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ALLEN PRECISION XHS repeater in 338 ALLEN MAGNUM

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Re: ALLEN PRECISION XHS repeater in 338 ALLEN MAGNUM

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    Re: ALLEN PRECISION XHS repeater in 338 ALLEN MAGNUM

    Kirby is that stiller the 1.4 or 1.6
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    Unread 03-09-2013, 03:14 AM
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    Re: ALLEN PRECISION XHS repeater in 338 ALLEN MAGNUM

    Very nice rifle.

    Awesome photos
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    Re: ALLEN PRECISION XHS repeater in 338 ALLEN MAGNUM

    Very nice rifle Kirby WOW ! ! !

    I did one in the 338 Snipe -tac Stiller with a brux barrel, but used a Mcree stock they are fun too shoot .

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    Re: ALLEN PRECISION XHS repeater in 338 ALLEN MAGNUM

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    Kirby is that stiller the 1.4 or 1.6

    1.6" Stiller TAC408.
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    Re: ALLEN PRECISION XHS repeater in 338 ALLEN MAGNUM

    Kirby,

    Couple of questions:

    Their web site says inlet option for Bat M 1.53. That sounds like what I have on the 375 AM. (BTW she shoots lights out way out there. )

    The say the stock weights right around 5 pounds. I believe that is quite a bit heavier than the Non adjustable cheek piece Mc. A5 that I have. Correct?

    I'm trying to shed a little weight. Can do it with the Mc A5 w/Edge technology. But this metal stock is a bunch more eye catching.
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    Their web site says inlet option for Bat M 1.53. That sounds like what I have on the 375 AM. (BTW she shoots lights out way out there. ) Yes but that is not their Chassis stock which comes with the DM system, yours would obviously be with the single shot stock design. I have used them as well and they are great.

    The say the stock weights right around 5 pounds. I believe that is quite a bit heavier than the Non adjustable cheek piece Mc. A5 that I have. Correct? Probably a full 2 lbs heavier.

    I'm trying to shed a little weight. Can do it with the Mc A5 w/Edge technology. But this metal stock is a bunch more eye catching. [/QUOTE] If your looking to loose weight, thats not the best stock choice but they are sure great to shoot. Have not felt much that was more stable with a front bipod and rear bag. It is the long wheelbase that makes it so solid in my opinion.
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