For Sale FN Supreme 375 H&H

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I have a FN Supreme that is near original other than the front partridge sight that has been added, Talley bases with rear removable peep sight, its been a blast to shoot open sights, 24 inch barrel, 14" LOP, 8.2#, One of the smoothest action's on a rifle I have personally seen. While there are a few standard case size (30-06 and 270) model's offered for sale from time to time this is the only 375 I have ever seen. Please PM me with ?'s $1750 shipped

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Beautiful! This would make a great pairing for my FN 300H&H. You mean Pesos, right?:)
 

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Very nice rifle and as classic as it can get. With the wing safety on the bolt shroud it's an early one. For a short time, in the 1940s these still had the "C" ring Mauser breech rather than the double broach breech found on the later Browning Safari rifles. Do you happen to know which this one is?
 

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I think these FN Supreme rifles started in the late 50's. I looked at six different FN actions in various different configurations and all of them I have are double cut. Both Supreme's that I have are wing safeties on the left side. These FN actions are pretty special, amazing how smooth they are, much time must have been invested to do so.
 

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Just wondering, they are great guns either way. Believe it or not I had one in 250 Savage with the C breech! I think it was a '51 or '52.
 

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