SOLD/EXPIRED AO 300WSM

Plowboy85

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I picked this up on here a while back, I had plans to use it for my lighter weight gun when the 12lbers are too much but it has only left the house once for a range trip and is just taking up room with no use insight. Price is $3000 shipped and insured in the 48. AO built the whole shebang. Previous owner stated it had less than. 75 rounds on the barrel, my borescope evaluation revealed no firecracking in the throat region. I only shot it 4-5 times while out doing some other load work and have no photos but shot well with the 190VLD load that came with. A few minor paint blemishes are shown. Rings and bipod not included.

-Accurate Ordnance branded Stiller short action
-Proof Research 1:9 twist 26” barrel
-McMillan Game Hunter painted in Kuiu Vias
-Triggertech special
-APA DBM with accurate mag
-Barrel muzzle is threaded for 5/8”x24 and currently has a thunderbeast 30CB on it.
-Area 419 4” picatinny forend rail
-20 MOA pic rail bedded to action

I have a Wyatts 3.1 Bainey box and Hawkins M5 hinged floor plate that I was planning to have fitted and the rear of the loading port milled back to accept the box maximum length of 3.180”. The bottom and box could be negotiated if there is interest. The Stillers can easily have a small area in the rear machined out and Stiller supports it.

I have Forster dies and WW brass that could be negotiated if I don’t chamber a WSM barre for my MA Lone Peak.
 

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Plowboy85

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Alright fellas going to make a price drop for the weekend, if it doesn’t sell by Sunday evening I’ll keep it before I sell it for anything less. $2400 shipped and insured at that price.
 

Plowboy85

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Very easy, any smith should be able to do it. There is an area in the rear of the action that has two recessed locations and a proud area between them. It requires the area to milled out. After that I’d have the bottom skim bedded but that’s my opinion. I’m not by the gun at the moment but when I get back this evening I can get a photo of the area to be milled.
 
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