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Unread 02-03-2013, 05:36 AM
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Re: Deadly Precision Gunsmithing

the speed ur getting on the .308 with the 185 berger seems awful fast.are u sure about that one because most .308's i've owned never came close to that with even a 175 smk.
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    Unread 02-03-2013, 07:05 AM
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    Re: Deadly Precision Gunsmithing

    28 inches of brux tube and Rl-17 will work wonders in the the .308 Win. Yes I am sure about the velocity we have put over 30 rounds over the chrono. Using the Shooter app my drops have been spot on out to 1k. We have no visible signs of pressure on the brass and primers look great. Ther are alot of guys pushing heavys with .308 and Rl-17. I have been working with the 210VLD but have not got as far as I would have liked with it so Im sticking with the 185s. I think first round hits at 1k prove the velocity is what the chrono says it is. Like I said in my earlier post Ill get some pics up of a 1k group fired from the rifle. I was unsure about the RL-17 myself you have to try if you want to know for sure.
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    Re: Deadly Precision Gunsmithing

    Just had a custom 300 Win Mag done by Lorenz. The rifle is stunning! When I went topick up the rifle he took me to a range and we shot it all the way out past a 1000 yards!, I would recommend to any one looking to build a custom rifle to Definitely talk to Lorenzo before purchasing anywhere else.

    Roger
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    Unread 06-10-2013, 11:51 AM
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    Re: Deadly Precision Gunsmithing

    sounds scary to me but good luck
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