Stockade 7WSM FS

Discussion in 'Guns For Sale' started by RockZ, Dec 2, 2009.

  1. RockZ

    RockZ Well-Known Member

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    7WSM by Kevin Rayhill at Stockade.
    Rebuilt and Blueprinted savage safari long action
    Custom built bolt body
    New Bolt Head
    Custom Recoil Lug
    Custom tactical bolt handle
    Sharpshooter supply trigger
    Woodchuck money saver stock, bedded and finished with black alumihyde II
    26" Aluminum tension barrel w/ muzzle brake

    All work done by Kevin.
    Amazing shooter.
    $1900 shipped
    Here's a link to my previous posts w/pics:
    http://www.longrangehunting.com/forums/f19/took-stockade-7wsm-range-44502/

    The muzzle break is not as dark as it looks in the pic of the barrel. It is the color of a normal stainless barrel. The aluminum tensioning shroud over the barrel is a bit lighter . The contrast is not as great as it looks in the pic.
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  2. RockZ

    RockZ Well-Known Member

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    Resonable offers considered.
    This is truly a tack driver with alot of fine gunsmithing.
     

  3. Sloverado

    Sloverado Well-Known Member

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    Can you send more pics to ryan_flies82 at hotmail.com I take it no glass or anything? Also whats the weight on the gun?
     
  4. RockZ

    RockZ Well-Known Member

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    I'll post some more pics tomorrow.

    It also comes with a 0MOA Ken Farrel G-Force base.

    The rifle with the base is 9lbs.
     
  5. RockZ

    RockZ Well-Known Member

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    More pics posted and pm's answered
    Thanks
     
  6. geargrinder

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    I didn't know that Savages have a bolt shroud?

    Could you post a picture? Or explain what it is?
     
  7. RockZ

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    Geargrinder,
    It's actually the bolt body.
    Just didn't think of that word when I wrote the ad.
    I'm changing it now.
    Thanks
     
  8. geargrinder

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    I was just curious. I know some people drill and tap the BAS for a set screw as part of a bolt lift kit and to set firing pin pre-load. I haven't seen one before and was hoping that's what you were talking about.

    That's a great looking rifle. Kevin's a great smith. Hope it sells fast.
     
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  10. RockZ

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    geargrinder,
    Thanks ,
    Kevin did put a bearing in the back of the bolt assembly and timed the action and fire pin assembly. He may also have set the preload.
    That is above my area of expertise!
     
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    RockZ Well-Known Member

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    Thanks SOLD