Borden timberline for sale

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Heres my new 300 Norma Improved/338 Norma Improved switch barrel I built myself. Finished it a couple months ago but haven't had time to post. It has the foll...owing:

Borden Bigfoot Action that came timed to the Triggertech Diamond
Manners EH1 with their 3 oz cheek piece
Proof Research 30 cal 1.250 shank 9.0 tw 26" finish
Proof Research 338 cal 1.250 shank 9.4 tw 26" finish
Titanium Self Timing 5 Port "Muscle" Brake in 3/4x24 threads
Hawkins DBM bottom metal
0.7 oz arca rail
Tangent Theta 3-15m bedded into a set of NF Rings
Cadex Falcon Lite Bipod

This rifle pounded tiny little groups right off the bat. Shots 2,3,4 down the rifle measured .263"@100 yds.

I have the 230 & 245 bergers shooting tiny groups with RETUMBO. With very little load development I shot a 1.172" group at 580 yds with the 245s and a 1.834" group with the 230s at 580 yds.

That Tangent Theta 3-15M is the best hunting scope Ive seen. The parallax is the most forgiving by far. Set it at 500 yds and your good from 300-1000+ yds. Id still have no problem shooting game at 100 without adjusting the parallax. However if your wanting to shoot 1/4 moa or smaller groups youd want to adjust it a hair. The glass is absolutely phenomenal as is the turrets. Weighs 28 oz.

I built this rifle with the thoughts of having everything absolutely top of the line. Its far exceeded my expectations so far. It won't be for sale down the road LOL.

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Anyone using a Borden Alpine/Timberline?#342275510/26/09
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Was perusing Borden's website the other day, in particular checking out the Alpine and Timberline actions. Does anyone have a rifle built around either of those two? If so, how do you like it?

Seems like good quality, and one wouldn't have to worry truing/blueprinting. Might be something neat to use for a future build. I'm not interested in having him build a full blown rifle, just purchasing one of his actions. Thanks all.



Re: Anyone using a Borden Alpine/Timberline? [Re: Scorpion] #342284610/27/09
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Actually,a pard just took receipt of a 30" 338Ultra on the Timberline dumped into an A5.

He said it'd bughole 250Scenars at 3050fps and I don't believe he was bluffing. Jim built it all however,which doesn't seem to be your route of interest,despite it being viable...............



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I've used a Bordens Rimrock action to build an accurate 280AI.I liked it so much I'm building a 7STW on the Timberline action.Your not going to find any people BETTER to deal with than Jim and Joan Borden.EXCELLANT made actions.


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I have a .223AI built by Kampfeld Custom using a Borden Alpine. B/t that and other custom rigs I own, it is by far the slickest action in a Remington footprint. It is however a little tighter with its tolerances than say a Surgeon action (unless going with the optional tighter bolt). I don't think you'll be disappointed. Like others have said, Jim Borden was great to work with as was Karl Feldkamp.


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dont do it!!!!!!
unless you want to buy more later, i have two now with a third in the works soon could not recommend them enough for a custom build

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I have a .223AI built by Kampfeld Custom using a Borden Alpine. B/t that and other custom rigs I own, it is by far the slickest action in a Remington footprint. It is however a little tighter with its tolerances than say a Surgeon action (unless going with the optional tighter bolt). I don't think you'll be disappointed. Like others have said, Jim Borden was great to work with as was Karl Feldkamp.


I also have one on the works with Karl - he sure speaks highly of them and if he likes them well I guess they are OK. He is building a 243 for me on a Alpine action, can't wait!!


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Actually,a pard just took receipt of a 30" 338Ultra on the Timberline dumped into an A5.

He said it'd bughole 250Scenars at 3050fps and I don't believe he was bluffing. Jim built it all however,which doesn't seem to be your route of interest,despite it being viable...............



Sounds like that'd be a pretty cool rig.

Not completely opposed to having one built by him, as he does make some damn nice rifles. It might/could make life that much easier to have him build the rifle, rather than simply procure the action and have it built elsewhere.

