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For Sale: Ruger Precision 6.5mm Creedmoor

Tremo

Well-Known Member
#1
I'm not getting the opportunity to use this as much as I once did, so I'm considering parting company with it.

Rifle is in mint condition and shot count is less than 500. The spare magazine is still unopened in the wrapper. Will EASILY shoot sub 0.5" groups at 100m all day, and I can conservatively say that if I do my bit then 0.25" is more like the norm. It always puts a smile on my face. The only addition to the rifle has been an aftermarket rubberised pistol grip. This was to enhance the feel and provide a larger surface area. The rifle has never seen competitive life ( - e.g. numerous rounds being put down the barrel in quick succession).

PM me if you are interested and we can take it from there.

Cheers.

Tremo

*** Forgot to mention that a Ruger aluminium bolt shroud has also been fitted, replacing the standard plastic one.
RUGER PRECISION BILLET ALUMINIUM BOLT SHROUD – 1967spud Reloading Supplies Ltd
 
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Deker72

Well-Known Member
#3
absolute bargain, a friend has the gen 1 and I have the 308, both pushed out to 1000y with no upgrades and hitting v-bulls (when we did our part)
 

Tremo

Well-Known Member
#6
After much soul searching I have ultimately decided to let my rifle go ....

Price for the rifle is £950.
This will buy the rifle only, but will include the upgraded bolt shroud and the aftermarket pistol grip (plus the spare mag). I also have the original items here which I will include.

PM me for photos - if interested.

Cheers.

Tremo
 
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Neoublie1

Well-Known Member
#11
Being left handed I Had the 6.5 rpr, and had no props at all ( fantastic rifle) I've sold it since for a Remington 6.5 right handed and the .204 is too.
Teach yourself to shoot right handed,
When trying to sell a left handed rifle, sometimes you'll find it can be a long time before you sell it, unlike a right handed one.
 

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