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Amazing set-up Lee.
Thanks Tim......I had to do something to compete with the Twins
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    Love it
    Thanks Bud ......Your Rig is Awesome as Well
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    Do you mean twin Remington 700 Sendero SF 7mm STWs like these?

    And that also produce 100 yard three shot groupings (the first pic is a four shot grouping) like these?
    Precisely. Mine shoots like that, as well.
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    The 284 is to the STW what a tricycle is to a Ninja.
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    Re: 7mmSTW Picture Thread

    Not near as nice as most of yours but it's fairly rare.... Ruger No.1 in 7mm stw. It's been free floated and had a hick accurizer installed. Glass is a Burris signature select 6-24-44
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    Re: 7mmSTW Picture Thread

    I've got a Ruger No 1 in 7 stw and I had a custom aluminum piccatiny rail put on it. How are you loading yours and what? Did you do any trigger work?
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    Not near as nice as most of yours but it's fairly rare.... Ruger No.1 in 7mm stw. It's been free floated and had a hick accurizer installed. Glass is a Burris signature select 6-24-44
    Thats a sweet Rig Bud
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    I've got a Ruger No 1 in 7 stw and I had a custom aluminum piccatiny rail put on it. How are you loading yours and what? Did you do any trigger work?
    Thanks guys! I am loading 160gr Nosler accubonds using RL-25 and federal 215m primers. Pushing 3100fps. I can't remember the amount of powder off hand I think 78 grains. I haven't touched the trigger but I REALLY would like to try the Kepplinger trigger and Moulds speed hammer. I think my accuracy would really improve. It already shoots under 1moa and I have dropped a few animals beyond 450yrds
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