New member and his guns

Discussion in 'Gun Photos' started by Longshot38, May 3, 2008.

  1. Longshot38

    Longshot38 Well-Known Member

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    Guys I'm the new guy on the block and figured since I post an introduction I would post some pics also to complete it. These are my two long range rigs currently (a third is on the way to complete the trio):

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    The black rifle is a custom Remington 700 in 300 weatherby mag built by LOSOK custom arms and the green one is a custom 7mm Remington Magnum that the metal work was done by Pac-Nor and I completed.
     
  2. ARPredatorHunters

    ARPredatorHunters Well-Known Member

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    Welcome aboard. Good looking sticks you got.
     

  3. browningvarmintwssm

    browningvarmintwssm Active Member

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    great looking pair! how do you like the stock on the 300?
     
  4. Longshot38

    Longshot38 Well-Known Member

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    I love the Bell and Carlson on the 300. The grip on it is much more comfortable then that of a mcmillian and the forend is desined to provide a nice stable platform that is comfortable and easy to grip when shooting off hand.
     
  5. wildcat

    wildcat Well-Known Member

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    Nice looking rigs. Bell&Carlson make some pretty good looking stocks. Welcome aboard.

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  6. Capt Academy

    Capt Academy Well-Known Member

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    Welcome, those are both fine looking rifles you have there. How do they shoot?
     
  7. Longshot38

    Longshot38 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks! Both are real shooters. Both will hold 1/4 moa all day if you do your part. And the longest shot I've made to date came from the 300 (1226 yards, and it was to a steel plate and not game). My only complaint with them is the recoil; the 7mm isn't bad due to it being about 20lbs. However the 300 is lighter coming in around 15 lbs. Thus it punishes your shoulder a bit, but that problem is being solved with the addition of a suppressor.