Since you asked. Some pics of present and past projects. Very brief bio's as it would take too long to type. Ask and I can supply more info. Enjoy...
My 35" barreled Enfield P14 in 300RUM. That muzzle port works like a charm and reduced recoil distance by 2/3's. Working on 220gr MK as the 240's were blowing up in flight. Go figure.
My mid range hunting rifle in 6.5-06. Man, I love this cartridge. 24" barrel with a Win Boss brake (crap). Enfield P17 action modernized. This one drives tacks.
This another P17 in 6.5 Mystic. My brainchild for a 1000yd BR cartridge. Was very accurate with 140gr bullets. Sold it. Will build another shortly to the 16.5lbs rules on a Savage action. Richard of Wildcat bullets is using it as a test mule to develop/test his 6.5 bullets. So don't blame me if they don't shoot.
My first attempt at a LR hunting rifle. In 300Wby through a Douglas barrel. Shot really well. P14 action. Unfortunately, 1 in 12 twist. Sold it for a faster twist monster. Enter the RUM above. I did have wonderful success with the 155gr Amax and shot it quite accurately to 1800m (1960yds).
Here's one for the Mauser and Gibbs fans. Built on a Parker Hale Midland action in 30Gibbs. Another wonderful wildcat. Cdn made match barrel (never got the manf). Awesome with 165gr SST's. Sold it too as I wanted something that would handle the high winds found in the mountains where I hunt. Enter the 6.5-06 above.
Here are pics of the 30Gibbs case. Fun to make and shoot. The 6.5 Mystic has a similar shoulder/neck but based on the 308 case. Identical in case capacity to the 6.5 WSSM improved that many are starting to test.
This is a Norinco M305. I think you can figure out what its a clone of. Shoots MOA (or better, sometimes). Nothing like the Chinese junk of yesteryear. These rifles are awesome. If your govt ever lifts the ban, Springfield is going to have a heart attack. Don't ask what they are worth, it will make you cry. I make shim kits to tighten up the gas system on any M1A if anyone's accurizing one.
Well, that has eaten up enough bandwidth for now. No pics of my new tackdriving Savage in 270, or the 338 Mystic(no stock yet). Others never got digital pics taken before they went on to other deserving homes. Me thinks I build to much...NAAAAAAH.
Most of the stocks are homemade. Easier to get a better fit and reasonably easy to do. Saves me enough to afford another barrel. And so the addiction goes.