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Unread 11-11-2009, 12:38 PM
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Rem XR-100 6BR

I finally finished my 6BR project! It's been a long time coming!
It started out as a Rem XR-100 22-250 that shot great but the barrel shot out faster than I would've liked. I'd been planning a 6mm-284 project for a long time and had a Robertson Masterclass 1000 BR stock kicking around that was un-inletted. I built a couple .272" nk 6BR's for some guys and they seemed to be getting excellent results from them so I decided to take my XR and turn it into a BR.
Here's the breakdown of the gun:
XR-100 action blueprinted and bolt sleeved, firing pin hole bushed
Gre-Tan firing pin
Shillen BR trigger
Pac-Nor supermatch heavy Palma 6mm 1:8 twist 3 groove chambered to 6mmBR norma with a Pacific .272nk, .104" FB reamer. Chambered by Rod Schram at Rocky Mountain Rifles/Corlane Sporting Goods, Dawson Creek B.C.
Tubb recoil lug
Robertson Composites MasterClass 1000BR stock pillar bedded with(3) modified Score-High micrometer adjustible pillars

now here's some gun porn









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    Unread 11-13-2009, 08:25 PM
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    Re: Rem XR-100 6BR

    thats awesome lookin! I love my 6br, the reamer i used was a .272" nk also. U should have tons of fun with it!
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    Unread 11-21-2009, 02:01 PM
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    Re: Rem XR-100 6BR

    Cool rig. How much does it weight?
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    Unread 11-24-2009, 10:40 AM
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    Re: Rem XR-100 6BR

    15.2lbs with scope, bases & rings. Once the weather clears, I hope to get out and shoot it a little, its been snowing to beat hell lately:P
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