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I have a 7-08 AI Alpine built by JB and could not be happier. Balance and weight are perfect. If you decide on a Borden action, I'd have JB chamber and barrel at a minimum. He is very easy to work with. Besides, who better to barrel an action than the guy who designed and built it? JB also makes a nice milled replacement for the factory DBL bottom metal.


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I have a .223AI built by Kampfeld Custom using a Borden Alpine. B/t that and other custom rigs I own, it is by far the slickest action in a Remington footprint. It is however a little tighter with its tolerances than say a Surgeon action (unless going with the optional tighter bolt). I don't think you'll be disappointed. Like others have said, Jim Borden was great to work with as was Karl Feldkamp.



From a video on his website, showing his Alpine Magnum feeding 300 WSM cartridges slicker than snot, they look to be mighty smooth. You think there are any downsides to it having tighter tolerances than the Surgeon? I can't imagine there being much of any, though I figured I'd ask just in case.

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Jim currently offers a basic rifle at $2995.00 which does not involve any load development or accuracy gaurantee and in todays market is not a whole lot more than if you just buy the action and have someone else do the work plus you can bet it will be top shelf work.


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That's what I was thinking, as well. I may have to revamp my initial thoughts. Judging from the apparent quality of his work, his prices seem pretty reasonable.


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there is a 280 ready for delivery on his web site now if that works for you.


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I ahve 2 alpines you will not be disappointed.

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there is a 280 ready for delivery on his web site now if that works for you.



I'd be all for that if I didn't have two 280's as it is now. Not against getting another, I'd just like to build a rifle around a different cartridge at the moment.

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JB has been helping me shoot better since the very early 1990 era. He has done excellent work all along. I most recently bought a Rimrock, and never did the build and asked about a swap for his BR action. He was gracious enough to make the swap, and has cut several exceptional chambers for me since. I`m proud to have met him, and surely can wholeheartedly endorse his work. I have always been very pleased. That BR action has given me my best groups so far compared to my BAT action rifle. NUFF SAID!!!



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Thanks, Tim. May end up giving him a ring at some point, it's also attractive that he is only located a few hours from my house, which would make logistics pretty easy, I would think.


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I have a 300wm on a timberline and a 7wsm built on a Alpine mag,they are top shelf actions and the accuracy consistency is incredible!


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How do you like the Alpine Magnum? That is the action I was considering for a build. Does it feed well?


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There is a guy we shoot BR with that has a couple of them the last one was a 257 wsm, he said he likes it enough to order another one.

I have a Borden BR and that for sure is top notch. (Thanks Jim)



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Here are some pictures, albeit poor shots, of a rifle I built for a shooter on his Alpine action and fitted to an Eliseo stock. It is in 6BR and has taken the state title two years in a row, the last year set a new course record and missed the state record by one point.
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Borden Super Short 6 Action introduction

BackBorden Timberline Receiver

These are the most accurate repeater hunting actions on the market. They are manufactured to true benchrest tolerances and yet are made to be reliable in the field.
Timberline Actions fit stocks inletted for Remington 700 long actions (Repeater action weighs 808gm)
Action Footprint designed to be drop in for stocks inletted for Remington 700 (standard action now has straight machined handle and McMillan offers that inletting Rem 700 handle still available for those that want to fit stocks already inletted for Rem 700 with Rem 700 handle)

◦Hardened Stainless Steel Action Body(40 Rc)

◦Hardened and ground 4140 Bolt Body (44 Rc)

◦Bolt Body to Action Body clearance <.002 inch

◦Bolt Face perpendicular within .0002 inch -This is best in industry

◦Manufactured Right Hand or Left hand

◦Bolt Head and lugs designed to smoothly fit action raceway so that “anti-bind rail” is not needed

◦1 1/16 x 18 TPI Threading for barrel tenon

◦Neatly executed spiral fluting on bolt body

◦Silver brazed on Borden Machined Bolt Handle (Remington 700 handle available as option)

◦There are NO TAPS used in the manufacture of these actions

◦Thread Milled 8×40 Blind Scope block holes

◦Thread Milled 1/4×28 Guard Screw Holes

◦Standard and “Magnum” port length available for each model

◦Remington and Wyatt magazine wells available in each model

◦Single shot and repeaters available in each model

◦Proprietary feed rails designed to smooth feed even Short Magnums and Ultra Magnums

◦Medium Sako Style Extractor installed with plunger positioned for low ejection angle

◦M16 style extractor available on bolts with 308 and magnum boltfaces-no extra charge

 

PLEASE NOTE: We can only ship this to a dealer. Please contact us if you would like to purchase so we can discuss your dealer of choice and calculate accurate freight.  

