.22LR Remington MSR

Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by defcon, May 19, 2013.

  1. defcon

    defcon New Member

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    Neva been dun befo. lol

    .22LR Remington MSR using a Savage MKII F

    Licensed by Remington MSR
    CNC full metal chassis
    Foldable stock, adjustable LOP and cheek riser

    Paid $400 used for the airsoft stock and then gutted it using an angle grinder and power drill.

    95% done

    The trigger doesn't go down all the way so I have to figure out how to fabricate an "extended trigger shoe."

    When I figure this part out, then it's range time to shoot some vids.

    Using a cheap $60 3x9-50mm scope
    UTG M1A bipod
    Replaced the bolt knob


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  2. E7018Dan

    E7018Dan New Member

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    In for the results
     

  3. defcon

    defcon New Member

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    First time shooting for groupings @ 50 yards.

    I did bad at 1.5 inches. Got some good tips for next time and definitely need to slow down and focus. I'll be using front/rear bags next round.

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  4. E7018Dan

    E7018Dan New Member

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    That's not bad at for starting. Keep us updated. Just a thought you can print targets out for pretty cheap rather than buying from stores.