Varmtr's Rem 700 22-250

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  • Varmtr's Rem 700 22-250

    And here it is:

    Pro-Cal laminated stock.
    Pro-Cal trued action.
    Maddco 26" S/S fluted in Remington varmint / serendo profile 1:12 twist.

    What I have done:
    Dave Tubb speed lock firing pin and spring.
    Rifle Basix's ERV-3 trigger.
    S/S pillars and Devcon bedding.
    Williams steel hinged floor plate.
    Warne picatinny rail 0MOA and bedded.
    Ken Farrell low rings.
    Vortex Viper PST 6-24x50 MOA SFP.
    Harris LMS bipod.

    All I need to do now is get a chance to shoot the thing.



    I see nothing, I hear nothing, I KNOW NOTHING !!!!

  • #2
    Very nice looking end result, look forward to hearing how it shoots.

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    • Varmtr
      Varmtr commented
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      I have to load up some Lapua brass I also got a box of Nosler custom comp brass as well. Will hopefully see how she shoots very soon.

  • #3
    That's beautiful mate, got some good gear in that build! - look forward to hearing how it shoots when you get a chance.
    Whacking Varmints is my passion!

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    • #4
      Very nice mate. It will do the job alright

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      • #5
        lookin' good.
        lets hope she makes red mist.

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        • Varmtr
          Varmtr commented
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          Originally posted by Send-it" post=12265
          lookin' good.
          lets hope she makes red mist.
          mm red mist

      • #6
        If you don't mind me asking how much is the stock worth inleted

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        • Varmtr
          Varmtr commented
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          Originally posted by Cameron22" post=12314
          If you don't mind me asking how much is the stock worth inleted
          Hi Cameron

          I honestly don't know as Pete just gave me the bill for what he had done and gave him the $$$$. So best of giving Pete at Pro Cal a call and ask him whats its worth.

          Sorry I couldn't be more help Cameron

          Rossco
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