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Orwapitihunter Gunsmith

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Unread 07-01-2012, 10:08 AM
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Orwapitihunter Gunsmith

Mike I just wanted to say thanks for the 6.5x284 you built. He orginally worked up the load. I am the second owner as I took this gun in trade . The first group I shot was in the low 2's at 100yds. It's shoots with the big 7's, 30cal's and even the big 338's out to 1250 yds. As far as the shoot off yesterday for the money, I was fine not taking all the money again! Also he stayed up all night to finish a 338 Edge so the guy could at least shoot a little. Again thanks Mike for all your help. Looking forward having you build another gun. Thanks Todd
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Unread 07-01-2012, 02:55 PM
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Re: Orwapitihunter Gunsmith

I appreciate the kind words. Even though it stings a bit to lose the "money shoot", I don't mind the loss as much when it is to a good guy and friend such as yourself.
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