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Unread 02-15-2007, 01:41 PM
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my tools of the trade



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Bansner UR-1 7mm STW, lilja #5 1/9 fluted, w/brake, high tech specialties sporter stock in jade/black, leupold mounts w/6.5x20 tleupold
rem 700 LH rebarreled by Ray Romain, chambered in 6.5 Gibbs, Kreiger senduro 1/8 fluted 29.5", Joel Russo A5L, seekins precision 20 MOA base, burris XTR rings w/ leupold 6.5x20x50 mk4, M1 TMR
Rem 700 built by Kirby, 30" #8 lilja 1/9 fluted w/Holland brake, badger ord. extractor and recoil lug, HSP DBM, Richards 2.5" varmint thumbhole, chambered in 7mm Allen Mag, up top is weaver GS bases IOR rings w/ XOTIC 4x16x56 USS
A factory RRA EOP 1/8 24" varminter chambered in 223 wylde, with a leupold 6x18T
I know y'all allready saw these but was just bored!
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    Unread 02-15-2007, 03:09 PM
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    Re: my tools of the trade

    Very nice arsenal you got there! What the hell is a 223 wylde???
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    Nice! I see you have the bolts on the correct side of the receiver. What is with the right side eject of the AR?
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    Re: my tools of the trade

    25/06, developed by a man named Bill Wylde, it is basicly a match 5.56x45 length lead, other than that is the same as a 223 rem.
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    shooter, I have a bunch of AR's, I have no problem with right side ejection, even my high intensity chamberings like the 458 SOCOM and 25 WSSM, never been hit by a brass yet. Even own a couple of custom mini's a 223 and a 6mm PPC, they haven't hit me either, and they'd hurt ya if they did.
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    Love that A5L. Might have to get me one of those some day!!
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    Nice group of rifles, can cover pretty much anything with that group.

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