LRI M7 Tier 1 Blueprinted "Builder Special" Receiver Sale

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    Over the last week or so we've been running a large batch of M7 receivers through our Tier 1 Blueprinting process. We're finally ready to release these to the public.

    Here's the background on how this all came about: Prior to the Remington implosion their Custom Shop was located down the street from LRI. During an end-of-the-year inventory reduction effort, a sizeable quantity of Remington Model 7 Receivers was offered to us.

    Up for grabs:


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    Remington Model 7 receiver blanks with the following work completed:

    • LRI Tier 1 Blueprint
    • Diamond honed receiver bore
    • Pinned for LRI recoil lug
    • 4x 8-40 scope base holes
    • Higbee Lead thread on receiver bore
    • ID chamfered front scope base hole
    • Resurfaced ejection/loading port
    • Rear tang hole opened to 1/4-28

    Standard bolt work as part of Tier 1 Blueprinting:
    • Bolt nose resurfaced
    • Bolt face resurfaced
    • Bolt lugs resurfaced
    Elective gunsmithing services for the bolt: This is not part of this special. Our standard published rates apply. (Dealer rates will be honored as well)
    • Bolt nose bushing threaded/soldered
    • M16 Extractor installed
    • Alter bolt face to .390, .450, .480, .545 (using threaded bushing and induction/solder)
    • Dual ejectors
    • Bolt fluting
    • Time/Tig service
    • Bushed striker pin

    IMPORTANT NOTES:

    This sale involves a serialized firearms part that requires a BATFE Form #4473 background check. LRI cannot ship actions directly to private citizens. You must either appear in person (if local or from a state that physically touches South Dakota) or we must ship your new action to a dealer that you are comfortable working with.

    It is YOUR obligation to find a dealer able to navigate this transaction for you. They must provide LRI a copy of their valid Federal Firearms license in order for us to complete the sale. The easiest means of accomplishing this is to have them EMAIL a JPEG image of their valid FFL. Use [email protected] as the email address along with "M7 GB" in the subject line.

    Note that you are purchasing a receiver and a bolt. This is not a complete rifle. Additional parts/work will be required for it to be put into service.

    As most know by now, Remington suffered a recent bankruptcy. Shortly after this happened, the entire M700, 40x, and M7 product line was liquidated. LRI has M7 receivers and a very limited supply of M7 bolts. This entire sale is 1st come, 1st serv. We do not have any fire controls or small parts in inventory. These will be items you will have to source. Our bolt inventory is very small. Less than 40. These too are first come first serve. You cannot buy bolt(s) alone. They must be part of an M7 action purchase. Additional receivers however can be purchased. (no limit on those) To keep a level playing field, this is limited to one bolt for one action. If we had more, I'd be all over selling multiples.

    Note that these receivers are threaded to a pitch of: 1.085-16. Please take a moment and review the LRI Tier 1 Blueprint service on our website.

    https://www.longriflesinc.com/collections/gunsmithing-services/products/gunsmithing-services-remington-m700-receiver-blueprinting

    You MUST CALL THE SHOP in order to complete this sale! You must pay for your items at the time of sale. There are NO refunds, exchanges, or returns. ALL SALES FOR THIS SPECIAL ARE FINAL. Credit cards are welcome along with cash/check. 605.490.2561

    If you are a new client, items will be delayed until after the check clears.

    Pricing:


    1. Receiver/Bolt Body/Chromoly recoil lug:


    1-3 quantity: $400.00ea
    4-6 quantity: $350.00ea
    7-10+ quantity: $300.00ea

    2. Receiver/Chromoly recoil lug only:

    1-3 quantity: $250ea
    4-6 quantity: $200ea
    7-10 quantity: $175ea


    UPDATE: 10.19.2021. PRICE REDUCTION ON RECEIVER ONLY PURCHASES

    1-3 QUANTITY: $225ea
    4-6 QUANTITY: $180ea
    7-10 QUANTITY: $156ea


    3. Titanium Recoil lug:


    Add $50.00 (no break with multiples, sorry)





    UPDATE 6.2.2022 SOLD OUT OF BOLTS AND RECOIL LUGS. RECEIVERS ONLY AVAILABLE
     
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    LongRifles Inc.

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    Update:

    All of the Model 7 bolts are gone so from here forward it's a receiver-only kind of deal.

    With that, maybe we'll wet the whistle a little better.

    We'll knock an extra 10% off on the receiver-only prices moving forward. I'll go back and update the original post.

    Thanks gents!
     
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    Just an update gents:

    All of the Model 7 bolts are gone so from here forward its a receiver only kind of deal.

    With that, maybe we'll wet the whistle a little better.

    We'll knock an extra 10% off on the receiver-only prices moving forward. I'll go back and update the original post.

    Thanks gents!

    honest question:
    What bolt does a guy use if he buys an action?
     

    2000gtacoma

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    honest question:
    What bolt does a guy use if he buys an action?
    Not an expert by any means here

    I did look on google. Found a couple options


     

    D̷e̷v̷i̷l̷D̷o̷c̷A̷Z̷

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    Not an expert by any means here

    I did look on google. Found a couple options


    Appreciate it @2000gtacoma My Google Fu is weak.
     

    Tartan

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    I was apparently the first order for one of these. Ended up taking it to APR (local to me) after taking my time sourcing parts.

    I had LRI add: dual ejectors, extracter, time & tig, and bolt knob.

    6 creed
    20" Brux 7.5 twist, varmint contour
    HS precision psv063 (discontinued, but found some at stocky's)
    Badger Ordnance m7 dbm (cut down release lever) and MDT 3 round mags

    Shoots better than I can with factory 108 eldm.

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    I was apparently the first order for one of these. Ended up taking it to APR (local to me) after taking my time sourcing parts.

    I had LRI add: dual ejectors, extracter, time & tig, and bolt knob.

    6 creed
    20" Brux 7.5 twist, varmint contour
    HS precision psv063 (discontinued, but found some at stocky's)
    Badger Ordnance m7 dbm (cut down release lever) and MDT 3 round mags

    Shoots better than I can with factory 108 eldm.
    Thats a sharp lookn build! I purchased same set up from LRI, added bolt fluting.
    Mine was a SAUM, putting parts together now for a 25 SAUM build…
     
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