Rifle Pics

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by SpencerSS, May 6, 2011.

  1. SpencerSS

    SpencerSS Well-Known Member

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    These are some of my rifles:

    Rem 700 SA, 284win, McM Rem Classic
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    The Bottom one: Rem 700 SA, 243AI, I think an HS Per Stock. I've switched the optics on these two, better match.
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    Rem 700 SA, 300-221(Whisper), McM Adj HTG, Leupold Mk4 2.5-8X36 M1 TMR, Liberty Suppressors Black Raven II, 220SMK @1080fps and quiter than a BB gun.
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  2. SpencerSS

    SpencerSS Well-Known Member

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    Feel free to post some of your's.


    Sorry sbout the short specs, I'm doing it from memory and can't remember enough to tell stuff like barrel contours and total weights.
     

  3. birdrl

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    Very nice, thanks for sharing.
    I have been looking at a .223AI build.
     
  4. liltank

    liltank Well-Known Member

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    Do you use the suppressed rifle for hunting or pleasure plinking? Pest control?

    Tank
     
  5. RDM416

    RDM416 Well-Known Member

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    Good looking rifles! I like the paint job on the 284win........pretty cool.
     
  6. Capt Academy

    Capt Academy Well-Known Member

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    Nice looking rifles!
     
  7. trout-n-salmon

    trout-n-salmon Well-Known Member

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    birdrl-
    There is/was a 223AI sitting on the Cabela's (lacey)used gun rack two days ago. Pretty good looking rifle.
     
  8. joseph

    joseph Well-Known Member

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    Here is my Savage with Stockade Prairie Dog Special / Tactical stock with Savage Target Duel Port & Target Accu-trigger set at 18 oz. A 26" Brux 1 in 8" twist 6mm Norma BR. shooting Berger 105 gr, VLDs. CCI BR4 primers + Varget. On top is a 20 MOA EGW rail and on top of that is a Vortex 6-24x50mm PST FFP MOA scope with a Vortex custom Turret. Bolt handle is made by Stockade with their lift kit. The bolt was fluted by Sharp Shooter Supply. :)

    joseph
     

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  9. sambo3006

    sambo3006 Well-Known Member

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    I like the blue flutes!
     
  10. SpencerSS

    SpencerSS Well-Known Member

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    Just for fun right now. Louisiana has a bill working it's way through the system that will allow Suppressors for nongame quadrupeds and/or nuisance animals (pigs, coyotes, nutria...). Currently it is illegal to hunt anything here with a can on.
     
  11. liltank

    liltank Well-Known Member

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    Glad to see it going through. It will be interesting as long as it goes the way of the gun owners. PA allows them. I found that out from a local smith. He said they are legal as long as you have your permit w/ you. I want to get one really bad for an 18" .308 Win I have. That thing is really loud and concerned for my ears if I crack it off in the woods w/o hearing protection.

    Tank
     
  12. BenY 2013

    BenY 2013 Well-Known Member

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    Awesome rifles:D
     
  13. ishootkittens

    ishootkittens Well-Known Member

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    silencers=pointless..
     
  14. liltank

    liltank Well-Known Member

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    No, they are quiet practical. At my age, anytime I can protect my hearing I take advantage of it. When doing short range PA woods hunting, most of the deer are running or not wasting time getting through the woods. I rely on my hearing to find deer. You don't have the luxury to put hearing protection on when doing that type of hunting. JMHO

    Tank