Originally Posted by sniperboy
Hi to all
Can anyone give me their views on the weatherby vanguard sub moa varmint rifle? Is it accurate and what i really want to know is, is the action a good enough to be placed on a custom built rifle. Do gun smiths like working on those actions?
well I am a weatherby addict but Mark V and not vanguard. If it were me I would not have a custom rifle
made with a vanguard action. I would choose a remington over a vanguard and I am not crazy about remingtons.
you can get a mark V 22-250 from impactguns a quite a reasonable price. I have tried to put the image and price here (here goes)
WEATHERBY MKV SUPER VARMINT MASTER 22-250
I am impressed it works. If 22-250 does not float your boat, get it re-chambered for the 22-250 Ackley Improved (shoot cost about 100 dollars). You would shoot 22-250 ammo in he rifle and when the cartridge is ejected, it will be the 22-250 AI. Easy to get dies and then reload your own. The above rifle is in fact very well made and uses a Krieger barrel as I recall and 26 inch.