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Opinions on Gunwerks LR-1000

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Unread 11-13-2009, 06:59 PM
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Re: Opinions on Gunwerks LR-1000

I get sore everytime I see a post that says our rifles are overpriced! There's a ton of work that goes on after the rifle is completed and assembled. Anyways, for your specification, our product doesn't fit the bill. Our guns are legitimate 1000 yard guns that are VERY simple to use. 1500 yards is a whole different animal, requiring a different configuration. The heavy bullets in the 338 edge will do it. A 20 MOA base and a NF scope also fit the bill. I would suggest the McMillan or Manners stock with a beefier forend and vertical grip.

We do have a new handheld ballstics program coming (its been a slow project). We had to develop new software for realtime calculations in our rangefinder, and we figured we might as well build a handheld version. I think it improves on the NF and Cheytac versions. Its easier to use, has spindrift and corriolis calculations, and you can even enter multiple wind conditions. I tried to account for verticle winds, but it turned into a pain. We'll do it on version 2.
Aaron Davidson
Product Engineer
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