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Old 04-09-2008, 11:24 PM
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375 CHEY TAC by SSG pix

Here is a few pix of the .375 Chey TAC that I just finished up for John G.
Here are the specs.
Lawton 8000 with SSG bolt knob
40 MOA Lawton base
Lawton 33" barrel with SSG X-Treme "V" brake
coated matte black
Jewel trigger with bottom safety
Mcrees precision adjustable aluminum folding stock
I just put my IOR scope on it and ran three rounds through it and i must say...I'm addicted

First shot out of clean barrel was low(I most likely flinched expecting to get hammered, but was only barely bumped) second two shots were an inch above and touching each other.(All were at 100yds)
Conditions 20MPH wind from 9:00 and a slight mist. My gut feeling is that this rifle is going to be a shooter.
Enjoy the pixs and John, enjoy the rifle......................

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Old 04-09-2008, 11:26 PM
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Nice build. 1 mile shots should be a breeze with that rifle
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Nice stick Nate.

How effective is the brake?

How does the stock feel?
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Not to be mean but my first thought when I saw it was legos. Heh

Looks cool though, very different.

I don't think it would get lost in a pile of rifles.
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Very nice Nate.

That barrel looks awful familiar......;)

Looks like you loaded the Accubond, what's he going to do for boolets?
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