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Offline jimhar

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Remington Model 700 switch barrel target / bench rifle
« on: January 23, 2010, 01:04:29 PM »
Switch Barrel Custom Benchrest / Target / Match / Sporting Rifle
A Custom built rifle on a Remington Model 700 receiver with 4 interchangeable barrels.
4 stainless steel Benchrest barrels (w/ Factory necks)
223 Remington 40XBBR 20" muzzle dia. 0.961" (1250 rounds)
6mm BR LV (Lilja) 20 1/2" muzzle dia. 0.890" (78 rounds)
6mm BR HV (Hart) 26 1/4" muzzle dia. 0.8785" (960 rounds)
308 Winchester 40XBBR 20" muzzle dia. 0.961" (800 rounds)

Action trued & blueprinted by Schick, 2 bolts, (223 & 308 faces) trued by Schick) 223 bolt fluted, Holland Surface Ground recoil lug, pinned to receiver face, Brand new Jewell 2 oz. Competition trigger, Gilkerson insert, Allen Key stock screws, Factory 40XBBR walnut stock (pillar-bedded by Schick), Accuracy Products single-shot follower, Weaver bases, Burris Signature POZI 1” rings, Bausch & Lomb 36x BR DOT scope w/ 2 sunshades & screw-on lens caps,
Comes with:
Hornady 223 Remington full length die set, Hornady 6BR full-length die set, Hornady 6mm neck size die, Holland Remington recoil lug positioning tool, Wilson case neck turner & trimmer, 200 new Lapua 6BR brass, 50 new Lapua 308 Winchester brass, Wilson 223 Remington neck turning shell holder, Wilson 22PPC seater, Wilson 22 PPC Waldo sizer.

$2,900.00, or $2,200.00 without scope & rings, $1,995.00 without scope, rings, bases, dies, brass, or any of the other goodies mentioned above

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Re: Remington Model 700 switch barrel target / bench rifle
« Reply #1 on: February 24, 2010, 05:31:52 PM »
what is the twist on the 6br barrels, interested in selling one or both?

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Re: Remington Model 700 switch barrel target / bench rifle
« Reply #2 on: December 29, 2010, 04:48:56 PM »
All gone

 

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