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Sendero vs Custom Rifle

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Unread 11-21-2006, 03:40 PM
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Re: I have never seen a Sendero that ........

did not shoot better once the rifle had been bedded. I had the Sendero's re-chambered with a minimum spec chamber, leade fitted to the bullet that I was shooting , bedded, trigger job, muzzle re-crowned, and Vias muzzle break added and the rifles always shot like a benchrest rifle without too much load developement. Mine are the Stainless Sendero's.
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    Re: I have never seen a Sendero that ........

    Can one of you guys post a pic of a skim bedded stock without the barreled action installed? Thanks!

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    I'm not exactly sure on the definition of skim bedded. Marine-tex used.
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    Thanks for the pic! I'm thinking about bedding a rifle myself. It doesn't look too hard.

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    Re: Sendero vs Custom Rifle

    BJ

    Buy the sendero in tht caliber you want and shoot it.
    and then if it doesent shoot have a custom barrel screwed
    on it.

    A lot of the cost of a custom rifle is the action and the
    stock. so use the sendero as a donor.

    REM triggers are fully adjustable and the stock is a good
    one but it does need bedding.

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    Re: I have never seen a Sendero that ........

    JMDEM IVE got a LSS stock looks just like that! If I get my Sendaro to shoot like my LSS I will be proud......My personal Opinon on ANY gun is how much time you spend at the reloading press! Will be be seen @ the ???YRD mark!

    Trigger job, bench press make it shoot like you want it too! And if all else fails, UP the powder!(THAT IS A JOKE!)
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