WTS 338 Lapua TRG-42

Discussion in 'Guns For Sale' started by Tomg, Apr 22, 2013.

  1. Tomg

    Tomg Well-Known Member

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    For Sale is a lightly used TRG-42 with 180 rounds fired, The gun has the Roedale brake and 20 moa base. I installed the TRG folder option and have the original butt stock that will be included with the sale. The gun is Cerakoted in Desert Sage Tan and it looks awesome. I have only shot the 300 gr SMK and it shoots well as it should. I have mounted a Leupold 6.5x20x50 with TMR reticle and the Barrett Bors optical ranging system.

    Here are the spec's

    Caliber: .338 Lapua MagnumWeight: 5.3 kg (11 3/4 lbs)Rifle Overall Length: 1200 mm (47 1/4”)Action: TRG42 Trigger: Two stage adjustable in length and horizontal or vertical pitch Safety: Safety lever inside the trigger guard locks both the trigger mechanism and bolt handle, as well as blocks the firing pin. Rifle Barrel Length: 690 mm (27 1/8”)Rifle Barrel Twist: 1: 10"Rifle Stock: Aluminium re-inforced composite - Fixed butt - Desert Sage CerakoteScope Mount: Picatinny 20 moa rail.

    Price for the whole package is $5900.00 Shipped to your FFL
    Price for just the gun is $4250.00 Shipped to your FFL

    No Trades please and the Bi-pod is not included!

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  2. longrangehunterII

    longrangehunterII Well-Known Member

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    I'm curious how you mounted the bipod and what type of bipod is it?

    Thanks

    Nice rig BTW.
     

  3. Tomg

    Tomg Well-Known Member

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    It is mounted to the swivel stud, and its the Sinclair Tactical unit $229.00 at Sinclair Int.

    Its the best bipod I have ever used!
     
  4. longrangehunterII

    longrangehunterII Well-Known Member

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    Did you use the factory Sako stud in the rail or use some kind of adaptor stud in the rail?
     
  5. Tomg

    Tomg Well-Known Member

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    I used the factory stud on the rail.
     
  6. Tomg

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    I would sell gun with factory butt stock, brake, and 20 moa rail for $3450.00
     
  7. Tomg

    Tomg Well-Known Member

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    Sold Pending Funds!