sendero differences? SF vs LS

Dr. John

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I am looking for a sendero in 300 rum. just found a couple of LS versions with the heavy barrel with laminated stock. either way I go I would replace the stock with a McMillan or Choate. Are the LS versions (now discontinued?) any worse than the Stainless Fluted version?
 

VSSF

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The sendero comes with an HS Precision stock,I've never seen the .300 come in a S/S bull barrel with a laminate stock,My brother had the .300 RUM LSS but it's a sporter barrel.I have a 300 RUM in a sendero it's a bull barrel S/S and fluted.


[ 01-18-2004: Message edited by: VSSF ]
 

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