My First Precision Rig Must go!

Discussion in 'Guns For Sale' started by SierraCharlie, Jun 16, 2011.

  1. SierraCharlie

    SierraCharlie Member

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    Gentlemen - this was my first precision rig and it is precise. I would keep it but I've got make room in the stable. That said,this rifle will make someone very happy.

    Remington 700 P $800
    Barrel Cut/ Crowned to 22" $50
    AZ Precision Bolt Knob $75

    Manners T4A $615
    90% Carbon Fiber $55
    Atlas Rail $55
    Install Cups $30
    Shipping and Handling $40

    All work done By Gene Williams of Princeton TX
    Pillar Bedding $200
    Trigger Job $100
    Remington old style
    Springs Replaced
    Set at 1lb 11oz

    TOTAL INVESTMENT:$2020.00


    Below are some pictures of my first time shooting prone and my first time doing load development. Keep in mind that I've had back surgery so I tend to fatigue easily which causes my groups to open up.

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    Load Development

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    Third Group!

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    First time at 750 yards 20 MPH crosswind

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    The rifle weighs just at 10 lbs w/o scope and has an honest 450 rounds on it and has never been hotrodded so the barrel should last you longer than you care to shoot it. Price is $1725. Scope, Bipod and Stock Pack not included.

    Thanks,
    SC
     

  2. WyoElk2Hunt

    WyoElk2Hunt Well-Known Member

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    See to give me this would help your diease and in case I missed it what Caliber is it.
     

  3. SierraCharlie

    SierraCharlie Member

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    Well that's a hell of an oversight, it's a .308. I could post this thing right up to WY for you for free an $1725.00 for shipping. I know, I know, inflation is out of control!
     
  4. WyoElk2Hunt

    WyoElk2Hunt Well-Known Member

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    Have to pass right now. Maybe later if the freight rates drop due to Fuel prices going down in near future.
     
  5. SierraCharlie

    SierraCharlie Member

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    Yeah but then you can bet the prices of boxes and packing tape will go up. I'm tellin ya, ya can't win for losin these days.:D
     
  6. SierraCharlie

    SierraCharlie Member

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    To the top.

    SC