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About medved11

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  1. If you don't have your heart set on a P320 compact, Howell Gun Works has a P320 M17 available. It was still available as of 3pm yesterday (5/15) when I saw it on their Facebook page
  2. I’ll let you know if the rifle sells and the buyer doesn’t want the mags.
  3. ***SOLD*** GEN 2 SIG 716 DMR Caliber: .308 / 7.62x51 Barrel Twist Rate: 1:10 Barrel Length: 18" Muzzle Brake: SIG factory (compliance work done by Howell Gun Works) Buttstock: Magpul PRS Gen 3 Sale price does not include the optics, mount, or bipod shown in the pictures but can be worked into a package deal PM me for any specific pictures or questions I've attached a picture of the test target that came with the rifle from the factory The rifle is cross-posted, so preference will be given to the first unconditional "I'll take it" followed by a PM Not looking for any trades
  4. +1 for Rem 700 in .308 I've had a Ruger Precision and I've had a Tikka TAC-A1. They're both great guns but I'm glad that I switched over to the Rem 700 (.308) in the end.
  5. +1 for the ACSS prism scopes. I've used them on several guns in the past and I've never been disappointed.
  6. Yep - they usually come with one Magpul
  7. The 716 uses standard LR308/SR25 pattern magazines. These are the true 10 round ones that I used with the 716 that I've currently got up for sale. They functioned perfectly https://www.midwayusa.com/product/2319925981/magpul-pmag-lr-sr-gen-m3-magazine-lr-308-sr-25-ruger-precision-rifle-308-winchester-polymer
  8. medved11

    Long range stuff

    If you don't want a RPR, take a look at the Tikka TAC A1. It's just a little over your stated budget but it's a great gun. https://www.eurooptic.com/Tikka-T3x-TAC-A1-308-Win-24-.aspx https://www.eurooptic.com/Tikka-T3x-TAC-A1-65-Creedmoor-24-.aspx Pros: Just and a scope and bipod and you're ready to go Cons: Spare magazines are pricey
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