Custom Rbros 6.5 SAUM - Lone Peak Fuzion Ti, Proof Carbon, AG Carbon, TT

6point5x284

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WTS my 6.5 SAUM built by Rbros.

Components:
Action: Lone Peak Arms Fuzion Ti (SA, Alpine Cut)
Barrel: Carbon Proof 1:8 26”
Stock: AG Carbon Visigoth (bedded)
Trigger: Trigger Tech Special
Brake: Rbros flush OD 2 port
Bottom Metal: Alamo Precision Arms BDL
Box/Mag/Follower: Wyatt (2.950 OAL)
Rings: Hawkins 30mm Medium or Low

I run the 143 ELD-X at 3136 fps or 156 EOL at 3030 fps.

Round count is between 225 and 275. Hunted, carried a lot, shot little. Some marks on brake where it hits branches when strapped to pack in the woods.

Shoots great, just built a lighter gun on a 22” barrel. Just smoked a bull with this gun last week. 351 yards quartering too in the throat. Exited behind offside front shoulder.

Target pic is 3 shot group at 1013 yards with 143 ELD-X on 10” gong.

Weight is 8.2 lbs with scope and rings.

Scope is not for sale.

$4,500 OBO.

Trades: Will trade for NL 12x42 plus $1,000 / will trade for larger caliber custom light hunting rifle (28 Nosler, 300 RUM, 30 Nosler, 300 Win Mag, etc...) with carbon barrel and BDL, would consider AI AT in the right configuration.

Can also sell with AG carbon M50 stock with DE Kydex cheek rest instead of AG carbon Visigoth. $4,250 OBO with M50. M50 is also bedded.

*Spartan Bipod rail not included. Comes with 2 swivel studs.
 

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Bullmark

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Nice rifle for sure....I’m looking for a a rifle on the lighter side for carry and in certain treestands where movement is tight.
If yours weighs 8.2lbs with that Nightforce scope it has to come in at 6.0-6.4 lbs naked?? The NF is rather heavy....35-40oz I believe.
My current rifle, a McWhorter build, is 8.4lbs naked. If I could drop 2lbs it would make a big difference.
Can u confirm that my assumptions are in the ballpark. Thanks
 

6point5x284

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Nice rifle for sure....I’m looking for a a rifle on the lighter side for carry and in certain treestands where movement is tight.
If yours weighs 8.2lbs with that Nightforce scope it has to come in at 6.0-6.4 lbs naked?? The NF is rather heavy....35-40oz I believe.
My current rifle, a McWhorter build, is 8.4lbs naked. If I could drop 2lbs it would make a big difference.
Can u confirm that my assumptions are in the ballpark. Thanks

Just weighed it on my digital fish scale (all I have). 8.31 lbs with scope, AAD caps, level, and rings. Exactly 6.50 lbs naked.
 

6point5x284

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Took better pics of the brake after cleaning, and the bolt knob. These are the two areas where some kind of a visible blemish exists. Most of the marks on the brake were actually in the tape residue from electrical tape and it came right off.
 

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rwcole

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Off topic.. but how is that zeiss scope at 800-1000yds? Im between it and a leupold
 

6point5x284

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Off topic.. but how is that zeiss scope at 800-1000yds? Im between it and a leupold

I love it. The only Leupold I would consider is the Mk 5 line, and their 3.6-18 is a great little scope. It tacks on about 4-5 oz though, and I prefer SFP for hunting. Having to go 35mm rings also bugs me. A preference thing. I've had a lot of hard miles on this scope, and most recently a mountain goat trip that was anything but easy on it and it's been solid. It had a hard rock fall a couple years ago and moved about .5" from my zero, but I was blown away it even worked to be honest. I was more than pleased with a very small zero change from the impact. This scope with the AAD scope caps is pure bliss. I ran several NF ATACR and just kept coming back to the V6. But, scopes are like boots and everyone has features they like. It may not be the best one for somebody else.
 
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