I would like to sell my 338 Edge. It is built around a Pierce Titanium Action. The list of parts includes: Pierce Titanium Action w/ Slab Cut on LH side Ti recoil lug Lightened bolt option Benchmark #5 contour, fluted, 1:9.5 twist, 28" and threaded 5/8"-24 and has a muzzle brake Black CeraKote Manners T-A stock w/ the forearm lightened and fluted, aluminum pillar/devcon steel putty bedding PTG BDL bottom metal Timney trigger The round count on this rifle is 70 rounds. I did some initial break-in/load development and shot a few groups. I build this rifle while working at Pierce Engineering. I worked there for a little over year and did all of the CNC work. I made this action, bolt, bolt handle, bolt knob, bolt release, recoil lug, and firing pin. I did the chamber work and also threaded it for the muzzle brake, which I also made. I bedded the manners stock and also did the lightening to it and the flutes. I know this rifle inside and out. Included with the sale will be NEW redding dies and 100 pcs. of Nosler custom brass. This alone, is worth almost $400.00 Parts and labor in this gun total about $3,700.00 I am asking $3,800.00 The pictures of the groups were taken just last week. The wind was whipping. This rifle shoots much better than I do. The flyer is due to me not being able to call wind on the open prairie with no indicators. I really hate to send it down the road, but I need the money and have other projects I need to finish long before I will be able to put this black beauty to use. (That's what I call her) This was five shots @100 yards. I also shot at 500 yards and had 1.5" of vertical dispersion, but one shot went 8" to the right because of the wind dying. Scope, rings, and bi-pod are not included. This rifle is for sale in other places, including locally. I will accept a personal or cashiers check. Please understand a two day wait period for the check to clear. It will ship the day it clears and is deposited in my account. There will be a 3 day inspection period. Buyer pays for shipping and insurance. If the rifle is refused, me, the seller, will pay the return shipping and insurance. I hate to see it go, but like I said, I have many more pressing needs for the money. My GI Bill is going to run out soon and I have quite a bit of school left. I'm hoping to get a degree in Mechanical Engineering and I used a lot of my benefits on gunsmithing school and the Brownell's Trinidad Third Year Gunsmithing program. I will re-chamber this to 338 Rum if it is the difference of a sale.