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Old 10-18-2011, 01:57 AM
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Re: My first long range build

Good looking rifle. I shoot the 190 berger in several of mine. Always go with the accuracy. A 190 berger at over 3000 fps is deadly so don't sweat it.
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Old 10-18-2011, 02:27 AM
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How awesome is that? Nice job buddy!!!
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Old 10-18-2011, 06:06 AM
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Thanks all for the compliments

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VERY nice looking stick but I'm always a sucker for anything built on a BAT and .30cal is my favorite caliber.

Looks like a BAT HRPIC receiver, am I right????
Thats it. There the smoothest I have felt. I like it better than my stolle.

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Good looking rifle. I shoot the 190 berger in several of mine. Always go with the accuracy. A 190 berger at over 3000 fps is deadly so don't sweat it.
I plan on doing some more testing with seating depth I'm only .010 off the lands now and I cant use the magazine.
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Old 10-18-2011, 01:03 PM
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Re: My first long range build

Holy crap what was your first car a Ferrari? LOL

I love my Bat VRPIC. I have it on my LR hunting rig and it shoots awesome. Alot of people tried to say they wouldn't be good in poor weather conditions due to the tolerances. I have put mine through the wringer in tactical matches in pouring rain in Oregon to hot and dry talcum powder of eastern Washington. No worries functioned flawlessly.

Nice rig, enjoy!
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Old 10-19-2011, 09:10 AM
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Holy crap what was your first car a Ferrari? LOL

I love my Bat VRPIC. I have it on my LR hunting rig and it shoots awesome. Alot of people tried to say they wouldn't be good in poor weather conditions due to the tolerances. I have put mine through the wringer in tactical matches in pouring rain in Oregon to hot and dry talcum powder of eastern Washington. No worries functioned flawlessly.

Nice rig, enjoy!
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No it was actually a 67 Datsun. I lived in a travel trailer when I built this rifle. Its all about priorities.
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