Savage 7mm Long Range Hunter

Discussion in 'Guns For Sale' started by spdrman, Jan 3, 2012.

  1. spdrman

    spdrman Well-Known Member

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    I have a great shooting Savage 111 LRH, it has the accu-stock, accu-trigger, muzzlebreak and adjustable cheek peice, it shoots under 1/2 MOA at 100 yards and the farthest I've shot it on paper was 500 yards and I shot 6 shots in a 3 inch group

    I have a 20 moa talley base on it with warne rings, the scope is a Leupold VX3 6.5-20x50 with 30mm tube and target knobs

    Id like $750 for the rifle and talley base
    Id leave the scope and rings on it for another $800

    Can't get pics uploaded on here from my phone but I can email them pretty fast

    Wont sell scope without rifle
     
  2. cowboy

    cowboy Well-Known Member

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    Have you had the rifle since it was new? How many total rounds would you guess you have down the barrel? Just out of curiousity, what bullets did you get your groups from? Last question - why would you want to sell it?

    I may be interested in this so if you want to PM me with your phone number I would give you a call.
     

  3. spdrman

    spdrman Well-Known Member

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    Sorry I knew id forget something, I bought the rifle and scope new in May 2011 it has 174 rounds down the barrel, I am shooting 162 grain Hornady St's with 62 grains of INT 4831, (was going to try and get it shooting a little hotter but hunting season came to fast)
     
  4. spdrman

    spdrman Well-Known Member

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    Any offers??
     
  5. sticknstring

    sticknstring Well-Known Member

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    If this was a 300wm -I'd be on it....still looking.
    Bump TTT.
     
  6. new shooter

    new shooter Well-Known Member

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    What does it weight.
     
  7. spdrman

    spdrman Well-Known Member

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    With me stepping on the scale then stepping on with the rifle it should be 10.6 pounds (sorry only way I have to weigh it)
     
  8. spdrman

    spdrman Well-Known Member

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    Oh wow my phone auto corrected some stuff and I didn't notice, im shooting 162 grain SST's with 62 grains of IMR 4831
     
  9. spdrman

    spdrman Well-Known Member

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    Here's a pic of it
     

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  10. spdrman

    spdrman Well-Known Member

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    Sold!!!