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Unread 04-26-2013, 11:14 AM
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Re: hit a mile

I love the 30"select grade match brux I put on mine walk her out to 2005 regulaly with sub moa accuracy shoots abot 1/4 moa at 950 consistantly have put up to 100 rounds through it with little to no copper fouling and accuracy is as good on the last shot as the first.

Lorenzo Young (grit on here) at deadly presision did the work on mine trued and bedded action new recoil lug and new tube with a badger ordanace break she will one hole the 300 smk at 100 with 89.6 grains at 2800 fps



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    Unread 04-26-2013, 11:44 AM
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    Re: hit a mile

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    I love the 30"select grade match brux I put on mine walk her out to 2005 regulaly with sub moa accuracy shoots abot 1/4 moa at 950 consistantly have put up to 100 rounds through it with little to no copper fouling and accuracy is as good on the last shot as the first.

    Lorenzo Young (grit on here) at deadly presision did the work on mine trued and bedded action new recoil lug and new tube with a badger ordanace break she will one hole the 300 smk at 100 with 89.6 grains at 2800 fps



    Jordan

    Jordan,

    If you do not mind me asking or can PM me, what did the truing work cost and consist of? And what was the cost of Lorenzo chambering and threading the tube for a brake? Also, what was the turn around?

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    Unread 04-26-2013, 06:55 PM
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    You guys are getting me wanting again. I would have to sell rifles for enough money to make my .338wm sing at 1500-2000 yds.? It's a Browning Stalker w/Boss and Synthetic. I had ordered stainless and put on lay-a-way, when paid last and picked up they gave me blue. That's been years now but rifle still has factory oil & never been shot. How much would it cost to make it shoot? I may never use my Alpine Silverado again either sense I can't pull it anymore :-(
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    Thank you guys for all I have learned so far and intend to as time goes on. Been in/out of hospital many times the last couple months so forgive my late paying to those waiting. PM me if I still owe for stuff as I am very forgetfull on these meds. Still need those 338 bullets in ammo can if avaialable? Sorry again, JASTECH
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    Unread 04-28-2013, 11:58 PM
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    Wow that's impressive. I am building a 338 378wby on a savage 110 with a 34 in LIlja barrel. Hope to be shooting within 3 months . I am new here, but have been reading lrh for a while. Learning a lot. Hope to eventually get out that far!
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    Unread 04-29-2013, 07:09 AM
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    Wow that's impressive. I am building a 338 378wby on a savage 110 with a 34 in LIlja barrel. Hope to be shooting within 3 months . I am new here, but have been reading lrh for a while. Learning a lot. Hope to eventually get out that far!
    That's way to much cartridge and barrel for a savage 110.
    You might want to look into a custom action for that build
    and talk to a smith.
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