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First strike of lighting with 338 AM

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Unread 04-30-2007, 07:39 PM
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Re: First strike of lighting with 338 AM

Nice shootin'!!!

Man am I ready to get our 338 AM out and get settled on a load. Shouldn't be long. We've got a comp. this weekend and then we'll have a chance to focus all of our attention on her!!
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    Re: First strike of lighting with 338 AM

    This is John and if I were not there with tom and Shawn I would have never believed it posible. When the first shot was two inches high at 1073 yrds at a target 4 inches round I was a believer. The second shot found its mark sending the chuck into space with high fives all around. Then tom and I got our chance to shoot Shawns toy. All I can say is that I have never seen any gun shoot like that with first shot hits at 450 and 500 yrds for both of us it was a good afternoon. thanks Tom and Shawn for a great Day,,,And Shawn I want a 338 AM for my self,,,John
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    Re: First strike of lighting with 338 AM

    Where are the pics of the gun???

    and when is the video gonna be out?
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    Here is a picture of my sub 16 lb, 338 AM. It is about the most fun you can have with your cloths on. BAT action, Broughton 32" fluted barrel (6 3/8" flutes), NF rings, NF NXS 5.5-22x-50mm NPR1, HS Precision stock (with much modification, my cheekpiece, recoil lug & muzzlebrake, Sniper Tools ACI, low pro level, and Harris "s" bipod with Pod-Loc.


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    Hey Shawn, sounds like you got everything dialed in! Great story to.

    I have some questions I would like to ask you but prefer not to clutter your thread so I will pm you with my questions.
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    Re: First strike of lighting with 338 AM

    When's the video come out?I gotta get one too.
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    Re: First strike of lighting with 338 AM

    Shawn, to say that is a sweet looking stick is simply a major understatement.i love your brake. are your slots ever so slightly off-center or the top and bottom flats off-center to expose a little more gas escape to the top side to give it just a wee bit of down push?
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