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Local pawn shop has picked up a few benchrest rifle in a estate sale.

One rifle is a 6ppc with a hall action. No idea on who made the barrel or the rifle.

Is this interesting ? I know nothing about benchrest rifles.

How much Approximately would something life this be worth if it looks like it is in good condition ?

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Mike


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I have several rifles with Hall actions.

They EXTREMELY accurate.

One is a 6mm PPC.

It shoots some groups which I cannot measure accurately!

I have sent you a couple I have on my phone.


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Mike, 6ppc in a bench rest rifle is gonna,be a hand loading only type thing. I would imagine that its gonna be a tight neck chamber.

Were I you I would keep bashing away with your 6.5 needmoor and telling yourself its amazing.
 
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They want $1500 for it and someone who does not shoot but just collects guns has expressed interest in it.

I will likely pass and maybe have savage build me in something with cheap factory ammo.

Only reloads of 6ppc I found were like $50 a box.

Mike


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If you want to go that route I would look at 6mm br.......still not a lot of good options for a non hand loaded.....but much more inherently accurate than a "needmoor".....
 
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If don't make your own ammo, forget it.

The one I have was built by Dwight Scott.

It is the only rifle I have I tell people it shoots better than I can ever do.


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