Remington 700 BDL 300 ultra mag

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by remcraz, Feb 12, 2018.

  1. remcraz

    remcraz Well-Known Member

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    It started out as a Remington 700 BDL SS SPS 300 RUM. I put a Bell and Carlson Medalist custom paint. Will include 50 new Norma brass. I also put a muzzle brake on it that’s same contour as the barrel. Looks like it’s part of the barrel. I changed the trigger to an old style Remington. I bought the gun new and it has less than 50 rounds shot in it. Shooting 1/2in groups with 200gr Accubonds. Not looking for any trades at this time. I have the factory stock and trigger if you don’t want the ones on it now Scope,bipod and rings not included

    ———-750.00——Shipped
     

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  2. Nhbuck1

    Nhbuck1 Active Member

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    So is this both stocks included?
     
  3. remcraz

    remcraz Well-Known Member

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    Yes sir both included
     
  4. paulatherton21

    paulatherton21 Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    Factory loads half inch or hand loads?
     
  5. remcraz

    remcraz Well-Known Member

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    Hand loads. I haven’t shot any factory loads in it
     
  6. Shortmag11

    Shortmag11 Active Member

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    Gorgeous gun!!! Just not in a caliber i have much use for. GLWS

    RANDALL
     
  7. Win.308Stealth

    Win.308Stealth Well-Known Member

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    What's the current weight?
     
  8. remcraz

    remcraz Well-Known Member

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    Bathroom scales are showing 10lb with the scope and rings
     
  9. remcraz

    remcraz Well-Known Member

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    I shot 4 times with h1000 and Nosler 200 gr Accubonds. Just to see how the H 1000 would shoot. This is at 100 yrds
     

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