Originally Posted by drwindmill
What calibers does this configuration come in?
as I understand it, there is a long list of calibers that can be chambered. The rifles comes out of their custom shop, so I imagine there are lots of options to boot. The one example I've seen was pretty much generic. Might be worth your time to either send them an email or better yet give them a phone call.
The reason I keep saying to get the single shot bolt action no matter which one you opt for is the rgidity of the action verses one with a mag well. It's a good bit stiffer, and with that large open top you'll want that. Secondly the RBLP actions are said to be three time stiffer yet. This alone starts you out right. The caliber you select is your own personal choice, and there have been several goods ones posted. You do want one with the large barrel thread as that aids barrel support in the bridge area.
Somewhere around the house I have the Precision Shooting review of this rifle. I'll dig it up this week. The rifle I looked at didn't quite group as well as the one they had, but their target furnished still did a three shot .150" group with off the shelf factory ammo. That ain't exactly what I'd call bad in any way! The one they reviewed had a test target of a little over .100" (want to say .120")