Have full custom rifle
Short list of parts:
Borden Alpine receiver
20 moa rail base
Lilja SS, fluted barrel, 1-9, 4 groove
McMillan stock, OD green, Black and tan
Wyatts extended mag box
Flat black coating on all metal surfaces (coating by Straight Shot Gunsmithing)
I bought the rifle off of Kirby ALLEN about six months ago and really have not used it...
Below is Kirby's original for sale post when I purchased the rifle. I put about 40 rounds through it and broke the barrel in according to Lija barrel specifations.
Kirby's Post when I bought it off of him:
"Only shots fired are by me accuracy testing . I shot the rifle last week in extreme winds and did not get much accuracy testing done. I was shooting the 140 gr Accubond and the rifle did shoot pretty well, 1/2 to 3/4 moa even in 25 mph variable winds."
This morning I went out and set up in much better shooting conditions. At 740 yards I tested the 154 gr Hornady Interbond over 47.0 gr H-414 and lit with a CCI-200 primer. OAL of 2.910". SHot very well, right at 1/2 moa. Remember this is a brand new rifle, pre barrel break in, first loads I put through the rifle and its a light rifle, bare rifle weight is just shy of 7 lbs.
Anyway, here are some pics.
Scope, rings and bipod not included.
Took a few shots to get on target but then I shot three shots after letting the barrel cool for group size. CTC, these three shots landed in 3.3" at 740 yards. The impact points are pretty easy to see but just to clarify, one it at the base of the round, the other at the tip and the third just to the left of the body of the cartridge. Again, this is pre barrel break in and first load put in the rifle with the 154 gr Interbond bullet.
Had two test rounds left so targeted a rock at 765 yards. CTC, these two landed right at 3.5" apart.
RIFLE shoots below half inch groups at 100 and sub moa at 200.....
THis is aworld class light weight packing rifle.
ASKING 2500.00 I also have currently mounted on the rifle a Leupold 3.5-10x50 VX L on it will sel package for $3000.00 (which is not the scope in the picture)