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Anyone have experience with APS Raptor Receivers?

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Unread 10-07-2013, 09:39 AM
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Anyone have experience with APS Raptor Receivers?

I'm interested to about hear anyone's experience with Kirby's Raptor Receiver. I know Kirby is a highly recognized and respected gunsmith, which I'm not questioning, and I'm sure his reciever is a very high quality piece of gear. I'm planning a future build of a wildcat off of a 7 LRM or 300 Norma Mag. I'm also considering a Surgeon long action, but I just want to keep my potions open. Thanks for all info.

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Unread 10-07-2013, 08:53 PM
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Re: Anyone have experience with APS Raptor Receivers?

I love mine shoot a standard 338 lapua out of it. cycles smooth as silk and looks great.
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Unread 10-08-2013, 05:34 PM
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Re: Anyone have experience with APS Raptor Receivers?

Dittto to loving mine as well. Mine is in 338AX (338LMImp). In some ways it looks like a 700 Rem on steroids. It is as smooth an action as you will find anywhere, and that includes Tikka and Weatherby. It has a 3/4" dia. bolt with lugs amost twice as big as Rem. Lockup is very tight and extraction and ejection is both positive and easily done. This is a primo action and you cant go wrong with one.


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