.223 criterion remage barrels for sale

Discussion in 'Gun Parts - Stocks, Barrels, Actions, etc.' started by azdesertdog, Jan 18, 2014.

  1. azdesertdog

    azdesertdog Member

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    hi, i have 2 criterion barrels for sale.
    .223 rem 20"long sporter contour s/s 1-8 twist
    $275.00 each shipped to lower 48 IMG_1480.jpg

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  2. azdesertdog

    azdesertdog Member

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    ok how about 250.00 shipped to lower 48
    thanks for looking
     

  3. grouse

    grouse Well-Known Member

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    Remage?
     
  4. azdesertdog

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    hi, it is set up like a savage with the barrel nut but threaded for a remington 700.
    the barrels are threaded ,chambered and crowned. you would need a barrel wrench and headspace gauges to install them. it also saves you money by not needing a gunsmith.
    barrel blank $350
    gunsmith $250-$300
    criterion ready to install $350
    of course you need the tools but thats a one time cost made sense to me.
    the tools i have will work on savage or remington
    thanks for looking
     
  5. azdesertdog

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    hi,
    i am open to reasonable offers!
     
  6. chokestick

    chokestick Well-Known Member

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    How do they shoot
     
  7. azdesertdog

    azdesertdog Member

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    Never tried to work up a load. Shot them a little bit.
    Got a project I need to fund. They shot around 3/4" to 1"
     
  8. azdesertdog

    azdesertdog Member

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    hi, these are still for sale if any one is interested.
     
  9. titan700

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    So these will fit/work on a remington ? Or is the more needed it to put one on ?
    Thanks Robert
     
  10. azdesertdog

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    hi, it is set up like a savage with the barrel nut but threaded for a remington 700.
    the barrels are threaded ,chambered and crowned. you would need a barrel wrench and headspace gauges to install them. it also saves you money by not needing a gunsmith.
    barrel blank $350
    gunsmith $250-$300
    criterion ready to install $350
    of course you need the tools but thats a one time cost made sense to me.
    the tools i have will work on savage or remington
    thanks for looking
     
  11. hnts4fun

    hnts4fun Well-Known Member

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    A shooting friend of mine recently went this route. He also had to have a gunsmith machine a notch in his Remington receiver face to accept a Savage style recoil lug.
     
  12. Tyward

    Tyward Well-Known Member

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    PM sent
     
  13. Dgd6mm

    Dgd6mm Well-Known Member

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    I would of had the recoil lug pinned instead of notched. All my Remington's were pinned. I have 1 Remmy left in .300 RUM. Everything else is a Savage, they all shoot as good or better then my Remingtons.
     
  14. Tyward

    Tyward Well-Known Member

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    I will take one if still available. Do you have the barrel nut for them?