SOLD (2) New Brux Barrells chambered .260 Rem for Savage small shank

Discussion in 'Gun Parts - Stocks, Barrels, Actions, etc.' started by Kevin Cram, Jan 22, 2011.

  1. Kevin Cram

    Kevin Cram <b>SPONSOR</b>

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    I had a few extra Brux barrel blanks here and decided to go ahead and thread, chamber and crown them. All work done by Montour County Rifles. They are stainless / .264 cal. / 1-8 twist / 26" finished length / .875 muzzle dia. / chambered in .260 Rem. / Recessed crown / Threaded for Savage small shank 1.055 x 20 tpi. / 320 grit finish.

    $400 plus $10 for shipping each.

    1st. to post I'll take em'... gets em'.

    Thanksgun)

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  2. Kevin Cram

    Kevin Cram <b>SPONSOR</b>

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    Re: F/S (2) New Brux Barrells chambered .260 Rem for Savage small shank

    If you purchase both barrels I'll cover the shipping.
     

  3. JUDD

    JUDD Well-Known Member

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    Re: F/S (2) New Brux Barrells chambered .260 Rem for Savage small shank

    Awesome deal on some brand new barrels...

    To bad I'm not into Savages :D
     
  4. rjbyrd

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    Re: F/S (2) New Brux Barrells chambered .260 Rem for Savage small shank

    are these still available? These will fit a savage 10 right? oh and who chambered them? thanks Ray
     
  5. Kevin Cram

    Kevin Cram <b>SPONSOR</b>

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    Re: F/S (2) New Brux Barrells chambered .260 Rem for Savage small shank

    I have one spf but still have one left that's not spoken for. This should fit the Savage model 10 pending.

    Up until 2001 all Savage actions utilized a barrel with a nominal barrel thread diameter of 1.05". Soon after Savage started introduced Super Short and Ultra Mags in 2001, they began utilizing a slightly larger barrel thread diameter of 1.125" for those rifles only. Some standard magnum chambering (i.e. 300 Winchester Magnum etc.) were also fabricated using the larger barrel thread at that same time. Savage had announced that they are in the process of switching all actions to the the larger 1.125" diameter thread, but they have retreated from that statement somewhat. Only a few (some series "G") standard caliber rifles have been built with the larger thread. Rifles with the larger thread have had a noticeable 'step' in the profile right after the threads..

    I (Kevin Cram) chambered the barrel. I'm owner / operator of Montour County Rifles.
     
  6. JUDD

    JUDD Well-Known Member

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    Re: F/S (2) New Brux Barrells chambered .260 Rem for Savage small shank

    WOW

    Your like a modern day Yoda :D
     
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    Re: F/S (2) New Brux Barrells chambered .260 Rem for Savage small shank

    pm sent
     
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    Re: F/S (2) New Brux Barrells chambered .260 Rem for Savage small shank

    Kevin, what bullets have you chambered these for, how much freebore?

    Thanks
     
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    Both are sold? BILL