BlazerBeam

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9C0AF0DA-31A0-4AB1-95EA-242316E9E2C7.jpeg C751A388-2FF5-4800-AE50-61AA86BEBB6A.jpeg AA4CA263-77B3-436C-B932-1B63BF7FA813.jpeg D5C2A955-A70B-4975-91C3-C384C3A4A5EC.jpeg C6242A12-9847-4BEF-B4CD-C16E384FD60E.jpeg 8F3E5F54-5B71-4716-AEA1-41BE22690C56.jpeg 3361F9D4-0714-420D-A013-A47678C8F3C2.jpeg 821C8CD3-985F-45A0-9FA8-D1B53D894FDE.jpeg I have a fierce fury 7 Rem Mag for sale with 105 rounds through it. It is a sweet shooter! I just can’t force myself to love a non-30 cal rifle. I thought about rebarreling to a 30 Nosler or something, but just ended up buying a completely new fierce in 300 RUM and am now selling this one. It has been hunted with 3 times this season and 3 deer were shot with it. There are ZERO signs of use. Looks and feels and shoots like brand new.

Shoots the factory precision hunter 162 eld x ammo extremely well with a 20 shot average velocity through Labradar of 3000 fps and an es of 36. Pictured below is a 100 yard, 15 shot group, producing a 1.128 inch group. 13 of those shots posting less than 3/4inch. Closer to 1/2 inch center to center.
I worked up one load with new Hornady brass with 160 Accubond going 3090 and its accuracy is shown below in a .3 inch group.
I shot the rifle unbraked but the rifle will come with brake, thread protector, bases (which came with the new rifle and appear to be 20 moa), 85 pieces of once fired hornady brass (in this rifle), 25 rounds of the precision hunter factory ammo with the 162 eld x, the original box and bolt disassembly tool. Bipod rail stays with me and second swivel stud in place.

bought rifle for $2099
Asking $1500 for everything described above





I have had 4 fierce rifles and all are shooters! Message here or Text with questions: 406-291-1461. Thanks
 
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