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Not sure what happened to the first add but I’m reposting, I have a Desert tactical arms (before they became Desert tech) SRS. 26” barrel, 338 lapua Magnum, 1 magazine, atlas bipod, Nikon fx1000 FFP in Mrad, Seekins Precision scope mount. 100 rounds included, only 20 shot so far. You do have the...