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Thread: Swap: 338LM for half decent ute or truck

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    Swap: 338LM for half decent ute or truck

    Possibly looking to swap my Savage 110 HS Precision 338 Lapua Magnum for a half decent ute or truck.
    Comes with dies, some brass and projectiles and whatever powder I have left. Has a Sightron S3 8-32x56. Has had around 40 rounds through it.
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    Be cheap as with no bolt eh?

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    If I throw in the bolt I'm expecting a brand new top spec Ford Ranger in return. I think its only fair......
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    So an old hilux would be sufficient then

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    farkn workhorse!!!!! Dont see many if any probs with that ute................clear majority of tui has been consumed over the other brands(tick)..............were is the carcas shots?????
    the last pic will have cockys weeping around most of the north IslandIll swap you my subey!Name:  DSCF1011 (640x480).jpg
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    can fit an 80kg animal plus a set of hind qtrs plus a rifle at a pinch in the boot! can fit a 338,243,7mm o8 and day packs in the boot.twin suckers on it makes it haul ass when late for hunting can get tru most paddocks without leaving parts of the under carrige behind!
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    Quote Originally Posted by puku View Post
    So an old hilux would be sufficient then

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    Depends on the Lux. My car and rifle will probably be going up for sale soon to get a ute. Miss my old trucks so much!

    This may be a go though
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    Needs bull bars. both of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neckshot View Post
    farkn workhorse!!!!! Dont see many if any probs with that ute................clear majority of tui has been consumed over the other brands(tick)..............were is the carcas shots?????
    the last pic will have cockys weeping around most of the north IslandIll swap you my subey!Attachment 7699Attachment 7700
    can fit an 80kg animal plus a set of hind qtrs plus a rifle at a pinch in the boot! can fit a 338,243,7mm o8 and day packs in the boot.twin suckers on it makes it haul ass when late for hunting can get tru most paddocks without leaving parts of the under carrige behind!
    no carcas shots as it doesnt handle off road that well save that for the hilux bush truck , has troubles mainly on the doubles , hav had air comp on fuel tank couple times to pop her out but its about as tough as a 2wd ute gets

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nibblet View Post
    Depends on the Lux. My car and rifle will probably be going up for sale soon to get a ute. Miss my old trucks so much!

    This may be a go though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toby View Post
    Needs bull bars. both of them.
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