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My new A2 Bell & Carlson

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Unread 05-28-2010, 09:47 PM
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Re: My new A2 Bell & Carlson

So I shouldn't be complaining ant this is how they all are out the box? Well just another reason to get that Devcon 10110 and get it right... Thing is I was getting 0.7" at 200 before this replacement from the original SPS Remington stock which I sort of bedded so barrel would free-float... by the way here is 300 yard group I shot from it today

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    Unread 05-28-2010, 10:04 PM
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    Re: My new A2 Bell & Carlson

    Oh well it cost you two hundred dollars to have a more comfortable stock. I'll bet it will fit better in field shooting conditions than the factory stock anyway, and that is when it will pay off.
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    Re: My new A2 Bell & Carlson

    where did the fifth bullet hole go?
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    Unread 05-28-2010, 11:48 PM
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    Re: My new A2 Bell & Carlson

    Guys, correct me if I'm wrong. If thats 0.7" at 200 yards then that gun would have been shooting 0.35 MOA. Now at 300 yrds its shooting 1.1116 which should be at 0.37 MOA. I don't get it, wheres the problem? What am I not seeing here?
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    Unread 05-29-2010, 05:54 AM
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    The fifth bullet probably hit the same hole on the right, couldn't find any other poi, why I asked, well I never had B&C stock and I was curious if this is normal what I have, the air bubbles voids and cracks...

    but if comparing here is what I had before B&C A2 stock this was shot at 100 yards



    this what I have now same RE-17 load


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    Unread 05-30-2010, 09:25 AM
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    Re: My new A2 Bell & Carlson

    I think in this picture I got better focus on the problem I might have... Is this normal for the stock such B&C A2?


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    Unread 05-30-2010, 02:18 PM
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    Re: My new A2 Bell & Carlson

    Well it sure shoots, but thats pretty ugly. B&C might do something for you. That looks pretty much like a stock I pulled off a factory remington, I think it was the XCR LRT if I rememeber right. All the flashing over the swivel holes, and rough casting along the bedding block looked similar but thats a pretty big gap infront of the recoil lug.

    It could easily be fixed up with some devcon, but I would wait and see if they will replace it first. Either way thats some pretty nice shooting.
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