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#4943293 - 02/15/11 04:14 PM Re: Gen 1 Ti versus Gen 2 Remington 700 Ti [Re: MtnHtr]
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That is what I was told...thanks for confirming.

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#4943429 - 02/15/11 04:48 PM Re: Gen 1 Ti versus Gen 2 Remington 700 Ti [Re: Kurt52]
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#4943452 - 02/15/11 04:53 PM Re: Gen 1 Ti versus Gen 2 Remington 700 Ti [Re: coues32]
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Originally Posted By: coues32
What is the difference between the two?


About one pound of dead weight...
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#4943594 - 02/15/11 05:32 PM Re: Gen 1 Ti versus Gen 2 Remington 700 Ti [Re: MtnHtr]
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Originally Posted By: MtnHtr
Think an action manufacturer could make some $$ if they offered a Titanium Rem clone action and kept the price under six Benjamins?

Or how how about a Win 70 clone action in titanium for $600?

MtnHtr


X-Treme Shooting is bringing out a Titanium Rem clone...but it will be $1350.

They claim to be the only manufacturer of Titanium receivers in the US. I was under the impression they could have been making the actions for Remington, although I believe the first ones were made by Prairie Gun Works in Canada.

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#4943628 - 02/15/11 05:42 PM Re: Gen 1 Ti versus Gen 2 Remington 700 Ti [Re: djpepper]
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Originally Posted By: djpepper

X-Treme Shooting is bringing out a Titanium Rem clone...but it will be $1350.


$1350? Sheesh I'd rebarrel a Montana and grin while the montucky boys weep!

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#4943808 - 02/15/11 06:30 PM Re: Gen 1 Ti versus Gen 2 Remington 700 Ti [Re: MtnHtr]
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Originally Posted By: MtnHtr
Originally Posted By: djpepper

X-Treme Shooting is bringing out a Titanium Rem clone...but it will be $1350.


$1350? Sheesh I'd rebarrel a Montana and grin while the montucky boys weep!

MtnHtr

A new Montana and a rebarrel for $1350.00?
Please explain...
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#4943822 - 02/15/11 06:33 PM Re: Gen 1 Ti versus Gen 2 Remington 700 Ti [Re: Nrut]
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Gotta remember, the US boys aren't paying a 50% markup like we are....I did buy a used 84M Classic for about $800 once...but that was a fricking miracle.

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#4943866 - 02/15/11 06:43 PM Re: Gen 1 Ti versus Gen 2 Remington 700 Ti [Re: Nrut]
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Originally Posted By: Nrut
Originally Posted By: MtnHtr
Originally Posted By: djpepper

X-Treme Shooting is bringing out a Titanium Rem clone...but it will be $1350.


$1350? Sheesh I'd rebarrel a Montana and grin while the montucky boys weep!

MtnHtr

A new Montana and a rebarrel for $1350.00?
Please explain...


Where did I post a new Montana and rebarrel for $1350?

Hint - you're not comparing apples to apples........

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#4943911 - 02/15/11 06:52 PM Re: Gen 1 Ti versus Gen 2 Remington 700 Ti [Re: MtnHtr]
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Originally Posted By: MtnHtr
Originally Posted By: Nrut
Originally Posted By: MtnHtr
Originally Posted By: djpepper

X-Treme Shooting is bringing out a Titanium Rem clone...but it will be $1350.


$1350? Sheesh I'd rebarrel a Montana and grin while the montucky boys weep!

MtnHtr

A new Montana and a rebarrel for $1350.00?
Please explain...


Where did I post a new Montana and rebarrel for $1350?

Hint - you're not comparing apples to apples........

MtnHtr

That's what I figured... whistle
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#4943979 - 02/15/11 07:04 PM Re: Gen 1 Ti versus Gen 2 Remington 700 Ti [Re: Nrut]
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Okay I'll bite. whistle

For $1350 you get an Extreme Ti action period and hopefully thats for a complete action. One still has to purchase a stock and have a new tube screwed on. Add about $1000 for a good stock and new tube installed. So now its up to around $2350 for a complete rifle.

For $1100 one can pickup a Montana. For another $500-600 one can have a complete custom rifle (The Montana's are a little barrel lite for my tastes so I would rebarrel). I would also repaint the Montana stock with Polane T and coat the action in KG GunKote for slickness. Total would be around $1700, maybe less if one trips the take-off barrel.

Savvy?

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