.416 Remington Magnum For Sale

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  1. AJS

    AJS AH Member

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    .416 Rem mag for sale. It was originally a .303 P14 which was converted to a .416 Rem mag.

    1. Synthetic stock.
    2. New Mcgowen barrel
    3. Timney trigger
    4. Magazine takes 3 rounds
    5. Leupold VARI X III 1.5 - 5 X 20 telescope
    6. Two mercury tubes in butt
    7. With the rifle and included in the price is the following
      1. Lee die set
      2. 30 once fired Norma cases
      3. 5 once fired Remington cases
      4. 30 Remington cases resized and primed
    8. the rifle is for sale in South Africa only
    9. Price R 12500.00 (South African Rand ZAR)
    10. The rifle is licensed in my name and the license expires on 28 July 2020 .416 Rem mag geweer no 2.jpg .416 slot en teleskoop.jpg 20191026_140513-1.jpg
     
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  2. AZDAVE

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    I passed on the link to this add to a PH friend in South Africa. Have a great day.
     

  3. AJS

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    Thank AZDAVE I appreciate you doing this. Regards AJS
     

  4. AJS

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    Sold, new owner in process of applying for license.
     

  5. Bullthrower338

    Bullthrower338 AH ENABLER AH Legend

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    What kind of timeframe does this process take?
     

  6. AJS

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    Between 3 to 4 months., since December is holiday time and Christmas I work on March 2020.
     

  7. Hunting Sailor

    Hunting Sailor SILVER SUPPORTER AH Enthusiast

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    It’s supposed to be within 90 work days if all documents are in order, or deemed to be in order.
    The longest wait I have had was around 11 months and the shortest was just over 4 months, both with all documents in order.
     

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    Hi Hunting Sailor. You are correct it should take 90 working days. My experience is very similar to yours. my first application, with all do documents in order took 11 months. From there on it took 4 months every time I applied for a new license, which work out close to the 90 working days. Except I once applied for the re-issue of a license which took 6 weeks. Regards.
     

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