To all, Let me give a bit of background on this wildcat. The Raptor wildcats are my latest adventure in a new wildcat family I will be offering from my shop to the public. The 300 Raptor is based on the 338 Excalibur parent case, necked down to 30 cal and shoulder moved forward to increase case capacity. Shoulder angle and body taper are the same as all its siblings in the ALLEN PRECISION wildcat families. Simply put, this is the largest capacity and performance 30 caliber magnum on the market that can be used in a conventional sized receiver. The potential of this chambering is extreme. 200 gr Accubonds can be driven to nearly 3600 fps, 230 gr Berger Hybrids to 3350 fps and the 240 gr SMK to right at 3300 fps. These loads offered case life in excess of 6-7 firings per case and many of my test cases have over 8 firings on each case so they are not an overly hot load showing the potential of this big 30 cal. To form brass its easy to load a properly necked down 338 Excalibur case loaded with an upper end load for the 30-378 Wby and fireformed cases come out perfectly formed. Now some on the actual rifle. This rifle is the very first 300 Raptor even made. It was the rifle I used to do all my load development and ballistic testing of the 300 Raptor. Putting nearly 700 rounds through the rifle. Since all of this shooting was done off the bench, the rifle looks brand new. Still, this number of rounds from a chambering of this extreme performance is more then enough to produce some wear on the barrel. As such, I pulled the original barrel, and replaced it with a brand new Lilja 1-9, 3 groove barrel in my custom Raptor LRSS contour with 30" finish length. Here are the specifics for the rifle: Raptor LRSS Stainless receiver, single shot 20 moa full length stainless steel rail base triple pinned to receiver Holland Comp recoil lug Jewell trigger with top safety Metal ADL trigger guard Lilja Custom APS Raptor LRSS barrel contour with dual flute pattern 1-9 twist 3 groove rifling Medium 3 port Painkiller muzzle brake Bead Blast matte finish on barreled receiver McMillan A-5 tactical stock 60% black, 40% red Decelerator recoil pad Thumbwheel adjustable Cheek Piece Shim style adjustable LOP system Standard Uncle Mike swivel studs, two on forend, one on toe Custom APS pillar bedding Nightforce 30mm Ultralight Tactical rings, (2 sets) Nightforce 5.5-22x 50mm w/ NP-R1 reticle Harris 9-13" Swivel base bipod with leg notches and pod-loc conversion Custom Hornady 300 Raptor Loading die set(neck bushing FL sizing die) 140 pieces of brass (50 formed) Load data Barrel break in completed 62" cabelas bullet proof aluminum hard case Shipping to your FFL Some pics of the rifle This picture shows the unique Raptor LRSS barrel contour with dual flute pattern. THis picture shows alot of what makes the Raptor a Raptor, aggressive bolt fluting on a huge bolt, massively strong bolt handle, heavy tang for strength and stability and long receiver thread tenon for dramatic barrel support and increased bedding area. Over engineered in every way BY DESIGN!!! This rifle is show room condition, Even better, barrel break in finished, a true turn key rifle ready to take out of the case and take to the field. If someone were to call the shop today and order this package right now. The total price for the complete turn key system would be $9200 including barrel break in and load development. I am asking $7500 for the complete package, that is 18% off new price for the highest performing 30 cal magnum on the market. Not only that, the very first 300 Raptor to come off the line. With the 140 round of 338 Excalibur brass, this is enough to wear out the barrel if you use my recommended loads to get 6-8 firings per case. I will also consider selling the rifle without scope, rings and bipod for a price of $5500 for rifle, dies, brass, hard case and shipping to your FFL holder. The rifle showed a strong preference for the 240 gr SMK. Loaded to nearly 3300 fps, this bullet showed some amazing consistancy even out to 1500 yards. Easily able to meet my 1/2 moa accuracy potential requirement at long range. The last accuracy test I did with this rifle it put 6 shots, in two three shot strings into less then 4" at 1100 yards. Admittedly, the conditions were ideal but this big girl REALLY likes the big 240 gr SMK. It shoots the 230 gr Bergers pretty well also but generally in the 3/4 to 1 moa range at ranges past 1000 yards. This is not the fault of the Berger bullet but likely because of the 3 groove rifling design which is very hard on all berger bullets. The heavier jacekted bullets shot better. The 200 gr Accubond shot well, better then the Berger bullets but not quite as consistant as the 240 gr SMK. This may simply have been because of its lower BC and being effected more by the conditions. Anyway, these prices are relatively solid but always open to realistic offers. Not looking for any trades on this rifle. Only real reason for selling this rifle is because I am starting another test rifle based on the Armalite AR-50 to test my 458 Allen Magnum and 510 Maxium wildcats which are both based on the 50 BMG parent case. Looking to sell this rifle to fund that test platform. If your interested send PMs or e-mails to email@example.com Thanks for your time and as always, first come first serve.