Hey everyone, Well same story as usual, I love this rifle but I'm too broke and I'm cleaning out the rifles and reloading stuff. This gun was built by Dave Tooley and I just got it about a month and a half ago. It is in perfect condition, never hunted only went to the range for load development, so there really isn't a scratch on it. 6.5-06 AI 108 rounds Trued Rem 700 Pacific Research/Borden Rimrock stock Hart 23.5" fluted barrel 1-9 twist Reworked Rem trigger black cerakote on metal black with OD green fleck stock color Comes with Redding dies and 50 pieces of 2x fired brass Talley bases and 1" rings $2650 shipped scope not included This gun shoots awesome with H4350 and 120 ballistic tips at 3150. The last 4 or 5 3 shot groups were under .5 moa at 100. I spent the first 50 or so rounds trying to shoot the 100 tsx but it wouldnt do too much so I went to the ballistic tip and it is shooting great. I've found that this bullet seated anywhere between .043" off to .005" off the lands shoots under a .5 MOA and, you may not care that much about this in a hunting rifle but the ES of the last 15-20 rounds was 8.