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Custom 300 wsm and 6.5 Creedmoor

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300 WSM

-trued Rem. 700 action

-Krieger 26", fluted 1-10 twist #5.5 cerakoted sniper gray

- HS Precision PSS134 Long Range Stock gray with black web

-bedded action

-Shrewd muzzle break

-Rifle Basix trigger

-pinned Holland recoil lug

-Vortex Gen 1 Viper PST FFP 6-24x50 EBR-1 MOA

-Nightforce ultra light medium rings

-Talley 20 moa base

-Vortex bubble level

-RCBC dies


Sub 1/2" rifle with hand loads, less than 50 rounds fired, estimated 10 -10.5 pounds w/ scope

Minor ware mark on barrel from rubbing against tripod in my pack

$3500 full set up and I'm willing to seperate scope



NEW 6.5 Creedmoor

-trued Rem. 700 action

Krieger 26", 1-8 twist, #5, cerokoted sniper gray

-Stocky's VG2 carbon fiber Viper Long Range

-Shrewd muzzle break

-bedded action

-Trigger Tech Trigger

-pinned Holland recoil lug

-20 moa EGW base

-PTG DBM with one 5 round AI composite mag

-several Vortex scopes available upon request

-estimate the rifle will weigh 10 pounds with scope

-$2950.00 rifle only

- willing to break in and develop load for $250.00 if interested


Both rifles built by True Precision Rifles out of Colorado and will shoot sub 1/2" with quality hand loads

I will be in Prescott and Phoenix area from 3/25 to 3/30 and am willing to bring the rifles with me for inspection and delivery

Please call or text Brandon at 970-769-3655

Thanks for looking!















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How do you like that Stockys VG2 stock?

I am wanting to get one. Are they just as good as the manners EH1?

Good luck on sale

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I am pretty impressed with it. It is very solid, comes up nice, and has a good feel to it. I thought it would be worth trying with how hard some of the Manners stocks are to come by these days. Manners was probably my first choice for the build but they were 5-6 months out. I'm trying really hard not to set it up and shoot it but I have it at a local shop right now and figured it would be better not fired. The PTG bottom metal didn't require any stock work which was nice. I think you'd be happy with it if you went with one. Thanks for the response.

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