What is a xp100-r worth?

blipelt

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I found a used blued 260 xp100 repeater at a local shop. What should I give for it?

Where do I start for building a long range pistol? What caliber? I really don't know much about them and would like some help from the masters.

The only thing I was thinking for sure is one of Joel's stocks.



Brent
 

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I think somewhere around 500 is ok(without scope), That would be awesome in a 6.5x284! I've got a lee-six style stock coming for my savage target action pistol, I cant wait!
 

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I found a used blued 260 xp100 repeater at a local shop. What should I give for it?

Where do I start for building a long range pistol? What caliber? I really don't know much about them and would like some help from the masters.

The only thing I was thinking for sure is one of Joel's stocks.



Brent
Brent .
Make sure its a XP 100 and that it is stamped on the action.

I don't think that Remington ever made a repeater because of the trigger link in the
bottom.

It could be a short action rifle that has been made into a pistol.

It could be but i have never seen one.

J E CUSTOM
 

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A month ago I paid Trapperluke of this forum $550 plus shipping for a 260 Rem XP100R that was a lightly used and unmodified. That's what he asked for it and that's what I paid him.

I would have preferred to build from only an action but the DC MPD would not let me go that way.

If the snow will melt I will go and shoot it. I am happy with the 260 as a cartridge and will probably stay with it even if I rebarrel.

Can you say "Dead antelope at 500 yards!" :D

 

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The xp-100r was made, the center grips are a single shot and the repeater is rear grip. they made them in 260,7-08,308 and I think one more caliber...
 

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The XP100R is a model 7 action. The XP100 single shot is a model 600 action. If you order a RUSSO stock make sure you tell him if you have a XP100 or a XP100R action. Ross
 

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Thanks guys it sure does help when you have the knowledge this site has to offer. I bought it and it looks just like BB's. I also paid $550 and mine has a Bushnell 2-6 on it. Wasn't shot much but it does have a few minor nicks on the the stock. Doesn't really matter since I have to do some fine tuning to the right hand stock to make it go either way.



Brent
 

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VSSF,

Do you have Burris 3x12s on all four of those fine looking rigs? Do you use them for long range work and if so how do you like them?

I just mounted one on my Striker but haven't had the chance to shoot with it yet.

Chris
 

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I forgot about the rear grip model. My Bad !!!!

When I was messing with the XPs they didn't make the rear grip only the custom
pistols had rear grips.

J E CUSTOM
 

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Think you did pretty well at 550.00, the .260's seem to bring a little more than the others and from what I've been seeing lately most sell in the 550-600.00 range. Quite a few people asking a lot more though.

I picked up a NIB 22-250 a little more than a month ago for 500.00. It'd been sitting on a back shelf at a shop most of it's life.
 

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