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Few new rifles off the Allen Precision bench...

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Unread 06-25-2008, 03:29 PM
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Few new rifles off the Allen Precision bench...

Just figured some of you would like to see a few rifles I just finished up and are ready to range test and get shipped.

Rifle specs:
APS Xtreme Heavy Sporter
338 Edge
Trued Rem 700 ADL
Tactical bolt handle
Wyatts extended ADL mag box
Gre Tan striker assembly
Holland Comp Recoil lug
32" heavy Broughton 5C 1-10 barrel
DE 4 port muzzle brake
Jewell trigger
McMillan A-5 with thumbwheel adj. CP
DE OD gree teflon coating
NF 20 moa rail base
Burris 30mm Xtreme Tactical rings
NF 5.5-22x 50mm






APS Xtreme Heavy Sporter
270 Allen Magnum
Timberline Magnum receiver
Holland Comp Recoil lug
Jewell trigger
Seekins 20 moa rail base
IOR 6-24x 56mm
IOR 35mm rings
ABS 30" 1-8.7" twist
DE 4 port muzzle brake
Manner MCS-GAT Urban Camo stock
BDL floorplate
Wyatts extended mag box
Terry Cross tactical bolt handle








APS Xtreme Medium Sporter
300 RUM
Borden Timberline Magnum
Holland Comp Recoil Lug
Seekins 20 moa rail
Jewell trigger
Wyatts extended mag box
BDL floorplate
Lilja #6 contour, 28" SS barrel
Holland QD muzzle brake
McMillan HTG sporter stock
Burris Xtreme Tactical rings
NF 5.5-22x 56mm NP-R2






Now time to make some noise on the range hopefully this weekend. These will be three fun rigs to test out.
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    Unread 06-25-2008, 03:53 PM
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    As usual, first class stuff.;) Thanks for the pics and descriptions.

    I'd say there are going to be 3 very satisfied and happy customers in a very short time. Having been in their shoes before, I can tell them that they are in for a treat and some great shooting.

    Some very interesting combinations. It's always interesting to see what others consider to be their optimum choice in a custom gun.

    If they hang out here, I'll be looking forward to some future posts about how they shoot.;)
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    Unread 06-25-2008, 04:54 PM
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    Some very nice glass on the rifles and hardware.

    The A5 on the 338 Edge has very interesting colors which I like a lot.

    Thanks for the pictures
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    Kind of cruel Kirby....

    Even though I know that mine is several months away from being finished, I was hoping to see it in the line up. These photo's have definitely increased my anticipation level.
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    Those lucky devils. Awesome pictures Kirby
    That 338 looks rather bad *****!!
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    Unread 06-25-2008, 06:10 PM
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    If they hang out here, I'll be looking forward to some future posts about how they shoot.
    I'm sure I'll end up breaking in that 300 RUM. The owner is a friend of mine but doesn't spend time on any forums.

    He was giddy like a school girl when I emailed him the pics.

    I'm sure there will be plenty of pics, we put out steel plates from 450-1000 yards. Plus he's heading to Colorado and Texas this year. I'll be sure to send him with plenty pieces of white cardboard and a good sharpie.
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    I think it's only right for you to send me one of those to use while I'm waiting for mine. In fact, I think it should be a shop policy to offer loner guns while you wait. They look awesome! You'll have to post pictures of the pair when they are done.

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