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View Poll Results: Your Next Big Game Rifle Will Be In Which Cartridge?
6.5/284 1,026 18.92%
7WSM 514 9.48%
7RUM 239 4.41%
7AM 107 1.97%
300WM 916 16.89%
300WSM 576 10.62%
300RUM 467 8.61%
338RUM 261 4.81%
338LAP 727 13.41%
338EDGE 590 10.88%
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Your Next Rifle Will Be In Which Cartridge

 
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Old 08-03-2011, 07:07 PM
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Old 08-14-2011, 09:18 AM
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6.5 creedmoor on a m70 featherweight.
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Old 08-18-2011, 11:11 PM
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Re: Your Next Rifle Will Be In Which Cartridge

My Next Rifle And Only Custom Rifle Per Say Is A 6.5X 284 Norma.

Corlanes in Dawson Creek BC Canada Is Building It For Me
Im Not Real Good At This Forum Stuff But HAve A Couple Questions.
The Action Is A Defiance Long
The Barrel Is A # 5 Sporter 5R 1/8 By Krieger 28" Free Floated W FTE Break.
The Trigger Is A Jewel Set At 3/4 Pound
And The Stock Is Pillar Bedded. It Is A Hs Precision Thumbhole
And Topped It Off With A 5.5-22x56mm NF NP R1 W/ Zero Stop.'
I Am wondering What To Put for a Rail on the Action I was Told You Could Only Use Custom Ones Built B y Defiance Is This True. Or Should I Just Go With Talley Scope Rings W ith Built In Bases.
Thanks For Any Input.
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Old 08-19-2011, 12:10 AM
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Re: Your Next Rifle Will Be In Which Cartridge

Born2hunt,

If the defiance action is a take off of the Remington 700 long action there shouldn't be a problem. The NF rail should work also. The action should be drilled and tapped for 8x40 mounting screws.

On another note I just order a 6.5 grendel 24" barrel and upper reciever for my next AR build. I hope to recieve it in the next 8-9 weeks.

Gonzo
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Old 08-19-2011, 02:26 AM
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Re: Your Next Rifle Will Be In Which Cartridge

I was told I need 20deg rail but went with the Talley because they're light ansd strong and haven't had a problem
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Old 08-19-2011, 04:08 PM
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Re: Your Next Rifle Will Be In Which Cartridge

Thanks For The Input GonzoK34 I Just talked to me Gunsmith and he said the same thing. I Am Going With A defiance Long Action 20 MOA Tapered Base And Night Force medium Rings. Thanks Again.
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Old 08-19-2011, 07:22 PM
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Re: Your Next Rifle Will Be In Which Cartridge

With the 6.5 x 284 Norma and 20 MOA angled base mount you'll be able to reach out quite a distance without using up your scopes minutes of elevation. This permits you to dial up on long distance targets.

Good Luck.

"Shoot at air, you kill air" vs "Range it, Dial it, Kill It"

That's what I learned in the U. S> Marine Corps.

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