SELLING Remington 513 T matchmaster, beautiful condition with upgrades

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  1. mao0720

    mao0720 Silver $$ Contributor

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    Testing the water and considering selling my beautiful Remington 513T matchmaster. I bought this rifle a bit over a year ago and it has shot beautifully ever since. I have shot a few different types of ammo through it and best groups have been with Federal Gold medal, and Aguila Rifle Match Competition. Groups are well under .5" at 50 yards and I have shot several 1 MOA or smaller groups at 100 yards. I have replaced the stock with a stock that has very nicely made aluminum trigger guard and magazine well. The new stock also has a full length Freeland handstop rail. I also tracked down a Ken Vianni scope mount for it. The scope mount is attached via the rear unertl scope mount holes on the barrel and extends rearward over the receiver. Ken has stopped making these and this was one of the last ones he had before being completely sold out. It also has a contact screw at the rear of the mount. The rifle comes complete with the original redfield front and rear match sights with aperture.
    I have seen these rifles go for anywhere from $500 to $1100 on gun broker. Given the great condition of this rifle, the stock, and the scope mount, I would like to get $900 shipped for it.

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    I have more photos, however I can't seem to get them to load. If you want more photos or specific photos, PM me your phone number and I can text them to you.
     
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    Is that a crack through the wrist? Clarification question only.
     
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    Bump for info on the wrist condition for clarification.
     
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    3B12274C-5CCB-4578-8D3F-67ABAFB1B444.jpeg F7CBA8A1-6E3A-417E-9D32-82F2101530BD.jpeg @natdscott @Rangemeister
    Ok, so I took a closer look when I got home from work tonight, because until you pointed it out, I had never even noticed that line before. Here is what I found. It does appear to be a crack ☹️. A matching line can be seen on the other side of the stock. Twisting the stock as hard as I can in my hands gives a VERY slight opening of the crack. It appears repairable with either epoxy or with a dowel drilled and glued into the grip. I’m not sure what this sets the value back, so let’s bring it down to $850 shipped and negotiable.
     
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  6. natdscott

    natdscott P100, HM, DR, experienced beginner. Gold $$ Contributor

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    That's a REALLY easy repair, as cracks go, and a common place for it to crack.

    Sorry to point it out, @mao0720.

    A wrist pin and glass, a little bit of clean up, and it's stronger-than-new (by quite a bit, judging by the ones I've done).
     
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    Do you have the original stock still?
     
  9. mao0720

    mao0720 Silver $$ Contributor

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    I do not.
     
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    $800 shipped
     
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    EC157427-AF20-44FA-AE91-A3AB3895FB0E.jpeg 03318D7B-4DEA-4EAA-8A55-3373EFFBCD57.jpeg D767535F-5439-4255-8075-12756BDE8ABB.jpeg Some target photos. The top two were at 100 yards, and the bottom one was at 50 yards.
     
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    Bump. Planning on drilling and pinning the crack in the stock before it sells.
     
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    Stock has been repaired. I’m going to put a couple more coats of oil on it over the next few days. 0E2DCAEA-F73B-438C-A5B8-9CB73ED4D4FD.jpeg
     
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