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Unread 01-06-2014, 05:28 PM
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Re: Let's see your Varmit rifles !

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I almost replaced the synthetic stock just because I wasn't crazy about it at first but I'm starting to like it now.
If you buy the stock I have for your rifle, you would immediately LOVE IT
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    Haha I'm sure I would but saving the rest of my money for the long range build I'm working on. BTW your bedding job looks identical to mine except I don't bed the whole length of the action, just the tang, recoil lug, and about 1.5inches of the barrel. Thr rest of the action and barrel I free float. This method saves on bedding and works exceptionally well.
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    Re: Let's see your Varmit rifles !

    My 6-284 groundhog rifle.
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    My 6-284 groundhog rifle.
    Sweet rifle man!
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    My 6-284 groundhog rifle.
    Nice rifle what action Rem? What are the loads you use.
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    Re: Let's see your Varmit rifles !

    Thanks, Remington 700 long with glued in ramp. Win brass, fed match primers, 55 gr R22, 90 gr Bergers @ 3625
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    Thanks, Remington 700 long with glued in ramp. Win brass, fed match primers, 55 gr R22, 90 gr Bergers @ 3625
    I use my 264 WM Rem 721 with 30" Shilen barrel 1 in 8 twist. 85 gr sierra HP, 95gr Hornady Vmax, 100 gr sierra HP and 100 gr ballistic tip all with 72 gr H4831.
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