Some of you may remember the Super Striker with a Shilen 6.5x284 barrel that I bought from SS308 last year
And again I would have to say thanks to Randy for selling me a great Striker. It was a wonderful SP as I purchased it. But, we all know that you can't stop evolution. It is a powerful force that is best left to continue on it's path without intervention. The first evolution that I noticed was the scope. It changed mysteriously from a Burris 3x12 pistol scope to a Nikon Monarch 6x24x50 rifle scope in a set of Signature Z-rings. And I was asking myself, "what more could an SP shooter ever want in a Striker?" Then I noticed a major change when a rear grip conversion appeared in the form of a Rifle Basix trigger set at just a few ounces and a beautiful new piece of wood from Neal Cooper (thank you sooo much Neal, it has been a pleasure to deal with you).
And I thought to myself, now sure it's beautiful craftsmanship, and really fits my hand like it was custom made just for me. But, would it be too much to hope for that this thing of beauty be capable of shooting as good as it looks? Well, I'll leave that up to you to decide for yourself.
This is my deer hunting load with 130 grain Barnes Triple Shocks. It should work.
I know many of you have many beautiful SP's, but to me the evolution that has taken place with this Striker has in my humble opinion created a true thing of beauty that I am very proud of and looking forward to enjoying for many years to come.