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  • #31
    Licensing agreement is in the works. IF Customer provides all components, i.e. barrel and action, then yes I (or whoever has a license and reamers) can do it as a gunsmithing endeavor and NOT be manufacturing.

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    • #32
      I don't think Brockmans is doing them anymore. Website is still up, but I believe I heard he wasn't doing them.

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      • #33
        Bolt gun

        Yeah they stopped making them 2 years ago and didn't know why it was still on the website. Anyone have a guess on what a total cost to get one built would be more or less than Brockmans $995 and %11 percent tax?

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        • #34
          Customer Rem 700 in .50 Beowulf on GB

          http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=124667874

          Looks pretty cool, with a thumbhole stock and AR15 mag sticking out from the bottom.

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          • #35
            $3,000.00 for a bolt gun? insane.......

            For a plane jane nothing rifle

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            • #36
              Don't think that is a AR mag. I could be wrong but I bet they installed a mag conversion like you see on some of the tactical rifles.

              I have not dug around on the Remington sight or checked up on what the going rate for a action that would lend it self to the conversion but yeah the price seams steep.

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