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Unread 03-29-2012, 07:21 PM
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6.5 wsm

Been wanting to try one. I sold my 7/300 so needed to replace it. Went a little different on this one, not so big and heavy. Specs are

Rem trued action, PTG fluted bolt, PTG bolt handle tig welded on, PTG bolt knob.
Brux #5 straight fluted finished at 26 inches
McMillian A-3 in sand camo, adj cheek, adj lop, pillar bedded
K&G coated in flat earth tone tan
Jewel trigger
Rem Det Mag bottom metal
TPS rings with 20moa rail
6x24x50 Sightron with moa2 retical
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    Re: 6.5 wsm

    Ok bad ass rifle but Im a little more interested in this shooting table on the front of your machine
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    Thought some of you guys might like that. Its a Kobuta 4x4 atv. I added the bars and made the table. It works great. I use it for just about any kind of hunting,coyote,ground hog,and deer. Had a golf cart but the batteries limited my range. This is a much better deal. Shot steel targets from it at 1000yds. It is really solid. Dan
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    Re: 6.5 wsm

    I wish I had thought about this round before I ordered everything to build a 300WSM, a 6.5x284 wouldnt have anything on this. Very nice looking rifle.
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    Thought some of you guys might like that. Its a Kobuta 4x4 atv. I added the bars and made the table. It works great. I use it for just about any kind of hunting,coyote,ground hog,and deer. Had a golf cart but the batteries limited my range. This is a much better deal. Shot steel targets from it at 1000yds. It is really solid. Dan
    Cool I never thought of that, I have a ranger maybe I will start thinking about that one
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    Re: 6.5 wsm

    I really like this gun Dan. It may be one of your best yet!

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    Re: 6.5 wsm

    Nice! What are you shooting out of it?
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