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#7272818 - 01/05/13 Mcmillan Remington Classic  
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Let's see some birds eye view pictures of the fore-end and different contour barrels. Just trying to get an idea of how they look.

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#7272851 - 01/05/13 Re: Mcmillan Remington Classic [Re: herschel34]  
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Brux barrel cut to Remington Sporter contour in the Classic

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#7272941 - 01/05/13 Re: Mcmillan Remington Classic [Re: toad]  
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Thx toad!!

Is the Remington Sporter contour about like a #2?

#7272978 - 01/05/13 Re: Mcmillan Remington Classic [Re: herschel34]  
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yea, i think so. #2 varies by maker though.


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#7273457 - 01/05/13 Re: Mcmillan Remington Classic [Re: toad]  
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I don't have any good pics like the one Toad posted all mine are from the side only, but IMHO the Classic and a #3 contour go well together. I have a #3 Brux and a #3 Lilja in a Classic Edge and they work great, my favorite combo actually.


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#7273538 - 01/05/13 Re: Mcmillan Remington Classic [Re: toad]  
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What have you decided on Herschel...build specs?

#3 Bartlien(same as #4 most Mfr's)/Classic. Not much stock material left for anything larger.

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#7273578 - 01/05/13 Re: Mcmillan Remington Classic [Re: slg888]  
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I think I am going to go with a #5 Brux fluted and chambered for 300WM. This is going to be my heavy rifle.

#7280423 - 01/07/13 Re: Mcmillan Remington Classic [Re: herschel34]  
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Originally Posted by herschel34
I think I am going to go with a #5 Brux fluted and chambered for 300WM. This is going to be my heavy rifle.


Sounds like a good fit to a Rem Hunter. That's if you like the Sako design.

#7280474 - 01/07/13 Re: Mcmillan Remington Classic [Re: herschel34]  
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Originally Posted by herschel34
I think I am going to go with a #5 Brux fluted and chambered for 300WM. This is going to be my heavy rifle.


A sporter would gobble that up nicely.


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