Here are a couple pics, not the best pics but you get the idea.
That is a SS 16x42mm Mil Dot in the rings. I wanted to test this scope out on a serious long range rifle and so far I have been suprised at the quality of this scope. Its glass is clear, reticle is very good and the best thing it has 110 moa of vertical adjustment which will take the Kahn out to 2000 yards.
The rifle recoiled pretty good at first so I designed this muzzle brake and fitted it to the 1.350" diameter barrel. Now recoil is in the class of a 12 lb 308 Win. Very nice, easy to spot your impacts.
The brake diameter is 1.450" tapered to 1.350" to match the barrel. It was machined out of a 6" section of 1.500" diameter Lilja stainless barrel scrap.
This is the only sing that this rifle is not a conventionally bedded rifle, the three 1/4x28 TPI mounting bolts in the bottom of the forend.
I did not want anything disrupting the lines of the rifle so everything is hidden inside the stock. Kind of a sleeper of the V-Block rifles. The old receiver screws are dummies. Nothing touches the receiver at all.