WTS Rem 700 5R 308 / IOR 3-18x42 FFP

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  1. jaym_100

    jaym_100 Well-Known Member

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    This gun will shoot better then I can. I will provide all the reloading data for 175, 168 and 165gr.

    Remington 700 5R 308
    HS Precision Stock bedded along with epoxy palm and fore grip. Added about 1 pound of lead / epoxy in the butt of stock.
    Pachmyr Decelerator recoil pad 1 inch
    EGW extended base
    Rifle has been painted with krylon
    648 rounds total


    $1,000.00 Shipped

    Bipod, scope, sling and Buttpack not included
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  2. 188MULE

    188MULE Well-Known Member

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    How much for the IOR?
     

  3. jaym_100

    jaym_100 Well-Known Member

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    Change
     
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  4. muleman1953

    muleman1953 Well-Known Member

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    How much for just the gun?
     
  5. jaym_100

    jaym_100 Well-Known Member

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    change
     
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  6. jaym_100

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    Price Drop
     
  7. jaym_100

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    Just rifle now
     
  8. jaym_100

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    Price drop
     
  9. muleman1953

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    Can you post better Pics? Stock looks alittle rough around recoil pad and Epoxy Grip and Forarm looks like it could be flakeing off. Wish you wouldn't have Epoxyed weight in Stock or Painted it. Better yet how much for just the Barreled Action nothing else? Gunbroker has them new for $959.
     
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  10. jaym_100

    jaym_100 Well-Known Member

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    I will get some more pictures. The regular recoil pad sucks on these rifles. I also prefer a heavier rifle. The epoxy is not flaking off.