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Weatherby Mark V 340 Wby Accumark w/Scope

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by HuntnID, Aug 21, 2012.

  1. HuntnID

    HuntnID Hayden Member

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    PRICE DROP $950

    I have a Weatherby Mark V Accumark chambered in 340 Wby. It has the blued action with the stainless fluted barrel. It does NOT have the factory muzzlebrake. It has the factory stock, which I believe is a Bell and Carlson Medalist with the aluminum bedding block. It is the standard dark blue/black with grey webbing. The trigger has been adjusted down and I estimate it at 3 pounds. I used it as my long range rifle. I put an EGW 20 MOA base on top of it and the rifle will now reach out about as far as anyone can reasonable expect. The rifle is in almost flawless condition. There is a little bit of bluing wear on the bolt handle and on the bottom of the trigger guard. There is a chip near the butt of the stock. It occurred when the rifle and I took a spill while up hunting. I never actually even noticed it until went over it just prior to posting this ad. I bedded the rifle myself. It turned out very well. It is not as pretty as something from Chad Dixon but it is every bit as functional. The stock to action fit is snug and when the action and stock are placed together, WITHOUT the action screws, there is still no slop or movement between the two. The rifle shoots factory 340 Weatherby Ammo into very tight 1/2" groups. I do not like purchasing ammunition so I have been reloading for it. I have tried two loads, 83 grains or RL 22 with 250 grain Sierra Gamekings, and 86 grains or RL 22 with 250 grain Sierra Gamekings. It shot the 83 grains of RL 22 better. The standard group just under 1" to just over 1/2". It will typically put three shot touching, then the fourth is just low. In total there are less than 100 rounds down the barrel of this rifle.

    I have 60 pieces of brass that will be included with the sale. 20 pieces of brass have been fired three times. The other 40 pieces are brand new and in a new Weatherby box.

    I have a RCBS two-die set of dies that will also be included in the sale.

    Right now, I have a Zeiss Conquest 4.5-14x44 with the Rapid Z-800 reticle. It is mounted in Burris Signature Zee rings. The glass on this scope is flawless. They are barely discernible ring marks. I tried to photograph them, but I'm not sure they showed up.

    Price with scope is $1700 Price without scope is $1150.

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  2. HuntnID

    HuntnID Hayden Member

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    Price Drop $950 for everything.
     
  3. HuntnID

    HuntnID Hayden Member

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    Price Drop to $850
     
  4. Accumark Man

    Accumark Man Springfield, OR New Member

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    Does the $850 price include the scope?
     
  5. Steve450

    Steve450 Kitimat b.c New Member

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    Hey is this 340 weatherby still for sale?