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Len's New APS, 6.5WSM XP-100

 
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Old 11-06-2007, 08:13 PM
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Hey Len,
I just noticed "APS custom brake."
I wasn't aware Kirby was making his own brakes now.
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Tom, yes, I hope so.
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Old 11-07-2007, 12:06 AM
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Len,

Glad to hear she is behaving for you. If your still learning to shoot the XP, I think your off to a very good start!!!

XP,

I make my own brake for the large diameter barrels. Generally, any muzzle diameter of 1" or smaller I will use other makers brakes mainly Shawns Defensive Edge brakes or the Holland QD brakes.

For barrels with muzzles larger then 1" I custom machine each brake. ALso for my big 338 AM rifles, I machine all my 5 port slab brakes for those rifles just because they are more efficent then any mass produced brake out there.

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XP,
I make my own brake for the large diameter barrels. Generally, any muzzle diameter of 1" or smaller I will use other makers brakes mainly Shawns Defensive Edge brakes or the Holland QD brakes.
For barrels with muzzles larger then 1" I custom machine each brake. ALso for my big 338 AM rifles, I machine all my 5 port slab brakes for those rifles just because they are more efficent then any mass produced brake out there.
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Kirby,
That is nice to know. Question: Would one of your 5 port slab's work better than the Holland's or Shawn's on smaller diameter barrels in a WSM class case on up?
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Old 11-08-2007, 12:14 AM
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Maybe a bit better then the Holland but not by much. No better then the DE 4 port. The reason is because there is just not enough gas volume to make 5 ports work any better then 4 ports.

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Old 11-08-2007, 01:57 AM
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Understood--Just didn't want to miss something that would allow me to spot my own shots with "Puff."
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Old 11-13-2007, 07:28 PM
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6.5 wsm

Len what height scope rings did you use with thw night force 3.5 x 15.
I sent a email to kirby on building a 300 wsm for me and I have a 3.5 x 15 I want to use on it.
Also what Moa base did you use from Near

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