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    • By Ridin1
      Remington long range, stainless-steel barreled action in Master Piece Arms Comp BA chassis. I used this rifle solely for long range shooting & have hit 24” targets at 1900 yards. Chassis has been weighted, offset check riser with bag rider & rest stop for competition shooting. 20moa rail. Rifle has 400 or so rounds through it. Barrel was carefully broken in, has never had solvent or a metal brush ran through it. Burris XTR-2, 5-25x50, 34mm tube scope with the SCR reticle in mills was just inspected & received a clean bill of health from Burris. Bi-pod is a 9-11” infinitely adjustable leg all aluminum unit & does not cant which is perfect for precision shooting. Local gun smith could not thread the barrel so I put a Witt Machine break on it. Rifle comes with roughly 100 pieces of new/primed brass, roughly a couple hundred rounds of prepped once-fired, some non-prepped brass & 60 or so ready to shoot rounds. All hornaday brass & Hornaday Match projectiles. You will get all my load data which has been meticulously refined with a lab radar & powder weights for two different weight hornaday match projectiles. The load data in my opinion is as valuable as the rifle. You will also get the competition seating die, the ammo boxes pictured, the bag riser pictured & a couple fiberglass rods for field cleaning. I purchased everything new & am the only person to use any of it. Everything is in as new condition. I have a big Plano case that might be worked into the deal but is not included in the price listed above. If you are interested PM me your phone number & I’ll call. 






    • By Cojo87
      I bought this from a close friend a couple months ago. Had a craving for some lever action. That craving is over.
      This Marlin is a JM stamped barrel, production date 1997. It is in MINT condition. Cant find a mark on it. He was the original owner, he did have a scope mounted on it, but he said he cannot remember ever putting a round through it. I personally have put 3 boxes through it. I have 7 boxes of ammo left for it, and will be included in the sale.
      I have a leather loop wrap on it. I also have a leather sling and leather cheek riser ammo holder stock cover thing I never put on it. 
      SOLD PENDING MEET. 😎
      I live in Nashville but will drive within reason. 



    • By robthomas185
      I've got 3 - 1,000 round boxes of Federal XM193BK for sale. $650.00 per 1000 rd. case.
      If you've been following ammo sales you'll know its not getting easier to find. Its going on Gunbroker for about 80 cents per round.
      F2F sales, I work in Nashville and live in Lebanon and can meet elsewhere if needed in Middle Tennessee as I am an estimator and can leave my office if needed. 
      Thanks for looking.

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