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just finished a sweet rifle..with pix

Just finished this one for a friend and he asked me to post some pix.
here are the specs.
Phoenix machine receiver
PTG bolt tigged on handle, coned bolt face
Brux 8.6 twist 28" Palma contour with interrupted fluting by Brux.
"V" port muzzle brake by SSG
Seekins 20MOA base
Nightforce rings and defense Edge cosign/anti-cant.
NightForce 5.5-22x56 NPR2
Jewel trigger set @1lb.
Pillar and epoxy bed
McMillan A5, fully adjustable black and white.
accelerated firing pin by PTG
chambered in 7MMWSM with 200 free bore
Ran a few test rounds through her tonight...I think she's gonna be a tack driver. Put three shots under 1/4" center to center. with the 4th shot being a flier that opened it up to a 1/2". I had a headache and my pulse was bad tonight so it was moving me pretty bad. Hope you enjoy.

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    I've said it before, and I'll tell anyone who asks, you really don't do bad work for a little handycapped kid!!

    She's a looker.

    Only guy I know who feels it's necessary to offer an explanation for the sorry 1/2 minute group!

    Shot without a rear bag in a seven mph wind I'll bet.
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    Whachootalkinbout, whachooosay?
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    Is it wrong to want a framed picture of your rifle next to the family portrait? Nate you out did yourself.



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    SSSSSSSwwwwwwwweeeeeeeeeettttttttttttt!!!!!!!!
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    Nice. I am really like those pheonix actions.
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    Great looking rifle. I like how the recoil lug is tied into the rail, and those staggered fluted barrels are awesome.
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