SOLD Custom Remington 700 7x57 Mauser

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  1. mtang45

    mtang45 Gold $$ Contributor

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    Up for sale just in time for hunting season is a really nice, light weight, custom Remington 700 in 7x57 Mauser. Beautiful grey laminate stock and deep gloss bluing. Rifle was built by Herb's Custom Shop and has a Douglas barrel. Classic caliber that packs a punch in a nice portable rifle. Great for hunting deer or other mid size game. Asking $775 shipped, includes 74 pcs of Norma once fired brass and dies. Scope and rings are not included

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  2. mtang45

    mtang45 Gold $$ Contributor

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    How about $750
     
  3. areaone

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    Has the action been trued and how does it shoot?
     
  4. mtang45

    mtang45 Gold $$ Contributor

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    She consistently shoots sub MOA and I don't know about the action. I tried contacting Herb, who did the work, but unfortunately he has passed.
     
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  6. mtang45

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    back up
     
  7. mtang45

    mtang45 Gold $$ Contributor

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    I'll drop the price to $700 without the brass or dies.
     
  8. skyking70

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    Is this rifle still available?
     
  9. mtang45

    mtang45 Gold $$ Contributor

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    Yes it is
     
  10. mtang45

    mtang45 Gold $$ Contributor

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    $750 w/Norma brass and Redding dies
    $700 for just the rifle
     

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