SOLD/EXPIRED Stiller Predator Switch Barrel For Sale

Hondo64d

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Making room for some new blood to come in to the herd.

All 'smithing done by Mike Bryant of Bryant Custom Rifles.

Stiller Predator Short Action

Two barrels:

24" Brux #5 12" twist chambered in .308 with a Palma reamer, .050" freebore
24" Brux #4 8.5" with interrupted fluting, 8.5" twist chambered in .260 Remington

Stiller 20 MOA pinned rail
PT&G pinned recoil lug.
Extended Wyatt Box
PT&G BDL type floorplate
Shilen Trigger
McMillan Remington Hunter, pillar bedded. Flush cups on left side, bipod swivel stud on bottom front. 1" decelerator pad.

With .308 barrel:





.308 barrel shoots stupid good.

10 shots. 168gr Hunting VLDs with Varget



5 Shots. 175gr Hunting VLD with Varget



With .260 Barrel.





The .260 barrel probably has something north of 1000 rounds through it but still pretty much stays under MOA. Here’s a pic of a group I shot with 140gr Hybrids and 7828ssc a couple of days ago. This was not one I had tried before, but rather a load development load I was just trying to see how it would like it.



Priced to sell at $2350.

Will include Bushnell LRHS and Burris XTR rings for an additional $800

John
 

Hondo64d

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Bump with a little more on how it shoots. Here's a quote from a previous post on another site:

Hondo64d said:
Hondo64d said:
45gr R15 behind 155gr Bullets seems to be a good accuracy node in my rifle. Two different bullets, two different cases, two different primers but the same powder charge produce great accuracy for me. These are 10 shot groups.

John



Here's a follow up on the 155gr Scenar load shown above. Shot these on Friday.

400m, 8" plate, .242 MOA



500m, 8" plate, .309 MOA

 

Timnterra

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That looks awesome! I'd love to buy the whole set up but don't have the cash would you sell the scope and rings separate?
 

Hondo64d

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At the price listed, the scope and rings are just incentive to move the rifle. I'm not opposed to letting it go separately, but if I do, no way I can go as low as $800.

John
 

Hondo64d

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This is a good deal folks. Here's a breakdown of what the components alone would cost you:

Stiller Predator Action: $975
Stiller 20 MOA Rail - $75
Brux Barrel x 2 - $600
PT&G BDL Floor Metal - $89
Wyatt Extended Magazine Box - $32
Shilen Stainless Trigger - $149.99
McMillan Remington Hunter - $537

Total = $2457.99

The above total does not include chambering, bedding and assembly by Mike Bryant, one of the best names in the business. That would add approximately $800 to the number above for a total of $3257.99

The rifle is a proven shooter… Don't miss out!

John
 

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