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Model 11 action in a model 16 stock. Round count is under 100. I'm the original owner & have owned this rifle since new. 5lb 14oz total weight. I built this specifically as an ultralight mountain rifle. 
Stock has been shortened to a 12.5" LOP so it fit me in heavy, winter clothing. Eye relief is still fine for me in a t-shirt though. EGW aluminum rail, shaved to fit the Leupold VX2 UL 2-7x28 scope. Painted stock, but i'll blow my own trumpet by saying that it's very well done.
Loves 150gn accubonds & 130TTSXs over hefty loads of CFE223 (load data can be supplied, if required)
This has been my backpack hunting, elk gun, but i'm honestly incapable of that these days (too damn fat.....) & i have other light rifles if I ever have the need. I lightened this to the point that it's honestly unpleasant to shoot off a bench. I don't want to part with it & frankly, if I don't get my asking price it can stay here. I realize that this is a kinda specialist gun & don't be ideal for most folk. It's been customized & chopped about but looking around at used values for the bare rifle & the increased value of the suddenly, highly desirable scope since leupold discontinued the UL series (I've been offered $300 for it by 3 different people) I believe I've priced it fairly. 

$800 rock solid firm. Package deal only, no splits. 

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