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FOR SALE:

.338 Remington Ultra Magnum
Left-Hand Remington Model 700 BDL, Stainless-Steel, laminate stock (LSS).

EXTRAS:
SS Douglas 26-inch sporter barrel,
LimbSaver recoil pad,
Timney trigger,
Sako-style (AR-15-style) extractor,
muzzle brake (adds 2-inches),
extended box (4+1 rd.) floorplate magazine.

Over $1400 invested in this enhanced multipurpose weapon.

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This rifle was originally a .338 RUM - now with a new Douglas sporter barrel - so it WILL feed and cycle from the magazine.
(A no-go on converted long-action 700s - internal width at the lower bolt rails = single feed only.
'Been there - done that - with a 700 .338 WM.
The RUM rds. would go in the magazine - but jam on the way up!
-'Was a pisser...I hunt in grizzly country...'sold that one...bought this one.)
(Now, I need to buy more Automotive tools.)

The new barrel has less than 150 rds. through it.
'Can shoot under 1-inch at 100-yards with hunting bullets.
(Nosler 210-gr. Partitions going 3100+ fps.)
What will it do with 210 Swift Sciroccos, 250 and 300-gr. SMKs?

The rifle is rather light - standard 700 BDL sporter in weight.
The muzzle brake is amazing in reducing muzzle rise and felt recoil. -Quite stationary, indeed.
And the Sako-style (AR-15-style) extractor is positive and easy on the brass.

If you can handle a (brakeless) .300 WM - you can handle this rig in the field.

$950. (Guncase included.)
FREE S/H (49 States) to your FFL/Dealer.

Chris
[email protected]

(307) 851-6011
Email me for photos...

I hear that Remington does not make any lefty BDL/LSS/CDL/SPS .338 RUMs anymore.
http://www.remington.com/product-cat.../firearms.aspx
Click on: Left-Hand Models
-then CDL, SPS (Overview)
-then SPECIFICATIONS for availability or discontinued.


Look at these ballistics!

http://www.accuratereloading.com/338rum.html


Firearm Defect Remington Lawsuit firearm accidents www.rifflawfirm.com

(Another reason to have that Timney trigger.)

 
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