Nate, you were great to work with on my tight schedule. Thanks! Straight Shot Gunsmithing
The workmanship and fit is top notch. Your ability to oh-so-casually make a generic picatinny scope base fit the shape of action was impressive.
These were groups from the very first shots out of the rifle. I was moving up in 1/2 grain increments. And I haven't played with seating depth yet. Prone with bipod and a too-soft rear bag that needs to be either replaced or filled tighter. I can already tell it's going to be a shooter.
The barrel is from Tracey Bartlein at Bartlein barrels
Now, with only a few dozen more rounds down the tube it cleans very easily.
The brake is from Holland Guns
Darrel, I have never found it so easy to spot my shots at such close ranges. Fantastic brake. Thanks so much.
The stock is a McMillan Hunter and the action is one of my favorites, a Tikka Model 658. I shot my first sort-of-long-range deer with this action years ago.
The scope is my brand new Nightforce. 5.5 to 22 X 56, Zero Stop, NPR-1 reticle. Don't have to say much about quality here when you know you're preaching to the choir.
I also have a Kenton Industries
Tuned Trajectory Compensator turret cap. This is my second one and I am a believer. Mark, you deserve your success.