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Old 03-05-2007, 10:40 PM
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Re: Long range hunting picture thread. please post pics.

Hi,

The Sightron works perfect, and holds very well the recoil of a 300 Rem Ultra Mag rifle. I already purchase another Sightron scope for my friend and he puts on 7mm RemMag rifle.
His also happy with his new scope.
The Scope comes with Finger knobs adjustments, and the reticle is MILDOT.
I love mildot reticles for easy holdover shoots, and also for ranging up to 600-700 yards on big games.
The only problem with this knobs is are so small, and the imprint on this are very small. So you have to replace them if you do not like them.

For the stock:
It is a factory HS Precision Stock, with aluminium frame, and for outside is fiberglass and epoxy.
The only big difference between this one and the original is I modified myself the checkpiece, adding layers of fiberglass to look like a McMillans A5 Stock.
And also the rest area for right arm is bigger (I increase the grip cross, for better contact with the stock)
I did a close replica, with a minimum budget (fiberglass can = $24.00, 3 camo paint cans = 12x3 = $36.00).
For the grip I used a dreamwell to create the grip contact.
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Old 03-06-2007, 10:28 PM
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My .300 RUM

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Old 03-07-2007, 06:39 PM
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Re: Long range hunting picture thread. please post pics.

Thanks-Joe!!!-your-rifle-looks-awesome!!!-I-went-with-the-Tooley-MBR-for-my-new-project-and-I-went-with-80%Black-10%Grey-10%White.-I-saw-a-stock-on-here-with-that-combo;-and-it-looked-really-nice.-I-hope-it-turns-out-nice-for-me.
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Old 03-07-2007, 08:05 PM
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Re: My .300 RUM

come on 11B2CV. with pics comes spec list.
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Old 03-08-2007, 12:01 AM
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Re: Long range hunting picture thread. please post pics.

http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u...ForDivorce.jpg

My 30-378 Weatherby Accumark. Im shooting factory 180g loads. How fast is this factory load really going? Weatherby says around 3450fps I think. If I load it, still on this 26" barrel, can I get them faster?

Also, how come alot of you guys dont like Weatherby??
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Old 03-08-2007, 08:46 AM
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Re: Long range hunting picture thread. please post pics.

Mxbubs

Click on "Image" not "URL"
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Old 03-09-2007, 12:06 AM
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Re: My .300 RUM

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come on 11B2CV. with pics comes spec list.

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Allright...8)

Started life as a .300 RUM Sendero, but I had Bill Sturevant (SP, I know him as Bill ) in Pueblo CO rebarrel it with a Hart SS with a 1/9 twist and his "Superbrake", bed and trigger job. I just had it done, so no rounds down the tube yet. Scope is Zeiss 6x26 Divari MD, and yes, the clicks are centimeters. Not hard to convert cm's to mils. IMO, it's easier than MOA. While I like NF (have one on my 7RM PSS), it is hard to beat a Zeiss in clarity, and I need all the help I can at 1000. I'm no expert like alot of you guys!
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