338 Lapua brass, 45-70 ammo, TRG & Nightforce stuff

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  1. augustinaustin

    augustinaustin Well-Known Member

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    annual cleaning of unused and the unlikely to


    once fire .338 Lapua brass , shot from my TRG. Midway gets $2.58 each. $175/100 DELIVERED- to include shipping- cont US

    brand new sealed box Buffalo Bore 45-70 ammo 430gr 1925 fps $50

    brand new in sealed package, Nightforce Ultralight 30mm rings, 1.00" (medium) T-6 & Titanium, Midway gets $160 +, I'll take $145 and deliver them to you.

    brand new in sealed package- Warne Maxima Pictinny 20 moa Rail for Sako TRG 22 or 42, Midway gets $105+ I'll deliver for $85

    Thank you
     
  2. tlbrush

    tlbrush Well-Known Member

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    Does the Warne Pictinny Rail fit on the Dovetail (Optilock) type receiver?

    If so I would like it.

    Thanks,

    Tony
     

  3. augustinaustin

    augustinaustin Well-Known Member

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    yes it is but drilled specifically for the TRG's...any TRG. Is that what you have? Thank you
     
  4. tlbrush

    tlbrush Well-Known Member

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    Yes, TRG-S, not sure if they are all the same. I understand that some of the early 22's used the Optilock platform but not the newer ones.
     
  5. augustinaustin

    augustinaustin Well-Known Member

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    is it drilled and tapped for 4 screws on top? I'm almost positive same receiver...I have installed a jillion of these...my favorite base for these hands down...if you want to send me a pic from the top and hole spacing Ill measure and confirm
     
  6. tlbrush

    tlbrush Well-Known Member

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    I have not taken posession of the rifle yet. From what I can tell the TRG-S is not pre-drilled so spacing doesn't matter.
     
  7. augustinaustin

    augustinaustin Well-Known Member

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    it would need to be d&t'ed to utilize this base....I would suggest a machinist doing it on a mill if going that route. If you dont need the 20 moa Talleys are a nice way to go too. Let me know if I can help. The TRGS's are great rifles....really went unnoticed when I ran a gun store then after they quit everyone figured out what a great rifle they were
     
  8. Plowboy85

    Plowboy85 Well-Known Member

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    Ill take the 45-70 please...pm me with address and ill send a check to you

    Chris
     
  9. Ripptide56

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    Is the .338 brass still available? If so I'm interested.
     
  10. augustinaustin

    augustinaustin Well-Known Member

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    yes it is
     
  11. Young-Gun

    Young-Gun Well-Known Member

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    can you check your PM's i sent you a message a couple days ago on the brass
     
  12. Ripptide56

    Ripptide56 Member

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    Super dealings with August. Fast shipping and items as described!
    Thanks
     
  13. Rbelote

    Rbelote Active Member

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    Pm me if you have more brass for 338 lapua. I'll take 100
     
  14. augustinaustin

    augustinaustin Well-Known Member

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    Still have 338 Lapua brass