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thenotoriousmo 07-30-2017 12:27 PM

i shot a desert tech...338norma/6.5 creed/, Redondo beach, Will Ship
 
More rifles may be added, first dibs are going to my family and friends

[b]Make: LRI built remington 700

[b]Model: remington 700

[b]Caliber: 338 norma mag

[b]Location (city or county):Redondo Beach

[b]Price: 2500 w/o optic, 3750 with optic/rings if purchased together OBO
unless you have a desert tech, no trade offers. And if i am way off on my pricing, feel free to message even if you dont have any interest in buying

[b]Will ship (Y/N): yes

[b]Other info:

I know that this is a has a niche market and this caliber needs to be reloaded, so i am selling a complete setup to get you shooting (load data is provided). Technically i am the third owner of this rifle, but i was also the first (I sold it to a good friend who never shot it when i needed money for an operation for my dog).

there are exactly 433 rounds through this barrel. This caliber is supposed to have better life than a lapua so there is a looot of life left in this girl. So for someone who is interested in getting into the mile game the right way from the start, this is a complete setup to get you playing.



specs:
-Remington 700 action with bolt knob and fluted bolt
-Bartline MTU contour 9.3 twist barrel finished at 29" with a badger thruster blended in.
-barreled action cerakoted in patriot brown
-timney calvin elite trigger (safety lever removed but included)
-MDT Remington branded tac 21 chassis with 3.775 accurate mag
-PRS stock with MDT recoil pad
-Atlas bipod
-Bushnell XRS 4.5-30 with burris customizable cant rings (including base, 60MOA in on right now)
-forester sizing die
-whidden micrometer seating die
-200 pieces of 2x fired norma 338 brass in storage boxes (+15ish used for load work up, some of these pockets may be loose)
-200 berger 300 OTM projectiles
-2 50 round loading trays
-midway drag bag with cleaning rod inside



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i tried to crop out my messy garage the best i could...

thenotoriousmo 07-30-2017 12:28 PM

b]Make: LRI built remington 700

[b]Model: remington 700

[b]Caliber: 6.5 creedmoor

[b]Location (city or county):Redondo Beach

[b]Price: 2000 w/o optic,3250 with optic/rings if purchased together OBO
unless you have a desert tech, no trade offers. And if i am way off on my pricing, feel free to message even if you dont have any interest in buying

[b]Will ship (Y/N): yes

[b]Other info:

Honestly, this is probably one of my favorite rifles and is one amazing shooter. I am the only owner of this rifle and there are exactly 645 rounds through this barrel. Load data will be provided to buyer

specs:
-Remington 700 action with bolt knob and fluted bolt
-Rock M24 contour 8 twist barrel finished at 26" with a badger thruster blended in.
Jewel trigger @ 1lb
-AICS 2.0 chassis with victor company skins
atlas bipod on spigot
-1 10 round AICS mag
-Bushnell XRS 4.5-30 with seekens 3/2 rings
-20 MOA base (i cant rember who makes it, but by looking at the rest of the build you know its not a crap brand)
-midway drag bag and bore snake
-aprox 100 2x fired and 150 3x fired hornady brass (maybe more 1x brass if i could ever find the ammo box holding it...)

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