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Unread 04-12-2013, 01:19 AM
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On a 10 scale that things running about a 13 for "cool factor". If I had one like it I'm not sure what I'd ever do with it except to set up for some long range ambush shots but damn it definitely has "a look".

I'm sure if you set it next to one of my hunting rigs and we took pictures and showed them to idiot liberals they'd swear to be damned we should label yours an "Evil Assault Weapon" though LOL
Screw the liberals.....They don't know their ass from a hole in the ground...
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The 284 is to the STW what a tricycle is to a Ninja.
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    Screw the liberals.....They don't know their ass from a hole in the ground...

    It seems they will never understand that the look of something doesn't make it evil. I've had this rifle built for a month or 2 now, and it has yet to do any harm to anyone. Amazing, I know, because it looks like that's the sole purpose of it. Another thing the anti-gun folks don't understand, that a firearm can't hurt anyone without an operator. It's probably all the cars driving around drunk on their own without drivers killing people that makes them think like that.

    Wildrose, I built this rifle to see what I can do accuracy wise, as far out as I can. It will not likely every be used for hunting. Unless hunting steel plates is considered hunting.
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    The "Terminator" man, does that look like a deadly rig to sit behind.! You need a 7stw cartridge in that chassis, no smart animal is going to get close to that! NICE...
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    Re: 7mmSTW Picture Thread

    -7mm STW - .313 Neck - throated for 180 Bergers
    -Donor Rem 700 Action - trued, bushed, lugs lapped, bedded, GTR lite steel firing pin...the whole 9 by Gre'-Tan Rifles
    -Kreiger 5R - 28" finished length - fluted - #8 contour - 1 in 8.5 twist
    -Grey Bull Precision Stock
    -Vias Break
    -Bolt fluted and tactical knob by Kampfeld Customs
    -Jewell Trigger set at 2.5 lbs
    -Leupold Mark 4 base (20moa), rings, and 6.5-20x50
    -All metal Cerakote finished with the "aluminum" color
    -Total weight was 12lb 12oz






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    -7mm STW - .313 Neck - throated for 180 Bergers
    -Donor Rem 700 Action - trued, bushed, lugs lapped, bedded, GTR lite steel firing pin...the whole 9 by Gre'-Tan Rifles
    -Kreiger 5R - 28" finished length - fluted - #8 contour
    -Grey Bull Precision Stock
    -Vias Break
    -Bolt fluted and tactical knob by Kampfeld Customs
    -Jewell Trigger set at 2.5 lbs
    -Leupold Mark 4 base (20moa), rings, and 6.5-20x50
    -All metal Cerakote finished with the "aluminum" color
    -Total weight was 12lb 12oz





    That is a sweeeeet set-up!

    How does it shoot?
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    Re: 7mmSTW Picture Thread

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    -7mm STW - .313 Neck - throated for 180 Bergers
    -Donor Rem 700 Action - trued, bushed, lugs lapped, bedded, GTR lite steel firing pin...the whole 9 by Gre'-Tan Rifles
    -Kreiger 5R - 28" finished length - fluted - #8 contour
    -Grey Bull Precision Stock
    -Vias Break
    -Bolt fluted and tactical knob by Kampfeld Customs
    -Jewell Trigger set at 2.5 lbs
    -Leupold Mark 4 base (20moa), rings, and 6.5-20x50
    -All metal Cerakote finished with the "aluminum" color
    -Total weight was 12lb 12oz





    Thats an awesome rig
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    Re: 7mmSTW Picture Thread

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    Originally Posted by eshorebwhntr View Post
    -7mm STW - .313 Neck - throated for 180 Bergers
    -Donor Rem 700 Action - trued, bushed, lugs lapped, bedded, GTR lite steel firing pin...the whole 9 by Gre'-Tan Rifles
    -Kreiger 5R - 28" finished length - fluted - #8 contour
    -Grey Bull Precision Stock
    -Vias Break
    -Bolt fluted and tactical knob by Kampfeld Customs
    -Jewell Trigger set at 2.5 lbs
    -Leupold Mark 4 base (20moa), rings, and 6.5-20x50
    -All metal Cerakote finished with the "aluminum" color
    -Total weight was 12lb 12oz





    Dude, that is a Big Bad, Daddy Rabbit killer machine!!! Seriously, that thing looks like it's going 300 miles an hour, just sitting there! Nice job, enjoy! But then again, how can you not? WOW.
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