Savage 12 LRP 260 "$875.00 Shipped"

Discussion in 'Guns For Sale' started by rodeo trash, Jan 17, 2012.

  1. rodeo trash

    rodeo trash Member

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    I really don't want to do this but because of my families financial situation I am selling my rifle. I need to sell this rifle in order to pay some bills. Savage 12 LRP 260: $990.00
    Choate Tactical stock $225.00
    Troy Industries Sling $35.00
    Nightforce heavy steal 20 moa base $114.00
    The rifle has about 200 rounds down the tube. The bolt needs to have a new ejector pin and spring installed which I have.
    If you are interested please send me a pm. $875.00 shipped to your FFL.
    (SCOPE, BIPOD, RINGS and LEVEL are not included)

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  2. elkthumper

    elkthumper Well-Known Member

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    Intersted, how did it shoot for you? What load did you use?
     

  3. Buano

    Buano Well-Known Member

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    What's the weight minus scope, rings & bipod?
     
  4. Tikkamike

    Tikkamike Well-Known Member

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    can you take a picture of the rear tang that shows how it matches up to the stock?
     
  5. rodeo trash

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    The rifle shoots great!!!!

    All shots were from 100 yrds.
    I've had good luck with:



    140 Berger
    39 grns. RL-17
    OAL 2.2690 measuring with a bullet compareter from base to ogive.
    LC 308 Brass necked down
    4-shot group was .27" I pulled my first shot of my 5 shot group on 2 different loads.

    140 Berger
    39 grns. IMR-4350
    OAL 2.2690
    4-shot group was .34" this was the other load that I pulled my first of 5 shots. The first shot landed in almost the same place with both of these loads so I'm pretty sure it was shooter mistake.

    140 Berger
    39.5 grns RL-17
    OAL 2.2695
    5-shot group .38"

    120 SMK
    45 grns. RL-17
    OAL 2.2695
    5-shot group .50"

    I measure outside diameter and then subtract .264, I think that this is the correct way to measure.
    I shot these groups prone off of a bipod.
    I just received a box of Hornady 129 sst's and a box of Nosler 120 grn BT's and I bought some H4350 to try. My Broker gave me a gift card to Sportsmans Wharehouse, Merry Christmas.
     
  6. rodeo trash

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    I think this is what you wanted to see.
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  7. rodeo trash

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    I put the rifle on my house hold scale and it came out right about 10 lbs.
     
  8. Tikkamike

    Tikkamike Well-Known Member

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    ...Kind of, I should have been more specific. I had a savage with the same stock and it did not match up very well. Is it too much to see a pic of the tang/stock from the side? the one I had there was a 1/4" gap that I found to be quite unattractive. Your appears to match up much better from the pics but if its not a lot of trouble one from the side would be nice.
     
  9. rodeo trash

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    I would be happy to take more pictures

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  10. Tikkamike

    Tikkamike Well-Known Member

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    Looks much better than what I had. Do you feel the stock is a proper fit to the action?
     
  11. rodeo trash

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    Yes but I'm no expert. A friend and I actually bedded the action to the stock. There is a slight lift at the saftey.

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  12. Tikkamike

    Tikkamike Well-Known Member

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    any interest in selling the barreled action?
     
  13. rodeo trash

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    No not at this time. I need the funds for something else.