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Old 10-25-2006, 09:39 PM
montdoug montdoug is offline
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Default Savage 112BVSS .25-06 for sale.

I have the above mentioned rifle that is pre accutrigger but has a Canjar single set installed (fully adjustable down to about 2 oz). This is the big heavy long range varminter. Pachmayer decelerator pad, rings and mounts included, also all brass (formed IMI .30-06) a bunch of bullets and dies. Redding Compitition Neck and Seater Die Set.
Gun's in great shape and is suprisingly accurate, not shot a great deal, it has set in the safe for years now.
$550.00 you pay freight and FFL. The dies are $156.00 at MidSouth and the Canjar trigger was over $200.00 when I got it, more now.
Contact me by e-mail with your phone number and best time to call and I'll call.
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Old 11-01-2006, 09:04 PM
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Default Good buy

I know this rifle and how it shoots. Well worth the money. This just means more room in the safe doesn't it doug?
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Old 11-02-2006, 02:25 AM
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I guess I'd just have to figure how to fill it, Lord knows a guy can't have a partially filled safe. Or partially filled "room" as the case may be huh Varminator?
It is indeed a shooter and good excersise carrying it too I might add. I took a medium sized chuck with it at 679 meassured yards, got some good air time and acrobatics as well.
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Old 11-12-2006, 04:35 PM
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About how many rounds down the pipe? Would you consider a trade for a 22-250??? Got a Rem 700 LVSF 22-250 (low rounds) and a Rem 700 VS 22-250. Can include dies with each... better known as Sam in Va. here and on the Go GO Varmint Board. Thanks, Sam
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Old 11-13-2006, 06:45 PM
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Whistlepigpopper.
I sent you an email I think but it didn't act normanl when I hit send so if ya didn't get one email me. I forgot to mention number of rounds in it but I would put it right at 350 to 450 and not all at once either. If your interested I can figure the rounds to with in 15 or 20 out of my records.
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Old 11-13-2006, 08:15 PM
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Doug, it came thru and I sent you one back, Thanks, Sam
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