Savage 7mm mag

Discussion in 'Guns For Sale' started by codybrown, Feb 4, 2014.

  1. codybrown

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    Savage 110 action, Rifle basix trigger, Shilen air gauged 26" barrel. 1-9 twist, 11* target crown, no ejector in the bolt to save brass. Has a 20 MOA base on it. Shoots extremely well, loves 162 gr bullets. Rifle has less than 100 rounds through it. Previous owner cerakoted it OD green, has a Choate Ultimate Sniper stock. Was painted black. There are some scratches in the finish, this is a functional long range rifle not a beauty queen. Target is at 100 yards. Asking $700, no scope, rings, or bipod included. [​IMG][​IMG]
     

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    Need to move this
     
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    Have you shot 175-180's through it if so which brand and how they do? Take it there is no muzzle brake?
     
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    I have shot some 180 Berger's through it and they grouped about .5moa. That was with a beginning load, no load development. With a little fine tuning I bet they will shoot just as well ad the 162gr. No muzzle brake, with this stock it weighs 13.5 pounds and kicks like a 243.
     
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    Gotta go $650 plus shipping
     
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    Hey mate. I'm in Canada. Was wondering what it would be like to ship it up here. Pretty interested.
     
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    Not sure what it takes to ship to you, I'm assuming you have FFL dealers there?
     
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    im currently trying to look that up. think it just has to go to a dealer and has to be with a certain carrier. pretty much the same as in the usa. just need to see how much it costs. might be too expensive to make it worth it
     
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    Your location says New Zealand, is that where you're at?