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Old 08-06-2010, 03:55 AM   #41
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Heres some pic's of the new bolt knob for the target rifle. Kinda of cool as it doesn't irritate the web of skin between my thumb and point finger as much as the factory knob when I cycle the action. Also gives me a little more leverage than the factory bolt knob when needed.
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I got a chance to shoot that rifle last Sunday. Trust me, it's suweeet!

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I got a chance to shoot that rifle last Sunday. Trust me, it's suweeet!
Yeah CA, the fellow that I dorpped the bolt off to when we were getting ready to go to lunch actually had it finished Monday night. It seems, so far, that it is really going to work out good. Been cycling the action in the backyard earlier and checking how it feels to my hand. Feels good.
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Excellent.

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That is so beautiful!

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Well here I am at the 800 yard line going to 1000 yards at a long range clinic that the club I shoot with put on earlier this month. It was a great time and I learned a tremendous amout of info on shooting techniques for these distances.

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Well here I am at the 800 yard line going to 1000 yards at a long range clinic that the club I shoot with put on earlier this month. It was a great time and I learned a tremendous amout of info on shooting techniques for these distances.

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That just gets my juices flowing!
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That just gets my juices flowing!
Yeah, I kinda' like how the photo guy caught the shot while the brake was still causing some dust.

Here's my zero at 100 yards the day before I went to the clinic.

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Not too much to brag about but 5 rounds in near one hole that lools like 3 rounds in one hole and it was in prone position not in a bench rest.
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I'd brag about that group.

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As you can see, It's always easy to find my rifle in the mix.

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