Montana Rifle Co. M1999 Action



Has anyone here gotten on the list for the Montana Rifle Co's Charter Issue of their M1999 Action? Sounds like a good deal--Long or Short, CM or Stainless, Left or Right, Standard or Magnum Boltface. Your choice of all options in any config...$350.00. It comes with a one piece BDL style FP. Here's the link...

[ 01-23-2003: Message edited by: Chris Jamison ]


I like what I see Chris.. just not sure if I have the funds available


Well-Known Member
Jul 27, 2001
I believe that this is a controlled feed action. So a bit of a bummer for us single feed shooters. Anyone know for sure?



You are correct Jerry--It is CRF. I was thinking of building a lighter, SA walk aroung type rifle with this type action. Maybe a WSM in 6.5/.30/.338 or such..Haven't decided yet...

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