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Hunting Rifles

Rifle above is an example of Borden Hunting Rifle with A3 Stock

Price without Swarovski 3 1/2×18 BRH Scope-$5100.00 (unfired)

(block bedded edge Technology A3 stock by TM Stockworks, texture finish, muzzle brake, machined floorplate; Trigger Tech trigger

Timberline Magnum action, Talley Lightweight Rings)

Weight is under 9# with scope (#4 barrel).

Click on either rifle picture above for bigger picture.

Complete load development with accuracy guarantee available at extra cost for some calibers

We also build build barreled actions that you can choose your own stocker or we can direct you to our preferred stocker.

Complete barreled actions start at $2850.00

Includes Alpine, Ridgeline, Mountaineer or Timberline action, fitted and chambered Hart barrel; Trigger Tech trigger; machined floorplate system,

Talley Lightweight Rings and Seating Depth gauge

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Borden Rimrock / Timberline- Long Scope Mount

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CNC machined stainless steel or titanium Picatinny spec. rifle scope base.
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Application: Borden Rifles Rimrock / Timberline - Long Action.

    Specs:
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  • Length: 6.305"
  • Height: .390"

  • Hole Spacing (From Rear):
  • 1st to 2nd: 0.860"
  • 1st to 3rd: 5.050"
  • 1st to 4th: 5.910"

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Scope mounts for Borden Accuracy Timberline

General description:

Borden Accuracy is an American rifle and action producing company from Springville, Pennsylvania, United States. Company produces Custom Hunting and Benchrest rifles, based on their own actions. They design rifles on Remington 700 and McMillan stocks. Borden Accuracy offers a wide range of different actions, which are manufactured to rifles, mostly on Remington 700,Holland Pattern, Monte Carlo and McMillan stocks. Their Actions are. Alpine, Timberline, Mountaineer, Ridgeline and Rimrock (LSR, SSR).Alpine actions fit stocks inletted for Remington 700 SA, Ridgeline actions are inletted for Remington 700 SA and LA stocks, while Timberline are inletted only for Remington 700 LA. Jim Borden founded Bordey Accuracy with his family, which means that the company is a family run business. They won several awards for manufacturing one of the best Benchrest rifles in the world in the past years.

Physical properties and dimensions:

Borden Timberline is a Custom made Bolt-Action rifle. Action is of Long style (LA). Like all Borden rifles, this model is also designed with Push – Feed style action. Rifle's action is designed with a titanium body. Timberline models of Borden rifles are designed either with Single shot, Remington STD Magnum, Remington Ultra Magnum, Wyatt STD Magnum or Wyatt Ultra Magnum style magazines. Action is 22.1 cm long, while the head diameter is 3.4 cm. It weights 595, 822 or 953 g. Borden Timberline model is chambered in caliber .30 – 06 SPRG. Rifle is manufactured both for right and left hand users. This model has four holes for the mounting purposes. Two in front and two at the back of the receiver.

Borden Accuracy Timberline

Borden Accuracy Timberline

Borden Accuracy Timberline receiver

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Mounting bases:

Picatinny rails:

The Picatinny rail is on a good way of becoming a global standard for mounting since it was invented in 1995. Developed on the Weaver template, the biggest advantage of the Picatinny rail is the usage across its entire length, unlike Weaver which has predesignated slots for mounting, limiting its usability and versatility. Ease of use and interchangeability are also its assets. Picatinny has slots evenly placed, namely exactly 5.23 mm one from the other and 3 mm deep. Because of this, the mounting is identical on all firearms using the Picatinny standard. Picatinny rails are usually available with 0 MOA or 20 MOA inclinations.Picatinny rail can accommodate all types of mounts, also those designed for Weaver standard. Full size mounts of this type are designed for mounting of modern optics for example thermal or digital.

 

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