375 cheytac for sale

Discussion in 'Guns For Sale' started by jdg300rum, Jan 23, 2009.

  1. jdg300rum

    jdg300rum Well-Known Member

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    375 cheytac with lawton 8000 single shot action. 32 in. lawton barrel. lawton 30 moa base. Jewel trigger, adjusted to 15 oz. Mcrees precision aluminum folder stock. It has about 150 rounds shot. I am 350smk at 3275 with 141 grains of retumbo. scope and rings not included. weighs approx. 19 lbs. I am selling to built a smaller rifle. $3,000 931-638-1235

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    group was shot at 810 yards using 350 smk
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  2. Down Under Hunter

    Down Under Hunter Well-Known Member

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    Just interested when you own a rig like that why you would part with it ? Where else can you go from there. How many rounds and did you buy it new ? What load are you shooting, at what speed and typical accuracy ?

    Cheers

    DUH
     

  3. pressman

    pressman Well-Known Member

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    This is a sweet looking weapon.......why do you want to sell ???????
    i mean this looks like a dream gun to me............
     
  4. Tyler Kemp

    Tyler Kemp SPONSOR

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    All there is to say...WOW!
     
  5. DesertMonkey

    DesertMonkey New Member

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    Can we get a picture of the whole gun?
    What type of muzzle brake is on it?
    thanks,
    L.
     
  6. Browning 101

    Browning 101 New Member

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    I've been looking for a different gun. I do like what I see. I currently shoot a Belgium Browning BAR. It's not a tack driver but I have made my share of 375 yard shots on whitetail. It it heavy. How does it shoot? How far will it reach and what kind of groups does it shoot?

    Thanks!
     
  7. SkyScrapin

    SkyScrapin Active Member

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    Ide like to know aswell.
     
  8. blipelt

    blipelt Well-Known Member

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    I do believe the rifle was smithed by 308 nate at Straight shot gunsmithing.

    Brent
     
  9. royinidaho

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    Hmmmmm.........I'm in the process of compenent acquisition to build a 375 AM. You post got me thinking........

    The rifle smith is......?

    The posted target shows a great 800 yd group with one impact appearing much larger than the other two. Also I would think that the 350 at that velocity and distance would have either penetrated or torn the plate off of its hangers.

    Not trying to be a PITA on purpose .........Its just tends to be my nature.:rolleyes:

    I've checked out those stocks and like them but they are heavy. With a lighter quality composite stock, Manners, etc, I wonder if the weight could be reduced to 16 lbs all up?

    I would label this post a serious inquirery, but I am a bit picky.
     
  10. Browning 101

    Browning 101 New Member

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    Are those pictures of the actual gun? They look exactly like the pictures on "Straight Shot Gunsmithing" same background also.
     
  11. FEENIX

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  12. jdg300rum

    jdg300rum Well-Known Member

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    Sir,

    With one hole being bigger than the others is because I had hit a hole that was aready egged with a bullet shot previous.The metAL is ar plate that is 1/2 thick and is a smaller plater that swings. Thats why there is no hole. The wire that holds the plate up is tie wire used to tie rebar in footers that is doubled on the right and the left is solid steel wire which is a thicker than the other side.
     
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  13. royinidaho

    royinidaho Writers Guild

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    Okey Dokey......

    I trust ya. I also have great confidence in Nate's work.

    You have a shooter there.

    If it were mine, there would be a lot of things go down the road that one did.

    What about Dies and brass??

    Oh, and please drop the Sir stuff.....:D
     
  14. jdg300rum

    jdg300rum Well-Known Member

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    I am not going to sell the brass and dies now. I might later but I have a 338/408 improved that I may rebarrel to the 375.