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Which SP on what game for 2007-2008 season?

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Unread 08-03-2007, 04:10 PM
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Twist rate Steve? 7 or 7.5?
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    I've got an interesting project going. I'm reworking my Savage Striker 243 WSSM. I'm gonna rebarrel to a 6-RSAUM, and as soon as i can get a Unertl BV-20 I'm gonna put it on top, for a long-range coyote sniper. The bullet itself got this all started-- the 117 gr. DTAC polymer tip with .6 BC. Whhhoeee--can't wait.
    Oh, and by the way, who is doing the rebarrel work?
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    Chunk will be doing it, since he's right around the corner. Don't know what TR to use. I'll need to call David Tubb to find out i guess.
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    ok this may be a silly question to some of you !!but what SP are out there other than the Encore something with a bolt style action as much as like the encore i would be interested in putting some like the xp 100 together

    thanks JIM
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    Unread 08-06-2007, 06:29 AM
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    A XP-100 7mm-08 with a 4-12 burris with ballistic plex cross hairs and useing the 130 gr. SPT sierra @ 2800 fps.
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    Unread 08-06-2007, 06:42 AM
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    A XP-100 7mm-08 with a 4-12 burris with ballistic plex cross hairs and useing the 130 gr. SPT sierra @ 2800 fps.
    opps i for got to say what i was going to use the XP on . White Tails and Mulies
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    Unread 08-06-2007, 09:35 AM
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    ok this may be a silly question to some of you !!but what SP are out there other than the Encore something with a bolt style action as much as like the encore i would be interested in putting some like the xp 100 together

    thanks JIM
    Jim,
    H-S Precision makes a bolt action SP (Total hand, and some other action companies make actions that are suitable for an XP style SP. One minor issue with buying a action other than a old style Xp action (single-shot dog-leg bolt handle) is that you will need to find a trigger linkage, which may need to be modified to fit.
    If you build it into a rear-grip configuration you can use a number of triggers. My personal preference is center-grip though.
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