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Custom Mauser FN .300 H&H in Rigby Styling
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This is one classy rifle in .300 H&H Mag with custom 26” barrel from DPCD with typical Rigby step-down pattern.

Stock is Bastogne with great figure and really stands out in the light. Stock shape and checkering pattern is designed to mimic the new Rigby Highland Stalker. Checkering is just incredible. 8.6 lbs with mounts.

Action is a smooth FN Mauser with Timney trigger ser at 3 lbs and a smooth Timney side safety. Red Old English Decelerator Pad. LOP is 15”. Comes with Leupold mounts. Bolt shroud is also new. There are a couple very light handling marks as it has been admired by several people, but one will have to look very hard to see the. It’s a true classic.

Price is $1450 firm plus $40 shipping. You’ll love this one.

Asking Biebs to post a couple pictures and you can PM me for additional pics. Thanks, MDS


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Wow, what a nice rifle. Love the checkering! Good luck on your sale.


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Is the bottom metal steel or alloy?
 
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Very nice. And a fine old caliber to boot.
 
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Very nice. And a fine old caliber to boot.


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Bottom metal is Steel.
 
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Tom, who did the stock and checkering, etc.?
A few more detailed pics would be appreciated by the rest of us I'm sure.
 
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Tom, who did the stock and checkering, etc.?
A few more detailed pics would be appreciated by the rest of us I'm sure.


The seller is Michael Stewart
 
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I did the metal. He had another guy do the stock. I think it was from my pattern though.
 
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I did the metal. He had another guy do the stock. I think it was from my pattern though.


DPDC did the metal and did the original shaping of the stock as well as the bedding and free floating. My local guy, whom I keep reserved if at all possible, did the final shaping, checkering, and finishing of the rifle.

DPDC does outstanding work and is a really good guy to put up with me. My local guy does as nice a checking job as I’ve seen. Final wood finishing was to replicate the Rigby Highland Stalker. Very sexy.

Only fault I can find is a very slight imperfection in the inletted rear swivel stud. Otherwise, it will match up to most custom rifles with the exception of the stuff like Wiebe turns out. But for the money, it’s some kind of rifle.

MDS


JP Sauer Drilling 12x12x9.3x72
David Murray Scottish Hammer 12 Bore
Browning X-Bolt Stalker .308
Tikka T-3 Lite .22-250
Walther PPQ H2 9mm
Walther PPS M2
And Too Many More
 
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Somebody please buy this ASAP.
 
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How did this last more than 10 minutes? Is everyone that poor after Xmas? Smiler
 
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Hey Mike, Mark Mitchell here,sent you a pm.
 
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How did this last more than 10 minutes? Is everyone that poor after Xmas? Smiler


Heading to Zimbabwe in April or it would have been mine.


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