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Old 06-10-2013, 11:52 AM
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That's some pretty good shooting. Out of curiosity, what is your load data?
Sorry, didn't see your post...

95 gr SMK (I think they're .010" off the lands), 39 gr H4350, Wolf Small Rifle Magnum Primer, 3100 fps
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Re: Let's see your Varmit rifles !

Nice setup with the savage coyotekiller
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Nice setup with the savage coyotekiller
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My new rig!!! Just came out the smith´s shop.
Rem 700 .308 win
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Old 06-18-2013, 05:01 PM
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Re: Let's see your Varmit rifles !

Here are a couple of pics of my .22BR

It started life as a 22-250 AI when i built it in 2007 but i got bored of my dallience with speed and hankered for more accuracy so towards the end of 2011 i decided to re-barrel in somethnig more accurate.

Action is an early single shot Stiller Predator mated to a 24" HV contour PacNor supermatch barrel chambered .22BR Norma .253" Neck with threaded muzzle and invisible thread cap.
Trigger is a Rifle Basix item factory set at 12oz
This is all pillar bedded into a Mcmillan Winchester Marksman stock finished in olive drab Krylon.
Scope is a Sightron SIII 8-32x56 target dot mounted on a Third Eye Tactical Picatinney base with Burris Signature Zee rings.

Ian.
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Ian - that is a really nice rifle. Seeing that you're from England though, has me wondering...where's the can?
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