With medical school expenses looming, I am having to sell what has come to be my favorite long range rifle. Without further ado, here are the specs. APS 338 Allen Xpress Extreme Hunter Series Rifle --BAT HRPIC receiver (integral recoil lug and integral 20 moa base) --Lilja #7 contour 1-10 twist barrel, heavy flutes, 26" length --McMillan A5 Stock with saddle-style cheek piece, two studs in front one in rear --Jewell trigger adjusted to 1.5 lbs --APS Painkiller Muzzle brake --Seekins DM bottom metal including one mag Included with this rifle will be 47 pieces of brass that were fireformed with mild loads and fired with full tilt loads twice. I ended up losing three pieces last fall while hunting. That puts the round count at 150. This rifle will not include reloading dies as my dad has a 338 AX and we share the dies. You can get dies from Kirby for a reasonable cost. This is easily a 1/4 moa rifle. Three shot groups at 300 yards are usually touching if I do my part. It is extremely accurate. As I write this, I keep trying to talk myself out of selling it. It is everything you want in a long range rig being accurate, fairly compact, and not too bad to carry around. I don't have a scale on hand to get a really accurate weight, but 12-13 lbs for the bare rifle is pretty close. My load in this rifle pushes the 300 SMK at 2950 fps. It is not a hot load and as mentioned previously is extremely accurate. I need $4000.00 for this rifle which will include shipping in a hard case.