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Old 10-24-2006, 10:11 PM
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Re: Sendero Shooters

Hey Roy, which Berger are you shooting in the 300rum and what's your load.

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Old 10-25-2006, 09:17 AM
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Re: Sendero Shooters

99Gr retumbo 168gr berger,fed primers 3300 fps Just off the lands
shoots awsome at longer ranges.
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The only bad thing about them (and this is personal preference) is I despise their fat forearm. Other than that they are one of the most accurate rifles you can buy. I had many of them and they all rocked in the accuracy dept.
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Re: Sendero Shooters

Thanks again for the replys everyone. When I read the overview for the rifle on the remington website, it says: "Full-length aluminum bedding blocks.."

What does this mean? Is this instead of glass or pillar bedding?

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Old 10-26-2006, 01:06 PM
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Yup. Your action is fully seated on the aluminum bedding block and your barrel should be completely free-floated with this setup.
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Re: Sendero Shooters

Also,the "full length" bedding blocks mean that the "chassis" that the bedding blocks are integrated into run the entire length of the stock. The bedding blocks are actually an aluminum channel that is molded into the stock and runs the entire length.

I saw some pics of cross sections of a cut up HS Precision stock somewhere and the "full length" blocks were previlant the entire length of the stock.

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