases are all but useless.

That would be 550 for an action, stock setup, barrel, and scope, and as mention above, our local sportsmans warehouse carries the 11/111 trophy hunter which has all of those components for 479.99, so if you got that out of the parts you'd be doing good.
Thanks for the feedback.

Follow up on the scope rings and base. I was getting ready to order a 116 30/06 to keep and use. Are the rings and base bad enough I should look into swapping them out even if I keep the Prostaff on it? Or are they adequate to use and hold zero, but they're just worth replacing if I replace the scope? I know I need to tighten everything up before taking it out.
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Old 03-10-2013, 04:25 AM
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Re: Price Check: Parting a Savage

The bases are Weaver bulk bought buy savage for less than .50cts a piece, they aren't but 3 a piece from the local boys or walmart, but they will hold up. They rings are Weaver as well, factory seconds, they can be had for 8.95 a pair from walmart, I do not reccomend them with any caliber 308 and larger, but they make good paper weights. I would get a Weaver 1 piece picatinny rail for about 26 bucks and a 30 dollar pair of Warne maxima rings if I was going cheap but didn't want to have to wonder if it was going to hold up or not, another option for less than 60 bucks is a DNZ gamereaper or deadnutz 1 piece base and rings. Either one of those won't shift or loosen under 30-06 recoil if tightened correctly. Or the cheapest way would be to use Warne Maxima rings with the 2 piece weaver bases that come on it, but the rail gives you a lot more room to get the scope properly positioned for eye relief and so on.
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Old 08-14-2013, 02:28 PM
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Re: Price Check: Parting a Savage

any chance you still have and want to sell the 300 wm barrel
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Old 08-14-2013, 02:31 PM
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Re: Price Check: Parting a Savage

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any chance you still have and want to sell the 300 wm barrel
No, sorry.
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