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New guy waving from virginia....hello guys!

 
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Old 02-01-2013, 09:38 PM
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Join Date: Feb 2013
Location: Lynchburg va
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New guy waving from virginia....hello guys!

Hello to all!!

I am in the process of trying my first real BR build. I have been around Br
For years and i finally decided i want to build my own. Im thinkin a 6br will
Be my first build. I would love for some of u guys to give me some pointers
Or some "what not to do's" thanks and i look foreward to meeting you fellows!!
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Old 02-01-2013, 10:29 PM
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Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Falls Church, VA
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Re: New guy waving from virginia....hello guys!

Welcome to LRH. Be ready for a bunch of money to start leaking out of your wallet!

As for tips and advice, tell us a little bit more about the rifle you want to build. What do you already have? what's your budget? will it be BR exclusively or might it have another role?
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Old 02-01-2013, 11:55 PM
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Join Date: Feb 2013
Location: Lynchburg va
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Re: New guy waving from virginia....hello guys!

Hello trebark!

Im wanting to build a very acurate rifle and not strictly for Br shooting.
I have a few remington 700 rifles and im thinking of using the action off one
Of them for my build. I also have a 6mm ppc barrel that i picked up some time
Ago. I have done rite much shooting at 3 an 4 hundred yards but id like to have
A rifle that can produce good groups at 600 plus yards and from what iv read the ppc
Is more of a 200 yd gun. From the looks of the cartridges i should be able to rechamber
The ppc to a 6br...do u know if that is correct? I know this can get costly and i do not
Mind spending the money on quality parts but for my first build i think im gona go with what i have here at my despence just to see how it turnes out.
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