I don't foresee myself going back to Africa in the near future, so I am putting my African rifle up for sale. Specs are as follows. 375 Remington Ultra Mag built by Kirby Allen of Allen Precision Shooting --Lawton 7000 Receiver, right handed --Lawton 20 MOA Picatinney Rail --McMillan BDL Stock, 13.5" LOP, pillar bedded --Lilja #6 Contour Barrel, 24" long, 1-10 twist, fluted --Defensive Edge Muzzle Brake --Rifles Basix trigger tuned to 3.5 lbs. --HS Precision DM with one 3 round mag --All metal teflon coated black by Shawn Carlock at Defensive Edge The rifle has been on one African safari and is responsible for the demise of a mature Lion, Leopard, Cape Buffalo, and a host of plains game. It is quite simply a hammer and dispatched of each of these animals quickly and humanely. It would also make a nice bear, moose, or elk rifle that would put animals down with authority. The rifle has 150 rounds down the tube. It is in excellent shape and I can find no flaws on it anywhere. It is very well balanced, feeds flawlessly, and is pleasant to shoot with the DE muzzle brake. It is very accurate and fired even the big, round-nosed bullets at 3/4 MOA accuracy at 100 yards. Accuracy with the 260 grain Nosler Accubond is easily 1/2 MOA. Included with the rifle are a host of reloading components as outlined below. --RCBS Reloading Dies --130 A-Square 300 grain Dead Tough Bullets --50 A -Sqaure 300 grain Lion Load Bullets --50 A-Square Monolithic Solid Bullets --110 260 grain Nosler Accubond Bullets --24 Loaded rounds with the A-Sqaure Dead Tough Bullets --16 Loaded rounds with the A-Sqaure Monolithic Solids --10 Loaded rounds with 260 grain Nosler Accubonds --50 pieces of new in bag 375 RUM brass --58 pieces of twice fired brass If you add up the cost of all that lead and brass, you will see there is a lot of value there. All you need to do is put a scope on it, go to Africa, and shoot whatever you can afford! I am asking $3000 shipped for this entire package.