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My New 300 Win Build

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Unread 04-06-2010, 01:25 PM
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Very nice gun. I take it you're not getting this snow?
We were but it has stopped and melted. I am shooting prone from the garge door. Then back to the bench and clean..

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    Broz, the gun looks great. What are the 3 colors on the stock?
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    Awesome rifle, very well thought out to...I believe the .300 Win mag is the best of calibers..so accurate and flat shooting..good luck and have fun with your new rifle...ElDee
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    Very awesome looking rifle. It looks very portable and VERY capable. Wow, should be an awesome elk getter! Scotty
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    Jeff,

    Congrats on your new rig ... she's a beauty of a beast. Dave did some wonderful work on my sons' and I's rifles.

    How about a close up pix of that JP muzzle brake? Is it the Bennie Cooley?



    Thanks.

    Keep us posted.

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    Congrats Broz - thats one sweet rifle!!!

    If it shoots half as good as it looks you may need to buy another freezer for all the game you're gonna be taking!
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    Jeff,

    Congrats on your new rig ... she's a beauty of a beast. Dave did some wonderful work on my sons' and I's rifles.

    How about a close up pix of that JP muzzle brake? Is it the Bennie Cooley?



    Thanks.

    Keep us posted.

    Ed
    Hi Ed, yes this is the brake and boy is it affective! I am still in load development right now ( took time off to look for a Black Bear) but I have shot some groups with and without the brake, HUGE!! difference in recoil. I will report in when I have time to get back to her and finish up the loads.

    Thanks guys! for all the kind words.

    Jeff
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