7mm SS 1-8 barrel

Discussion in 'Gun Parts - Stocks, Barrels, Actions, etc.' started by twintips16, Mar 31, 2013.

  1. twintips16

    twintips16 Well-Known Member

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    I have a 26" 7mm barrel contoured in a #5. It is a 1-8 twist. It is a Montana Rifle Man barrel. I bought this barrel to do a rem mag build and use the 180 bergers. But have decided to take the build a little different and need a longer barrel now.

    It is a Stainless Steel barrel that has been hand lapped, with a shank at 1.2. The crown end measures .660.

    $200 TYD

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  2. tr175

    tr175 Well-Known Member

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    If this can be made to fit a rem 700 I will probably take it.
     

  3. BlackKnight755

    BlackKnight755 Well-Known Member

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    tr175,

    There doesn't seem to be any threads yet on the shank so there should not be a problem. Most any competent gunsmith can thread the shank for your 700 while he is chambering it for you, because if I am reading this right the barrel is a blank meaning that it has not been chambered yet either. Correct me if I am wrong OP. I think the OP was meaning that the caliber is 7mm or .284, not the chambered 7mm Remington Magnum round (or any other vairiant of the 7mm for that matter).

    Good luck, BK
     
  4. twintips16

    twintips16 Well-Known Member

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    It can be threaded to fit a 700 action. It has a longer shank then a standard Remington barrel so some inlay in the stock will be needed. It can also be made into and of the 7mm (.284) calibers you can dream of. From 7mm-08 all the way to 7mm RUM!!!
     
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    twintips16 Well-Known Member

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