Originally Posted by gunnut07
That is not a custom gun. It is an aftermarket barrel screwed on to a factory action.
I like using Stolle actions. They are hand crafted with care. They have 2 oz triggers and stocks fitted to my specific measurements. With custom paint. I also have my smith make a set of dies specific to each rifle. I don't understand why I am a bad person because I like something different than most people? It is getting a little tedious here.
Don't get your rope tied in a knot,Gunnut.
First off,that action is a Savage Varmint action.A special made action for Northland Shooters Supply,the only place you can get one,and it is trued by the owner Jim Briggs,as well as the barrel nut is one of Jim's trued barrel nuts.It also has the Savage Target Accu-trigger which can be adjusted down to a couple ounces too.
While it is in a Choate Tactical stock right now,I can adjust the length and comb height to suit me,and it is. Hell,If I so desired,I could have my best friend custom paint the $hit out of it for free,but I have no desire for that.
I'm putting this barreled action in a Manners T5A stock when I get some projects out of the way,so that's about as custom a stock as you can get.
I don't think you are a bad person for liking the custom components that you use in your custom rifles. Stolle actions are top shelf products.
Hell,I always enjoy reading what you type.
But don't think that the products that I use in the rifles I put together are any less accurate because they cost less than yours.
You don't have to spend thousands of dollars on a rifle to have one that shoots good,you just have to use good components,and put them together correctly.