Lane Precision Rifle

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Rick Richard, Aug 9, 2014.

  1. Rick Richard

    Rick Richard Well-Known Member

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    Look what came in the mail?

    My new custom Lane Precision Rifle

    300 WM
    Proof Research barrel (carbon wrapped)
    Jewell trigger
    McMillan Rifleman stock
    Defiance action
    Custom bottom stuff

    Let me say that the fit and finish is beyond my expectation. Also, Dallas is one heck of a guy to work with. Answered all my questions and guided me in the right direction. He returned emails, text messages and phone calls quicker than expected.

    Now how does she shoot? The supplied target has 3 shots at 100 in the .3s. I am no shooter like Dallas, but can get it in the .4s. I think with a little more work I can get it there also.

    Will work up some loads this week and see how she does further out and I will post some follow up results.

    Did I mention how excited and pleased I am!

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  2. Rick Richard

    Rick Richard Well-Known Member

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    Sorry, wrong place.
     

  3. mountainman56

    mountainman56 Well-Known Member

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    That is a fine looking rifle! Congratulations!
     
  4. marioq

    marioq Well-Known Member

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    You have his contact info???? Also, let us know how it shoots in your hands!!!!!
     
  5. Rick Richard

    Rick Richard Well-Known Member

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    His contact information can easily be found on the net. It is Lane Precision Rifles. He also has a Facebook site. Check it out.
     
  6. EBOLAVIRS

    EBOLAVIRS Well-Known Member

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    How long did it take for him to get it to you start to finish?
     
  7. Rick Richard

    Rick Richard Well-Known Member

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    It took him somewhere around 3 to 4 months to complete..