Custom 375 Cheytac

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by huntclose, Jan 14, 2014.

  1. huntclose

    huntclose Member

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    Just getting this setup but am very happy with the results.

    Doyle Anglin - Dixie Guns .....Winder, Ga
    Jim Farley Rest....OKC

    375 Cheytac
    BAT Action
    Kreiger 32 inch barrel
    Dixie Gun custom Laminated stock
    Jewell Trigger
    AAC Cyclops Can


    Creedmoor is next to be done:D:D:D:D

    Woooohhhoooooo
     

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  2. biff's reloading

    biff's reloading Well-Known Member

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    Beautiful! I don't see many suppressors on here and always wondered why. A quiet muzzlebrake....seems obvious!
     

  3. huntclose

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    Couple of new things to get used to -

    1-Never shot on a rest like this either but its the cats ass.

    2- This one is realy quiet even in the 375 Cheytac round.

    :D:):D:):D:):D:)
     
  4. Rocky Mountain

    Rocky Mountain Well-Known Member

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    A work of art thanks for posting
     
  5. No Fear in Accuracy

    No Fear in Accuracy Well-Known Member

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    Nice to see you chose the laminated stock over McMillan A-5.

    Was it a hard choice to pick between them?

    How was the recoil? (after 10 shots)
     
  6. huntclose

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    I never really looked at anything else after looking into Dixe Guns custom laminate stocks.

    I have other McMillan A-5 stocks that shoot well but in this build the laminate stock was the way to go.

    Recoil is just a push on the shoulder as it rides this rest so well - Thanks to Jim Farley.

    I am very happy with this setup.
     
  7. Canadian Bushman

    Canadian Bushman Well-Known Member

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    That is a fine rifle!!!
     
  8. clemens

    clemens Well-Known Member

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    Love color of that stock
     
  9. 1 mile

    1 mile Well-Known Member

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    Yes I agree that a laminated wood is the smart choose for the 375 long range shooting. Do you have the weight of the gun ??? Have you been shooting the 375 for very long or just new to it.
    I've had a 375 CT for 10 years now and love it. I just re- barrel it 34" and changed the stock.
    How far are you going to shot it ??? I've shot mind at 1800 yards at a 20" steel plate and do very well most days.

    My goal is to try it out to 2 miles this year...gun)

    I like the Cutting Edges bullets real well....what twist barrel do you have ??? was it 10 ???

    Its just $$$
     
  10. huntclose

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    Yea this thing should shoot to at least 2500 I hope. Just setting up my new bench for this system now.

    good luck with yoursgun)gun)gun)