Recently aquired a 22x6mm A.I. With shoulder moved forward, neck length .255, 40x single shot action, Pac Nor 30" 1-8 75gr A-Max 3845fps RS Magnum
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--Rep. Suzanna Gratia Hupp (TX)
I don't own one, however, my friend owns one and he loves it. He has a 6mmAI, Nesika Model K Action, 30" 1-12 Twist Krieger, Jewel trigger, ect. He pushes 70grn Ballistic Tip bullets at 3900fps. It is deadly accurate on Pdogs and Squirrels out to 800 yards.
The only AI I own is a 6mm. Its built on a Rem 788, Straight 1.20 x 26" w/a 14 twist, canjar trigger and a Mc Millan benchrest stock. This gun only likes flat base bullets with the exception of Nos BT's. The best performer is a Hor 70gr SP makes one tiny hole. 70gr BT's also make one hole.
It will even shoot heavier flat base bullets suprisingly well 85gr Sierra SP and 87gr Hor SP. I tried a 95gr BT but it wouldn't stabilize.
This is the most accurate gun I have had to date. Varmint's don't stand a chance.
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Location: I live in the outdoors, but ihave to stay in the Houston area so I can afford to live outdoors!
Yes you have to ream the chamber out...they have straight wall and 40 degree shoulders. The nice thing is you can use the original barrel if you stay with original caliber. I think most don't because stock barrel length is too short to start with in most calibers.
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