SOLD/EXPIRED ***SOLD PF*** - Custom McWhorter 7MM RUM - Dark Horse

tonyo

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McWhorter 7MM REM Ultra Mag – “Dark Horse”

Borden Timberline action – helical fluted
Jewel trigger set @ 1.5 lb
HS precision box magazine
Hart #5 26" barrel – 1/9 Twist – helical fluted
McMillan BDL edge tech stock – pillar bedded
Sako extractor
8x40 drilled screws
McWhorter custom muzzle break
Cerakoted

McWhorter Rifle = $5,495.00

Borden 20 MOA rail = $110.00

Night Force Rings – Ultralite Low = $163.00

Night Force top ring with bubble level and ADI mount = $100.00

ADI - calibrated in degrees = $116.99

Night Force NSX 5.5-22X56 Scope – UHV.5 Velocity 1000, .250 MOA, Zero-stop, High speed turrets = $2,025.00

Hard case = $50.00

Remington Brass (100 ea) = $103.99

RCBS FL Die Set = $29.99

MTM R-100 Ammo case = $14.99

180 Gr Berger VLD Bullets (58 unloaded / 19 loaded) = $46.49


Total Package Replacement Value = $8,255.45


Asking Price = $7,000.00 shipped to FFL in the lower 48. FFL must accept from private party.

My plan is to sell this package complete. I do not intend on separating the scope or any other components. Honestly, there is no better way that I can think of to configure this rifle and I’ve already invested the time to set it up and “dial” it in. All of the components used to build this gun were brand new for THIS rifle, no blems, 2nd’s, or used up parts.

Total round count is exactly 41. It took approx 20 rounds to complete barrel break-in, zero the scope, and develop the load that shoots one ragged hole at 100 yards. You will not believe the accuracy of this gun.

After load development / barrel break-in, I took the gun out in the field and had a day of fun shooting rocks out to 1100 yards with very impressive results.

This rifle likes 180gr Berger VLD bullets, 89 grains Retumbo, chrono velocity avg @ 3,190 ft/sec. The remaining load data will be provided to the new owner as well.

The bathroom scale says it weighs 10.5 lbs as pictured.

The bolt handle has one very small “tick” on the Cerakote from moving it in the safe.

Let me know what you think...
 

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tonyo

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Re: WTS - Custom McWhorter 7MM RUM - Dark Horse

few extra picures...
 

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tonyo

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Re: WTS - Custom McWhorter 7MM RUM - Dark Horse

I'd consider a Barrett 50 BMG in some sort of trade, not looking for any other trades at this time, thanks.
 

pawater

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Re: WTS - Custom McWhorter 7MM RUM - Dark Horse

Does the magazine allow the bullets to be seated long?
 

tonyo

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Re: WTS - Custom McWhorter 7MM RUM - Dark Horse

Yes Sir, the magizine is machined out to allow for longer seated bullets.

Thanks
 

bgulli57

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Re: WTS - Custom McWhorter 7MM RUM - Dark Horse

Very Nice - I don't know if it would leave my mantel - :D
 

tonyo

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Re: WTS - Custom McWhorter 7MM RUM - Dark Horse

It looks nice on the mantle, trust me, that's where I keep it too!
 

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