WTB 264 Win Mag

Discussion in 'Guns For Sale' started by doug2080, Jul 28, 2013.

  1. doug2080

    doug2080 Well-Known Member

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    What I'm really looking for is a 264 Win Mag in a remington sendero or maybe a semi custom, but may be interested in others. Let me know what you have. Thanks
     
  2. Truc

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    Saw a 264 Win Mag up at Hendershots in MD. it was the first yr 1959 that Winchester sold this chamber in. Not cheap from what I remember
     

  3. doug2080

    doug2080 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the shout out but am really looking for a mountain rifle that I wont be scared of getting scratched or rusting on me in bad mountain weather. Thanks again though
     
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    Truc Well-Known Member

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    What made me notice it was I am thinking of rebarreling a Tikka into a 264 Win Mag
     
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    pm sent
     
  6. wvhunter92

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    Interested in a remington 700 CDL stainless fluted ?
     
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    A local site has this (not mine) Pm me if intersted and I can give you details.

    264 Winchester Mag

    Model 70 (post 64) Winchester in 264 mag blued action and barrel, beautiful wood stock with decellerator pad. 3X9 Vari X1 in Leupold rings and bases. Also new brass and RCBS Dies. Asking $700.00 OBO.
     
  8. doug2080

    doug2080 Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys thanks for all info on the rifles and I love the look of the CDL but it really needs to have a synthetic stock on it for the abuse that the beartooth mtns and the clients that may be handling it can take. And I prefer a heavy rifle. But thank you all. I had a feeling this would be a hard to find rifle, but thought I'd give a shout out to all my hunting brothers out there. Thanks again.