Want To Trade My 505 Gibbs

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  1. KencoArms

    KencoArms AH Senior Member

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    want to trade my CZ 550 in 505 Gibbs Right hand for a left hand 505 Gibbs . Yea I’m looking for a unicorn horn

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    That’s a thumper for sure!
     

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    price for out right sale?
     

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    I have close to 75 pound of loading stuff for it . 500+ bullets 558 grain solids and 100 rounds of brass plus dies and die adaptor . Of the 100 brass 45 are loaded. Don’t want to ship that and love the cal.
     

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    Interesting concept--a right hander working the bolt lefty. It might have some advantages in that the right hand doesn't come off the controls as you work the bolt with the left hand. Quicker followup shot off the sticks. The sticks can support the rifle and remain on target better. Right hand can hold the rifle into the shoulder.
     

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    You still have to lift your head to get out of the way of the bolt handle . I am left handed
     

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    Right. Your thumb has to get out of the way of the bolt, too.
     
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  8. Wyatt Smith

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    I’m not trying to derail the thread but I have read a review in outdoor life about a left hand bolt right hand ejected rifle I believe that was made by shilen. It was designed for prairie dog hunting, and being fired exclusively from a bench/bipod the left hand bolt handle allowed you to keep your cheek wield. It had a thumb hole stock to keep it out of the way and a 223 length action didn’t require moving your head. Interesting but very specialized.
     

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    I have tons of loading stuff for it . I mean 600 bullets 50 new cases and 50 loaded with data dies ect 2500.00 the rifle was 1400.00 then CZ moved the front site threaded it and a break 400.00 with recoating the entire rifle.
     

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    I would love to have it but the $$$ aren't in the budget at the moment and don't have anything left handed to trade.

    "Yea I’m looking for a unicorn horn" Also just remember that a rhino is really a unicorn that let it's self go a bit overboard on pastries:Woot:
     
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    A lot of custom target actions offer the option for having one or more loading/ejection ports on either or both sides of the action. For instance a right handed shooter may want the bolt and the ejection port on the right side with a loading port on the left side. This allows for rapid reloading with no interference from the ejected brass as the next round is being put in place. You are right that they are obviously very specialized and there’s basically no practical application for them outside of the benchrest/target community.
     
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