no longer for sale

Discussion in 'Guns For Sale' started by Brad from ND, Jul 24, 2011.

  1. Brad from ND

    Brad from ND Well-Known Member

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    I've decided to just rebarrel the rifle to something else.
     
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  2. Brad from ND

    Brad from ND Well-Known Member

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    Re: 300 rum- $650

    bump....
     

  3. Brad from ND

    Brad from ND Well-Known Member

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    Re: 300 rum- $650

    I've been asked this a bunch so I'll update the add. The round count is 242. I got a bag of 50 casings when I bought the rifle and lost 2 the first deer season. All other casings have been fired 5 times. Primer pockets are still tight as I don't run hot loads.

    I was heading to the rifle range last saturday. I had 4 loaded rounds left for this one and figured it didn't do me any good to keep them so I brought the rifle with. This was shot at 200 yards off a bipod. The low shot was the sighter followed by the 3-shot group after adjusting the scope. Looks like I should have given her a click left. This was shot with 200 grain accubonds with h1000 powder.

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  4. SpikeSniper

    SpikeSniper Active Member

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    Re: 300 rum- $650

    Do you know what the rate of twist and barrel length is? And, what would you say your average group size at 100yds is?

    Thanks
     
  5. Brad from ND

    Brad from ND Well-Known Member

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    Re: 300 rum- $650

    26 inch 10 twist barrel. All specs are listed on Remington's website. Above is a picture of a 1 inch group at 200 yards. It typically shoots 1/2-3/4 moa.