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Montour County Rifles 300 Weatherby

I just finished up another rifle for LRH member Dennis Skiper. Here are the specs.

Blueprinted Remington 700
Holland recoil lug
Lilja barrel #4 contour, fluted
Vais Muzzle Brake
Chambered 300 Weatherby
Pillar Bedded in a Lone Wolf "Summit" Stock
Leupold 3.5-10 scope

Rifles weighs in complete at 8 lbs. 0 oz.



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    Did that stock come with that finish on it? I like it.
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    I like that rig!!!
    The muzzle break looks really good in a light barrel like that one.
    Congratulations Kevin and to the new owner.
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    Re: Montour County Rifles 300 Weatherby

    Thanks guys, the stock is exactly how it came from Lone Wolf. It's a fairly coarse texture with lots of grip and extremely light weight yet solid.
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    Very cool, great rifle !!!
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    Re: Montour County Rifles 300 Weatherby

    Kevin,

    What are those scope mounts/rings? How do you like them?

    Thanks,

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    Re: Montour County Rifles 300 Weatherby

    The rings/base combo is a Hart. I only put them on because that's what the customer wanted. I really don't like beng able to see the heads of the screws and the socket head digs into the top half of the ring scratching off the anodize. Other than that the fit to action and the single one piece base/ring combo is ok, but not my first choice.
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