.338 RUM - Model 700 LSS Rifle - Left-Hand (PHOTOS) $950

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  1. Lefty G-gear

    Lefty G-gear Well-Known Member

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    FOR SALE:

    .338 Remington Ultra Magnum
    Left-Hand Remington Model 700 BDL, Stainless-Steel, laminate stock (LSS).

    EXTRAS:
    SS Douglas 26-inch sporter barrel,
    LimbSaver recoil pad,
    Timney trigger,
    Sako-style (AR-15-style) extractor,
    muzzle brake (adds 2-inches),
    extended box (4+1 rd.) floorplate magazine.

    Over $1400 invested in this multipurpose weapon.

    PHOTOS: Bighorn Basin Classifieds - Your Bighorn Basin Classifieds

    This rifle was originally a .338 RUM - now with a new Douglas sporter barrel - so it will feed and cycle.
    The new barrel has less than 150 rds. through it.
    'Can shoot under 1-inch at 100-yards with hunting bullets.
    (Nosler 210-gr. Partitions going 3100+ fps.)
    What will it do with 210, 250, and 300-gr. target projectiles?

    The rifle is rather light - standard 700 BDL sporter in weight.
    The muzzle brake is amazing in reducing muzzle rise and felt recoil - quite stationary, indeed.
    And the Sako-style (AR-15-style) extractor is positive and easy on the brass.

    If you can handle a (brakeless) 7mm mag or a .300 WM - you can handle this rig in the field.


    $950. (Guncase included.)
    FREE S/H (48 States).
    Money order or Cashiers check.

    Chris
    chris_59@q.com

    (307) 399-2353

    Email me for photos...

    I hear that Remington does not make lefty .338 RUMs anymore.
    http://www.remington.com/product-cat...s.aspx?panel=4


    Look at these ballistics!
    http://www.accuratereloading.com/338rum.html


    200 NOSLER BALLISTIC TIP
    89.0 H 4350 1.06" group

    90.0 - 3,335 fps - 0.40" group

    91.0 - 0.84" group

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    96.0 - H 4831SC - 0.91" group

    97.0 - 0.84" group

    98.0 - 3,372 fps - 0.22" group

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    102.0 - H 1000 - 3,149 fps - 0.35" group

    103.0 - 1.19" group

    104.0 - 3,188 fps - 0.42" group

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    96.0 - VVN 560 - 3,279 fps - 0.86" group

    97.0 - 3,341 fps - 0.65" group

    98.0 - 3,346 fps - 0.50" group

    99.0 - 3,401 fps - 0.96" group

    100.0 - 3,439 fps - 1.61" group

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    225 HORNADY SP
    100.0 - H 1000 - 3,034 fps - 0.37" group

    101.0 - 3,061 fps - 0.33" group

    102.0 - 3,071 fps - 0.52" group

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  2. new shooter

    new shooter Well-Known Member

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    Where these groups from this gun ? What is the triger weight ?
     

  3. Lefty G-gear

    Lefty G-gear Well-Known Member

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    The listed groups are from the website data
    http://www.accuratereloading.com/338rum.html

    QUOTE:
    "The following loads were developed by our friend James, who kindly agreed to let us add them here. The rifle was a custom Remington 700, with a Douglas Premium, stainless steel barrel finished at 26". James used Remington brass and the Federal 215 primers. All groups were 3 shots at 100 yards. Some of those groups were not chronographed, that is why there is no velocity mentioned for them."

    I have recently moved, and cannot find the target groups with the Noslers, but they were sub MOA.
    Nosler 210 Partition bullet
    102 grains of Retumbo (103 is Max Load)
    R-P brass
    Federal Mag Match primers
    standard COL

    The trigger is set rather light (2 lbs.)

     
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