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Old 04-06-2010, 09:44 AM
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MCR 7mm WSM

I just finished up member JMason's 7mm WSM yesterday. Everything came out great and John was very patient. But here's the breakdown.

Winchester model 70 WSSM action blueprinted and a single shot follower added.
Teardrop bolt knob blended into handle
Spiral fluted bolt
Action and bolt flutes Duracoated matte black
Kreiger barrel 1-9 twist #17 contour with a 3 port Muscle Brake
Timney trigger
Russo A5 / A3 stock with adjustable cheek piece and decelorator pad
Pillar bedded and automotive clear coat from MCR
Ken Farrel 20 moa base and rings
Sightron 8-32 x 56 with a fine cross hair reticle by Bill Ackerman
ACI and spirit level

I'll let John show the proof of the pudding once he takes possession of it.

Hope you all enjoy !!







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Old 04-06-2010, 11:16 AM
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Re: MCR 7mm WSM

No excuses now Mr. Mason...this is a damn fine stick

Good job Mr. Wizard
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Old 04-06-2010, 11:44 AM
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Re: MCR 7mm WSM

I had a long winded visit with John a couple of months ago, face to face no less. My brothers and sister thought we were nuts.

Great lookin' rig. There won't be a safe piece of paper, chuck, bear or deer in that neck of the woods. (If I shoot it, will you go get it )

Slight hijack- is an A5 Joel's or McMillan shoot-able from either side.
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Old 04-06-2010, 12:35 PM
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Re: MCR 7mm WSM

You could shoot it lefty but you wouldn't have the same grip. I'm not positive if you can get them in left handed or not.
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Old 04-06-2010, 07:24 PM
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Re: MCR 7mm WSM

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I had a long winded visit with John a couple of months ago, face to face no less. My brothers and sister thought we were nuts.

Great lookin' rig. There won't be a safe piece of paper, chuck, bear or deer in that neck of the woods. (If I shoot it, will you go get it )

Slight hijack- is an A5 Joel's or McMillan shoot-able from either side.
yes, on mine the grip is the same both sides and no cast-off, just the cheekpiece adjustment is one sided.
7wsm gets a makeover
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Old 04-06-2010, 07:41 PM
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Re: MCR 7mm WSM

Kevin,
Very nice build.
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Old 04-06-2010, 09:21 PM
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yes, on mine the grip is the same both sides and no cast-off, just the cheekpiece adjustment is one sided.
7wsm gets a makeover
loaders_loft,

Yep, if your's is standard design it'll do. Thanks for the pic.

The reason I ask is that I have a build coming and I've not seen any of the parts. I picked up all of the major parts and pieces from completely unknown people. But that are all from here. And all the parts made it to the rifle smith.
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