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    Posted: 31 October 2019 at 18:43
I have a line on a 111 savage VERY reasonable price. Only slightly used, just over a box of shells run through it supposedly. The recoil was just to much for the guy I guess.
It's a 7 mm mag now but it is there LONG action and should except 
a RUM case length cartage or a 375 size. 
Maybe a 8mm rem mag or a 8mm RUM candidate.
I can get a 8mm rem mag savage barrel with a brake for around $300. Would a guy be able to use a reamer to create a 8mm RUM chamber in an 8mm RM? Either way it would be around $600.
 It may be the one...
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Seems the Rum is larger in each dimension, so reaming would work.

head size is the same so the bolt head would work.  rent a reamer.
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Stainless barrel nut!!!!!!!!

Should do just fine.
...oh yeah! thats gonna hurt!
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Not with scope but the bases and rings will come with the gun.

Savage Drop-In Barrels
Contour:
2 - Savage Magnum, 1.062"Breach, .685" Muzzel, 28" Max length
Caliber - Twist Rate:
.323 (8mm) 1-10"
Crown:
Round (Hunter)
Shank Size:
Large
Steel ($325.00):
Chrome-Moly Matte Blued
Length:
26"
 Cartridge for Chamber - cartridge:
8mm rum
$325.00
Shipping
 Standard: $21.00
Total $346.00



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This thing could come together quite nicely.
FFL cost and shipping on the rifle should not be over $75 I would think.
gun-$325
Barrel-$346
More shipping -$75
I'm guessing a limbsavor $50
I'm not a fan of a brake May have it threaded just in case.

$796‬

HUMMM???
Looks a lot like my 6mm



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7 rem mag savage is small shank receiver, you need large shank, for RUM and full length mags.
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According to the Savage board the 111 is the large shank and the long action. ???
I'm going to get the # and check it out farther.
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You need #110 series, originally chambered for RUM or lapua, to get large shank long action Savage. The WSM are large shank short action. Target/tactile three screw actions, are also large shank.

Aftermarket barrel mfg, will be able to confirm this.

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YUP Dang it.
 Small shank.
Would have been a good buy at $325.
We already have 3 7 mm's. 
The savage just seams like an easy way to go 
I'll keep looking.


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dale.....contact E.R. Shaw....they can most likely build you any gun/caliber you want & they use Savage actions. I have one gun with a Shaw bbl I had done in 1972.  

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Cool thanks.
 I was looking to do it on the cheep.
Around $600 ish.
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Custom guns are easy....just outrageously expensive.

Thinking you should continute to look for Savage 110 in 7mag or 8 mag then get a shaw barrel.
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I think the Shaw and Savage shops will surprise you for costs....most certainly tho starting around $800 & up from my experience. Actually, my Savage Custom shop M112 LFV was same as catalog pricing at the time. With accu-trigger and accu-stock. 
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D  If you decide on Shaw; I am very close, and could check anything out....wood stock.  Plastic stocks are what they are.  Avoid Shaws 'special patented fluted barrels", they warp with heat.
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