.338 ultra mag, m700 xcr

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  1. YZEATER

    YZEATER Well-Known Member

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    .338 ultra mag. model 700 xcr, 26" barrel. muzzle break, trigger work. bases and rings are included. scope not included. round count by my estimation is around 400.

    finish on the barrel is not new. this rifle has been used, not much, but i think the previous owner just didn't take care of it at all.

    i will ship, for extra.


    $800
     

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  2. predmaster223

    predmaster223 Well-Known Member

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    Re: .338 ultra mag, m700 sps

    Any trades if so what?
     

  3. YZEATER

    YZEATER Well-Known Member

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    Re: .338 ultra mag, m700 sps

    i knew i forgot something. NO TRADES.
     
  4. str8shoot

    str8shoot Well-Known Member

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    Re: .338 ultra mag, m700 sps

    That looks like an XCR with the jeweled bolt and two tone stock. The XCR is more in the range of your asking price. You can pick up an SPS stainless for as little as 500 bucks brand new. Don't know if they even made the SPS in 338rum. This might help you sell this.
     
  5. YZEATER

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    Re: .338 ultra mag, m700 sps

    you might be right. i have other guns in sps, but they all look pretty much the same.
     
  6. Tikkamike

    Tikkamike Well-Known Member

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    The XCR has a goldish tint to all the metal. if it doesnt have that it is either a BDL or was an LSS. SPS never came in 338 RUM.
     
  7. YZEATER

    YZEATER Well-Known Member

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    it may have been bead blasted to match the brake. idk, it is what it is.
     
  8. highridge1

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    It may be a stainless BDL put in a xcr stock. It wouldn't make any sense to bead blast the XCR finish.
     
  9. YZEATER

    YZEATER Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for keeping this at the top!
     
  10. YZEATER

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    TTT
     
  11. T3-OleMan

    T3-OleMan Well-Known Member

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    Free TTT.

    Muzzle Brake, what kind.
     
  12. YZEATER

    YZEATER Well-Known Member

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    the kind with holes in it?

    i have no idea, it was on there when i got it.
     

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  13. Buano

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    If the XCR finish was bead blasted, the value is that of an SPS. The finish on an XCR is what makes the rifle EXTREMELY corrosion resistant, more so than anything but titanium. Bead-blasting it would dull the reflections but it would also destroy the corrosion protection. (The correct way to dull the reflections is with paint/gun-coat.)

    I could be interested as I'm looking for a .338 cary-rifle, but my offer would depend on what the finish is.

    Please email close-ups of the finish, especially the areas that have flaws: balancedintensity@yahoo.com.

    Thanks!
     
  14. YZEATER

    YZEATER Well-Known Member

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    there are marks on the barrel. it's not new it's been used. i can send pics, but the price is $750.