WTB 7mm BARRELS or chambered 7-08 barrels for 700 remington

Discussion in 'Gun Parts - Stocks, Barrels, Actions, etc.' started by CaptainBLW, Jan 2, 2012.

  1. CaptainBLW

    CaptainBLW Well-Known Member

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    WTB Major Maker 7mm Barrels with 1-10 or faster twist. no Mcgowen.

    NEED to finish at 22" or longer with .7 to .85 muzzle diameter.

    7-08 rem Chambered barrels to fit a Rem 700 action or clone would be considered.

    I need two.

    thanks,

    Captain Ben benlwiley@hotmail.com 409-443-1550
     
  2. BillLarson

    BillLarson Well-Known Member

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    I have several.... how much were you expecting to spend.
    bill larson
     

  3. CaptainBLW

    CaptainBLW Well-Known Member

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    Please describe or email pics of what you have available for sale and their prices.

    I will pay reasonable prices dependent on each item.

    Thanks for you responce.


    Ben
     
  4. BillLarson

    BillLarson Well-Known Member

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    2 weeks ago we went thru this drill..... I mailed you a list and prices.....
    Capt.Bill
     
  5. CaptainBLW

    CaptainBLW Well-Known Member

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    BILL,
    You Are Wrong.
    This is my first post on this subject here.

    I Have not heard from you.

    Please get your Facts Straight and stop Pissing on my thread.

    Capt. Ben
     
  6. CaptainBLW

    CaptainBLW Well-Known Member

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    I'll pay a Reasonable price if you have what I am looking for.
    Do Not have a specific budget.

    I Am going to have Muzzle Brakes Installed on 7-08 chambered barrels.

    These will go on Rifles for Deer hunting for 60-90 LB Kids.
    Have never had a kid complain about recoil on a 10lb+ rifle win this caliber with a break,
    Plenty of power with handloads for Texas deer at Kid ranges, and works great with a full size stock when they are grown.

    They Need to be Heavy, but not to long.

    I would Like to Know what you have available.

    Thanks,


    Ben