My .270 WSM Rem 700

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  1. marcuscrobinson

    marcuscrobinson Active Member

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    Just seeing if I can get this pic to work.

    Rem 700 .270 WSM
    HS Precision Stock
    Vortex HSLR 6-24x50 FFP

    Getting a Talley 20 MOA rail teflon painted to match and putting Burris XTR rings on it.

    Marcus
     

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  2. Timber338

    Timber338 Well-Known Member

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    Great looking rifle! What ammo do you use, and how does she shoot?
     

  3. marcuscrobinson

    marcuscrobinson Active Member

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    Thanks. It doesn't have a nice custom barrel or anything special done on it but I like it. Mostly factory Remington 700 with a little trigger work done and lugs lapped. Replaced the stock and had it teflon coated.

    I shoot 140 grain Berger VLDs with 64.3 grains of IMR 7828ssc behind it. It shoots pretty good, probably better than I can shoot it. Right before I took that picture I killed a 12" rock at 1024 yards.
     
  4. Timber338

    Timber338 Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like you've got one heck of a nice factory rifle if you're killing 12" rocks at 1000+ nice work.
     
  5. marcuscrobinson

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    I want to upgrade the barrel on it sometime but can't justify it right now. It shoots pretty good as it is.
     
  6. Timber338

    Timber338 Well-Known Member

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    All that matters is how the bullets fly out of the barrel. I'll take an accurate factory barrel any time. And a fancy custom barrel doesn't come with any guarantees.