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Posts: 31 | Location: Gainesville, Fl | Registered: 05 July 2005Reply With Quote
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Yes sir!


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AND

That is chambered in what cartridge?



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Posts: 3991 | Location: TN USA | Registered: 17 March 2002Reply With Quote
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This one is a 25/06. My first left hand action one. I have done several right hand long actions.

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Very nice!! is the chassis your creation, it looks good
 
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Thanks! Yes I designed and built the chassis. It works on XP, model Seven and Remington 700 short and long left and right actions.

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Very nice! How does it shoot?


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That is indeed a super nice looking pistol. Remington would never build it, it makes too much sense.

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Remington no longer exists. There is no real market for the XP, but who knows what the new company may or may not do? Me, I’m not holding my breath...



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There is a huge market for used XP-100's, they generally go for $750 minimum, even for abused ones.
 
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I'm hoping the new Remington gets Buds inventory filled up with actions again.

I'm not expecting much from them if they stay in New York.
 
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Brad, love your XP and your chassis. Are you using the factory trigger arrangement?


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Thanks! Yes I am using the factory trigger and factory safety. I did lengthen the linkage to work with the long action.

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