Or trade GAP 7 WSM

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  1. MOD7NUT1

    MOD7NUT1 Well-Known Member

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    I have a fully built GA Precision in 7 wsm built on a Surgeon action in a McMillan A5 stock. I am unsure of brand or twist of barrel but it shoots 180 bergers at 1/2 inch and the contour seems to be an MTU contour. Rifle is in excellent condition with approx 350 rounds thru it. I have a lot of short magnums and full size magnums and would like to get a rifle that's easy on the shoulder so I am willing to entertain a trade with that in mind. I would sell for $3000 or trade for another smaller custom, but if you want full retail on your trade then I will do the same. Text 9186305044 for more information or more pics. Screenshot_20180512-145354_Gallery.jpg
     
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    MOD7NUT1 Well-Known Member

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    Btt
     
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    MOD7NUT1 Well-Known Member

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    I will include brass and dies.
     
  4. Jeffrey May

    Jeffrey May Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    What are you looking for
     
  5. MOD7NUT1

    MOD7NUT1 Well-Known Member

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    Other non magnum custom rifles
     
  6. Jeffrey May

    Jeffrey May Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    I have a tactical rifles 6.5 x47 lapua
     
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    fergy Well-Known Member

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    SENT YOU A PM
     
  8. MallardAddict

    MallardAddict Well-Known Member

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    The barrel is a Bartlein 1:8 twist MTU. I am the original owner of this rifle and it absolutely hammers the 180’s.
     
  9. MOD7NUT1

    MOD7NUT1 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Mallard