Re: Rifle Build
Just make sure you pick a cartridge that will have brass available for it in the future...stay away from those that have words attached for the most part, don't get involved in this seasonal crapparoony. The ones you have listed will handle anything in the state for the rest of your life so what do you want to do with this rifle?? Why don't you just take the one least used of those and have it worked on...a barrel and chambering will cost you $500, a trigger about $100 and a stock anywhere between $150-500 without any problem and remember you may need bolt face work if you pick the wrong cartridge..lots to think about that most don't know much about when you start these projects..stick with scopes that have stood the test of time, nikon and leupold will work just find and aren't going anywhere anytime soon. Also, this takes time..some of the best smith are very very busy and your talking about a year or so..