117 grain .257 diameter is a good all around choice for reloading. Factory ammo probably ranges from 117 to 120 grs. for that particular weight range of 25-06 ammo. Pointed tip [spitser] and boat-tail base will shoot the flattest...Hornady, Speer, Sierra, Nosler, Remington, Winchester, Barnes, etc. all offer bullets for reloading in .257 caliber. My two favorites are Sierra and Hornady but other makes are well liked also...reloading manuals are an invaluable aid to reload safely and accurately...good luck... I like 75 and 87 grain bullets for varmints and 100, 115, 117, 120 boat tail spire point for deer.
Yes. 700 BDL European
It's a BDL. I know this because I own one and the replacement stocks are for BDL's...
one on the Texas hunting forum for $400
If you state the caliber we could then determine the size of the action.
My brother just purchased one brand new. He paid $460 for it I believe. He was lucky to find one new beings they are discontinued in the model 700 BDL.
6 too 700