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xp100 info requested

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Unread 04-10-2009, 12:50 PM
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Re: xp100 info requested

Here's another who appreciates the XP. I have two of them and have really enjoyed shooting them. they both shoot better than I do. One is .223 and the other (My hunting is 7BR. I have killed 4 of my last 5 mule deer with the 7BR and they were all 1 shot kills at more than 100 yards. I used a rest for the shots as I am not that good off hand. Both guns have Herrett's rear hold stocks and RifleBasix triggers. I have a TC super 14 in .30 Herrett which I have retired and a Savage Striker in .223 with RifleBasix trigger. It also is a very fine gun but the stock needs some work. I'd like to make a laminated wood rear hold stock to go with the RifleBasix SAV-1 trigger or maybe the SAV-2 even. I also have a Lone Eagle in .223 and have shot it some but not a lot. It seems that I always go back to the XPs whenever I get serious. Wish they still made it.
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