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Interarms Mini Mauser (223) F/S

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by halfmile, Jan 9, 2010.

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  1. halfmile

    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    This is a very nice example of the Interarms Minimauser. I have tried to give enough views to make a goodjudgement of condition, plus one for size comparison.

    Rings and bases included, $450 plus actual shipping to your FFL.




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    Please post "I'll take it" here and Pm for info. No responses for PM's without posting.

    HM
     
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    Somewhere there is a wife or child who needs this.

    I hear they are great shooters too.

    HM
     
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    Mine shoots 1 inch at 100 yards with commercial Remington .223 ball. The bullet ogive just seems to fit the chambering better than any other ball ammo. Sweet little gun!
     
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    Move the bolt handle and the cheekpiece to the other side and we got a deal !
     
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    Friday bump

    HM
     
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    Halfmile what other rounds could you load in that magazine without major work? I was thinking about punching it out to a 22-250 for my daughter or maybe a 6mm if it would fit. what do you think? Jeff
     
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    SuperX the bolt face would also need to be opened for those rounds. Did not know
    whether you were aware or not. If I wasn't strapped for cash right now I would take it for one of my grandsons a shooter.

    Mike
     
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    Jeff, turmite is right on. You can load the 300 whisper, the fireballs(17, 20,22) the 222 and 22mag, and the 204 on that bolt face. I don't think it can be enlarged but I could be wrong.

    I personally favor the 223 because of easy brass access and wide variety of bullets and loads.

    When I go PD shooting I take a thousand 223, and other calibers only 500 of each.

    HM
     
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    I owned one years ago.. A sweet,accurate rifle.. Great dollar value.. All Good.. Mike
     
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    Yea.. You guys are right. The 700 remington is just a whole lot easier to work with if you are going to tweak it. I have a friend that built a beautiful heavy barrel varminter with a pretty custom stock off this small action. It is a bug shooter. Jeff
     
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