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Unread 08-16-2006, 05:06 AM
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Re: Stiller Precision

I belive they all have the sako type now. the first run did have the remington extractors but that was upgraded.


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    I have one at Speedy's being built right now in 6mm x 284 for a varmint ranch rifle. I can tell you that I will not ever build another on a 700. I even see people competing at matches with them now and with the new 20 MOA base being built in as an option--even more people will like them.

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    20MOA base "built in" as in integral? You sure about that?

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    No you are correct---I was thinking about the Viper! I have the rings and bases already for my Predator—I call it “brain gas”!!!
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