I have for sale .260 Rogue improved, which is a .260 Rem. with a 37 degree shoulder. Here are the specs on the rifle. All work done by Nathan Dagely. This was his personal rifle and I'm the only other owner of it. Savage model 16 receiver completly blueprinted bolt helical fluted and oversize bolt handle rifle basix trigger set to 8 oz. Ken Farrel 20 min base bedded to receiver for stress free fit Sharp shooter recoil lug 28" Broughton 5C 1 in 8 twist barrel with helical flutes 11 degree crown. This barrel is set up to use match rifle sights, but there is also a thread cap on the muzzle end which matches muzzle contour(you can see in pixs) McMillan A-5 stock epoxy and pillar bedded to receiver intregal thumb wheel cheek piece and accessory rail The colors are 60 tan, 20 black and 20 O.D green The barreld action is teflon coated with a satin black finish. I have under 450 rounds through this barrel and Nathan had 700 and still shooting extremely well! Of'course there is more than half barrel life left in this bute!! The target in the picture below was at 600 yds. The X ring is 3" the 10 ring is 6" all 20 shots are in 6" with 14 in the x ring. This group was shot prone off the bipod. The pictures of the steel target are also at 600 yds. There is 4 shots, although it looks like 6. The two really shiney indents were just splashed out as the paint was still wet. the other 4 impacts left no cratering but you can see the little grey dots. This steel plate is made out of AR400. I am selling this rifle as I am currently investing in new shooting rig that I have grown very faund of (6x47 Lapua) in a all custom build. I will also include the dies that I use and load info. I am asking $1300 for the rifle - (not including the scope,bi-pod and hand stop and the block or the front sight) To clarify things, the black thread cap that matches barrel contour for the muzzle end and the stainless thread cap with the level are included in the price. I will be happy to answer any questions you may have. You may reach me at 979-966-9973. Thanks..Tim B.