280 ai

Discussion in 'Guns For Sale' started by malcarjeb, Feb 27, 2009.

  1. malcarjeb

    malcarjeb Well-Known Member

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    I have a Remington 700 280AI for sale. It has a 28" 9 twist Brux ss barrel with a sporter contuor, H-S precision stock, trued action, and tuned factory trigger. I will also include Redding fl bushing die. I use necked down Lapua 30-06 brass to fireform. The factory nosler brass will NOT work in this rifle. The Lapua brass forms great and I have some that I will also include with the rifle. I will ship it in a plastic gun case to FFL in lower 48 for $750. I can email pics to serious members, just pm or email me. Thanks
     
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  2. Lightvarmint

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    PM sent
     

  3. malcarjeb

    malcarjeb Well-Known Member

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    I have sent replies to everyone. Thanks
     
  4. malcarjeb

    malcarjeb Well-Known Member

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    All pics sent and emails answered. I have a lot of you looking. Very nice rifle, you wouldn't be disappointed with it. Thanks
     
  5. Lightvarmint

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    PM sent requesting photos
     
  6. csxsd70m

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    How many rounds fired and how does it shoot?
     
  7. malcarjeb

    malcarjeb Well-Known Member

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    I have only shot fireform loads. A total of 62. With Barnes 120 TSX it shoots .5moa at 100. It has a Brux SS barrel and a trued Rem 700, Its going to shoot GOOD. Thanks
     
  8. bkondeff

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    Weight?
     
  9. malcarjeb

    malcarjeb Well-Known Member

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    It weights 9.6 pounds with a 8-32x50 Burris Black Diamond scope mounted in Talley steel rings and base. The scope is around 2 pounds and not sure of the mounts. 7 pounds is what I would guess. Thanks
     
  10. malcarjeb

    malcarjeb Well-Known Member

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    Price lowered to $750
     
  11. TAP

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    I can't believe this is still here. If I weren't planning on building one in school, I'd snatch this thing up. I think the .280 A.I. was one of the first calibers used in the famous Beanfield rifles, and for a good reason. Good luck on the sale.
     
  12. malcarjeb

    malcarjeb Well-Known Member

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    Tap, I can't believe its still here either. Must be the economy! Over $1200 invested and only been fired 62 times.
     
  13. Lightvarmint

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    Hello again,

    I have seen pictures of the gun and if it had the Sendero style stock, I would have bought it. I was going to use it for a long range muzzle loader project. However, the barrel channel needs to be a bit larger than that stock can accomodate.

    I am still tempted every time I see it.

    This is a great buy.

    James
     
  14. loaders_loft

    loaders_loft Well-Known Member

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    Does your current price include scope, base & rings?