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Old 12-20-2009, 12:24 AM   #11
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I feel so left out sense I don't have a remington

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Old 12-20-2009, 12:35 AM   #12
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I feel so left out sinse I don't have a remington
Me Either, But I'm good with that. Mine are better!!
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Look around mine is posted all over the place.

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Started as an SPS
Some GAP work, some mine
Gotta ask, how much total investment?
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Me Either, But I'm good with that. Mine are better!!
well post it up big boy!
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Was thinking about that leu for my 700. Your boomsticks definitely have some milkshake. Very nice.
Thanks! I'm having another one built as we speak and should be done in January. It's a long range shooter in .308 fully customized to my specs. I like 700s.
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Thanks! I'm having another one built as we speak and should be done in January. It's a long range shooter in .308 fully customized to my specs. I like 700s.
DO TELL! haha

So how much does that pretty bolt help your shot, or is it just for looks? Cuz it looks damn good.
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DO TELL! haha

So how much does that pretty bolt help your shot, or is it just for looks? Cuz it looks damn good.
Thanks! The AWR is solid a .5MOA gun with factory premium 180gr ammo. Not bad for a .300 Win Mag that weights in at 7 lbs. The .223 is untested, I just put it together. If it doesn't shoot .5 MOA or better after barrel break-in it is going to the same gentleman that is building the new one for fine tuning.

I'll post a pic of the new one when I go pick it up. The base gun is a Remington Custom shop 40X that shot like this BEFORE the rebuild.



I have very high expectations of the end result.
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This started life as an SPS. It is chambered in 7mm Rem Mag.
Lothar Walther barrel, custom Briely mussel break, Timiney comp trigger set at 3 lbs. Bell and Carlson stock, Badger O +15 MOA picatiney scope rail, Harris bi-pod, action and bolt trued and bluprinted by Briely, and all metal was teflon finished. I am pretty much done with the break in, but I have not had the chance to do any serious trials with it yet.

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The Project. Still has a ways to go.

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