Custom 7mm STW stiller, proof reaserch, McMillan, Nightforce

Discussion in 'Guns For Sale' started by supercrossbmx69, Nov 19, 2013.

  1. supercrossbmx69

    supercrossbmx69 Well-Known Member

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    Well I'm probably going to regret what I'm about to do but I guess I'll just have to deal with it! Selling this rifle for the same reason everyone else sells their badass rifles, to build another one! So here we go...

    Stiller TAC 300 action spiral fluted
    Proof research 1-8.4" twist 28" 1.250 dia shank tapers to .920 at the muzzle
    McMillan HTG stock
    Ombadorf or however you spell it bottom metal
    Jewel trigger @ 1.5#
    Harris bipod with pod lock
    Butler creek sling
    Nightforce 5.5-22x50 moar highspeed zero stop
    Nightforce low rings with defensive edge level
    20 MOA rail (will throw in a set of talley rings custom made for this rifle as well)
    110 pieces of nostler custom brass ( give or take)
    SKB hard water proof case custom cut by me ($285 value)
    Ammo box
    Dewey coated cleaning rod with nylon and copper brushes and brass jag
    Bore guide
    RCBS 7mm stw dies

    Rifle was built by Ed sweet who has been gun smithing for about 47

    The rifle now has about 330 rounds fired give or take. The last round fired dropped a buck in its tracks at 771 yds. The farthest I have shot at targets was 1309 yds. As far as groups it will hold .5 MOA if the shooter does their part but It has hardly shot any 100 yrd groups and when it did, it was just off the bipod on my belly so I have not shot any 1/8 MOA groups but am pretty positive the rifle could do it if it were on a bench. But for the most of its life, it has messed rocks days up anywhere from 400-1300 yrds. Will provide load data and I have tested many powders in this rifle (us869, h1000, rl50, rl33, retumbo, and rl25) h1000 is what I stuck with due to its temp stability. I've only shot 180 gr Bergers which with 75.5 gr h1000 under it touching the lands is right at 3100 fps. With the 1-8.4" twist barrel it will stabilize the new 195gr Bergers if they ever show! Will throw in aprox 670 180 gr berger hunting bullets for addition price. Buyer pays shipping. Rifle was broke in properly and has never been fired more then 20 times without cleaning.

    Partial trade I'd be interested in would be Vetronix terrapin. Or anything with Kirby Allen's name on it.

    As of right now I do not want to split up due to if it doesn't sell soon, ill just keep it so scope stays until the rifle is 100% sold.

    There is one scratch on the forend of the stock and the paint on the bolt has worn out a bit due to opening the bolt. Besides that its in great condition.

    Scope has one tiny scratch on the top of the tube which was bought from sportsman with the scratch but besides that it is in perfect condition as well.

    The rifle is pretty light would guess around 9 pounds its a great packing around rifle with a very far capability! I wouldn't hesitate to pull the trigger on and animal at 1000 yards or even farther. And whitetail don't like 180 gr Bergers! Have shot 2 deer one at 771 and another at 589 yards and both dropped dead in their tracks!

    Willing to hear offers on trades but please don't waste my time asking to trade for a stock Remington.

    $6500 for everything will only ship it in the skb case due to it high quality. Buyer pays shipping and am willing to meet up if in the Montana area so you can shoot it yourself if wanted.

    Email me at supercrossbmx69@gmail.com or text me at 4064316168 for fast reply
     

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  5. thor45

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    That is a nice setup.
     
  6. JoeS1044

    JoeS1044 Well-Known Member

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    Would you consider selling just the gun I dont need the scope. If so what would you be asking for only the gun?
     
  7. supercrossbmx69

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    4700$ for everything but scope rings and bubble level. Have no use for everything so I'm selling it as a package just like the first picture except I will pull the scope off for someone that doesn't want it.
     
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  8. supercrossbmx69

    supercrossbmx69 Well-Known Member

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    $4700 minus the scope and rings and level but the buyer can have the base and talley rings. Rifle alone cost 6400 to build
     
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  9. Jcub

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    Ed Sweet built my custom, he is a phenomenal gunsmith! My Father and I will only use him. He has also built Rifles for members of Seal Team 6 as well as members of the SF team who captured Saddam Hussein.
     
  10. supercrossbmx69

    supercrossbmx69 Well-Known Member

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    Yes and this rifle is a great example of how good of a gunsmith he really is!
     
  11. big muley

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    would you sell the scope and brass on it own
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  12. supercrossbmx69

    supercrossbmx69 Well-Known Member

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    Price drop $6400 for package and $4600 for everything but scope
     
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  14. KRL1116

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    Could one of you possibly supply me with Ed Sweet's contact info?
    Kevin