SOLD/EXPIRED Custom 264 Win Mag M700

Elkbelter

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28.5" Krieger barrel
1X8" twist
8 Deep flutes & 1.25" muzzle break (OA 29.75")
Old style Remington Action (2 aperture sight screw holes)
All metal Duracoated earth tan
Shilen trigger set at 20oz No safety--you can put one on or I can exchange for factory trigger--we can figure this out
HS Precision Sendero stock sent back to HSP to paint to match
Scope, rings, bases not included-but comes with a EGW 20min Picatinny rail
Dies and brass included-but not ammo
Shoots 140 Berger VLD's very well at 3200fps mild kick for this power
Fired only 60 rounds-built last summer by Eric Springman, PA
$1775 $25 shipping. [email protected] (315) 404-2994 Rich
 

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class3nfa

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Did you have any action work done to it? How does it shoot? The rifle turned out sweet with the earth tan cerekote.:cool:
 

Elkbelter

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My buddy who is a better shot than I (maybe his bench is sturdier) shot an inch at 300yds. I kept in an inch at 200yds. The bolt is slick, lugs are lapped-you can feel it when you cam down the bolt. I paid $150 for action work when it was built. Rifle was Duracoated. One hunting shot an 11ptr at 465 yds. 1/8ing away-very small window-but the VLD hit exactly where I was aiming. 9 clicks at 38x with the NXS under an apple tree--it was fun.
 

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