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The .264 Winchester Magnum is a belted, bottlenecked rifle cartridge. Except for the .244 H&H Magnum and .257 Weatherby Magnum, it is the smallest caliber factory cartridge derived from the 2.85 in (72 mm) Holland & Holland belted magnum case. It was introduced in the late 1950s and early 1960s with the .338 Winchester Magnum and the .458 Winchester Magnum as one of a family of short-cased 2.5 in (64 mm) belted magnum cartridges developed by Winchester based on the .375 Holland & Holland parent case. It was officially introduced to the public by Winchester in 1959. After many years of dwindling use it began enjoying a mild resurgence in popularity in the mid-2000s among long range rifle enthusiasts and reloaders due to the high ballistic coefficient of the heavier 6.5mm bullets and increasing popularity of cartridges such as 6.5mm Creedmoor, .260 Remington, 6.5 Grendel, benchrest and wildcat cartridges in 6.5mm.
Up for sale 1964 remington 700 adl in 264 win mag Shot very well. Stock is in great shape bluing not so much but still solid. once had a front sight but previous owners removed it.
Asking 575 obo. buyer pays fees.
100 Winchester new in sealed bags
20 Nosler New, I pulled the factory bullets
36 are 308 Norma mag resized to 264 win mag unknown firings
53 are mostly win head stamps 264 win mag unknown firings
RCBS 264 Win Mag dies
Here is a nicely made Custom Mauser 98.
24” barrel, Chamber, throat and barrel are in great shape. I believe the barrel to be a Douglas.
Looks to be an older Fajen custom stock.
It has an aftermarket aluminum trigger Gaurd that has some slight finish wear. I would cerakote it graphite black if...