Re: Should I Muzzle Break a 6.5x284
Originally Posted by Broz
Her ya go. This is being built with a friend in mind.
Rem 700 long action.
TP&G fluted one piece bolt, M-16 extractor, steel firing pin with aluminum shroud.
S&G bolt knob knurled to match NXS knurls
6.5 x 284 chambered for 140 Bergers
Timney trigger 1.5 LBS
BenchMark 5R tube, 8 twist, 26", #5 contour, .750 @ muzzle, 6 flutes 1/4"
JP tactical compensator brake
Near 20 moa UL rail base
3.5~15x50 NXS with RP-R2 ZS and HS turrets (110moa elevation)
Precision stock works/ Mcmillan stock (Precision Stock Works | Custom Rifle Stocks
) in black with grey web.
all metal will be satin black cerakote
*Scratches Head* What the hell do you all do for a living?! I am fresh out of college with a decent job and I can not afford half of this stuff and STILL EAT! haha
"...I shoot big cartridges, not because I am ego bound, not because they are needed to kill big game when well placed shots are made, but when an error is made, they will get you out of trouble more often then a lesser round."