Savage 6br built by Savagegunsmithing.com-Reduced ,Pic added

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  1. RockZ

    RockZ Well-Known Member

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    Savage 6br built by Savagegunsmithing.com
    Scott Null at savagegunsmithing.com built this rifle.
    It is a 12 BVSS with a Montana Rifleman 26" stainless bull barrel, 9twist.
    Scott did the accuracy package, trued the action and bedded the stock.
    Accurizing Rifles
    Also comes with a farrel one piece base.
    Great shooting rifle.
    $1000 OBO Shipped.
     

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  2. RockZ

    RockZ Well-Known Member

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    Re: Savage 6br built by Savagegunsmithing.com

    Offers considered
     

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    Any idea how many rounds you have down the tube? If you've done much shooting with it - what are you getting for groups at what distance? Any chance you're located somewhere close to Billings, Mt. as I may be interested. If you've got any pictures of the rifle it would be appreciated.
     
  4. RockZ

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    I've got about 350 rounds through it.
    It shoots 3-4" groups at 565yds. It would be better but the wind gets me and I get a little more horizontal than I would like.The vertical is only about 1.25-1.5"


    I'm in florida

    Update
    I just shot the gun a few days ago and shot a 2"and 2.4" 5 shot group at 565yds.
     
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    pic added
    May part out if interested as well
     
  6. SouthPawShooter

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    How much for the barrel
     
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    $200 shipped for the barrel.
     
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    does that include the base or would you be taking that off of it?
     
  9. RockZ

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    Rifle comes with the farrell base
     
  10. RockZ

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    reduced to 900
     
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    If that was a standard weight barrel I would jump all over it - any idea what the complete rifle weighs?
     
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    I think it's about 9 lbs.
     
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    What trigger and recoil lug are in it ? And since it's a 1:9, what bullet weight does it like best?
    Thanks, blue
     
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  14. RockZ

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    It has the accu trigger and has an oversize ground lug that was part of the accuracy package.
    It's described in the savagegunsmithing.com link.

    I'm shooting 95gr BIB flat base bullets and getting very good accuracy.
    I shot a 2" and 2.4" 5 shot group at 565yds with them the other day to see how the rifle was shooting.
    Also hit a 4" gong at 565yds 19 out of 20 times and then another 10 in a row but missed about 5 after that when the wind started changing.

    I bet the 87 amax and the 95 sierras would shoot great as well.
    The rifle didn't like the 95gr bergers.