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Should I Muzzle Break a 6.5x284

 
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Old 02-14-2013, 10:38 PM
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Re: Should I Muzzle Break a 6.5x284

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Originally Posted by Broz View Post
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
Nightforce rings
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.
Pillar bedded
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
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