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  1. freepistol

    freepistol Well-Known Member

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    Savage Model 11 Accu-Trigger Blued Action
    28" Lothar Walther 1-8" Twist with RWS Muzzle Brake (270 rounds fired) Shoots very well. Solid .300" Performer or better w/140A-Maxs
    S.S.S Trigger/Recoil Lug/Fluted Bolt Body
    Stockade Bolt Handle and Lift Kit
    20MOA base
    Vortex Crossfire 6-24x 50mm mil-dot Illuminated reticle scope w/sunshade.
    Redding FL, neck, and competition seating dies.
    Approx. 75 hand loaded rounds. {Probably wouldn’t be economical to ship}
    $1250. Picked up in Berwick, PA or meet somewhere agreeable. I have no idea how much shipping would be.


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  2. freepistol

    freepistol Well-Known Member

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    Re: Savage Model 11 in .260 Rem.

    1050 without scope
     

  3. Buano

    Buano Well-Known Member

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    Re: Savage Model 11 in .260 Rem.

    What does the rifle weigh?
     
  4. izquik72

    izquik72 Well-Known Member

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    Re: Savage Model 11 in .260 Rem.

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    Has the trigger been tuned? What is the length of pull?
    Any photos to verify accuracy?
     
  5. freepistol

    freepistol Well-Known Member

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    Re: Savage Model 11 in .260 Rem.

    11 to 11.5 lbs with the scope, as near as I can tell on my antique bathroom scale.
     
  6. freepistol

    freepistol Well-Known Member

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    Re: Savage Model 11 in .260 Rem.

    I'm not sure what you mean by tuned, but it is very light and crisp.
    13.25 length of pull
    I don't have any photos as the guy I bought it from had them and his shooting was witnessed by guys on Savage Shooters.com at 900 yds. He sold all his rifles after he had a kid and got into motorcycles.
    I have no front rest, but I can take it out with a bipod and shoot some target this weekend if you want to see them.
    Thanks for asking.
    ben
     
  7. pdog06

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    Re: Savage Model 11 in .260 Rem.

    I will verify this guns accuracy. I have seen this gun shoot quite a few groups into the low .2's @100 with RL19 and 140 amax's. And if i remember correctly it has also thrown in one or two groups into the .1's.

    The muzzlebrake was installed by Montour County Rifles, and the recoil is like that of a 22-250.

    The guy who originally built this gun has taken it out shooting with Kevin @ MCR as well, where he had little trouble shooting rocks at 900+ yds with it.
     
  8. freepistol

    freepistol Well-Known Member

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    freepistol Well-Known Member

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    Re: Savage Model 11 in .260 Rem.

    SPF