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Nosler Model 48 Custom .300 WSM NEW!

I found a new in box, unfired Nosler Custom Model 48 in .300 WSM. Sniper Gray Cerakote on all external metal, Micro Slick on all internal metal, stainless match grade barrel, Timney trigger, kevlar stock. Weighs 5 3/4 lbs, sub MOA gauranteed. It's on a one week auction on gunbroker right now, with $.01 starting bid, no reserve. These guns are typically $2,500 brand new, if you can find them.
Incredible opportunity here guys!

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Nosler Model 48 Custom .300 WSM NEW!

There is nothing that I like about that Nosler rifle except its name as I like Nosler bullets!

I much prefer the design of the Kimber rifles. A Kimber Montana would go for about $1100 or so.

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Nosler Model 48 Custom .300 WSM NEW!

Gotta disagree, I've handled both but shot neither. All the kimber montanas have blind floorplates, loose bolts (rattles slightly). They don't have hand lapped barrels, accuracy gaurantees (but many shoot very well), ceramic coatings with matching rings and bases, Timney triggers, nor any of the other handiwork that makes these guns cost twice as much.
The appearance stuff is personal opinion, but there is definitely more work put into the Nosler.
But you don't have to bid on it if you don't want it.

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