On the beregers me and Bill Bailey have shoot several pdogs around 1100yds with his 6mm-250 with the beregers and I have noticed that the bullets almost act like a FMJ at that range. With the AMAX i have seen a least a little expansion around 1000yds.
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Sweet rifle! The stock is very striking, if she shoots as well as she looks (and it should) you will have a valuable heirloom to pass on to future generations of Lerches.
Shoot straight & enjoy,
Nothing quite like a good lookin' stick of wood on a nicely done rifle !!! It's most refreshing to see somebody post a picture of their new toy with a wood stock !!!! A good Quartersawn stock will be very stable and shoot great besides looking like a million bucks !!!!!
I love the looks of your new stick !!! Good luck with the shooting.----7mmRHB
Well you got yourself a damn nice rig there Lerch, I hope it serves you as well as it looks.
I have always preferred a nice natural stock over the synthetics, however both have their places. I love the way the stock is bellied and ported, sure makes for a very functional product. I am sure you will take full advantage of it, or from what BJ says he will. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/shocked.gif[/img] [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/shocked.gif[/img]
Well take care of it, and try not to do it like I do a new truck, just head for the thickest brush you see and get it over with then you can enjoy it the way it was meant to be.
Well anyways I now now how the rich and famous ( or is that poor and infamous ) live . !
You have some good taste buds there my man, that is a piece to slobber over. And yes ! . by all means , use it and enjoy it and the minor dents and dings that come will serve notice to all that it IS ! a precision tool meant to be used and enjoyed .
One of the finest things that I have at my home ( I don't say own because it is older than me plus a couple of my children , so how could it be mine ? ) is a hand made singletree . Hand forged iron and hand carved /fitted oak. Well used and without a doubt served well . It is a thing of beauty .
Congratulations on a good investment for those that come after you !
And Yes !!, I am a sucker for a beautiful piece of wood too !
Richard Franklin of Richards custom guns has found a way to firm up that wood foundation. Using laminates of figured and exotic woods is a specialty of his . [image]Figured and fancy stock - Reference stock #111 SOLD[/image]
That is my stock so stay back !@! [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]