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    300 Win Mag

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    Very reluctantly up for sale is my 300 Win Mag built by Mike at Brock & Norris.

    Remington 700 blueprinted action bedded into a black spiderweb B&C A-5 adjustable, 28" heavy profile True Flite 1:10 barrel which is cut 18x1, 20 MOA rail and 5 shot box mag, timed 2 port brake. I also have a TRG brake that I will include if the full asking price is met.

    Rifle is MINT, and unmarked.

    I had somewhere to stretch the legs of this rifle, but sadly no more. Shot count is 65,
    run in, and 50 rounds at Orion where it performed flawlessly.

    I can include the set of Forster Bench Rest dies that came with it, 100 brass, primers, load data,
    heads and powder, also approx 50 loaded rounds.

    Looking for 1900.

    Thanks, Paul.
    Last edited by The Pig; 30-09-2016 at 14:33.

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    Beautiful rifle mate, waiting for a 300wm variation and was looking at blasers but this could keep me from switching

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    Quote Originally Posted by s8mdevo View Post
    Beautiful rifle mate, waiting for a 300wm variation and was looking at blasers but this could keep me from switching
    Thanks, it's been a real wrench to put this ad up.

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    Bump,
    1550 no offers.

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    Would you sell the TRG brake ?

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    PMs replied to, thanks.

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    Can you tell me what the rifle weighs please. Nigel
    So much to learn and so little time left

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    Hi Nigel,
    Sorry for the late reply, rifle and bolt weigh 14.2lbs,
    Paul.
    Last edited by The Pig; 27-11-2016 at 17:53.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Pig View Post
    Hi Nigel,
    Sorry for the late reply, rifle and bolt weigh 14.2lbs,
    Paul.
    Thought it might be a bit heavy to drag up the hill. Sorry, not for me. Nigel
    So much to learn and so little time left

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