Rifles

Discussion in 'Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics' started by Hognuts, Aug 29, 2014.

  1. Hognuts

    Hognuts Well-Known Member

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    Here are a few of my toys:

    6.5 Creedmoor, 26" varmint contour Benchmark Barrel with Ross Schuler brake, McRee Chassis, Jewel Trigger, Atlas Bi-pod, USO 5x25x58 with RDP-MOA reticle, 20 MOA Stiller base on a Stiller TAC 30 A/W action, USO rings.

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    375 Cheytac, Stiller TAC 408 action, 30" Benchmark 1.250" no contour with Ross Schuler brake, spiral fluted, jewel trigger, McRee Chassis, Atlas Bi-pod, Barrett 40 MOA rings on a Stiller 20 MOA base, NF 8x32x56 scope with NP-R1 reticle.
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    6.5 SAUM, Remmington 700 action, (built on a Long action) bolt has SAKO extractor, custom bolt knob, Benchmark 24" barrel, Elite Iron suppressor (from their custom shop chambered for 6.5) McRee Chassis, Jewel Trigger, Atlas Bi-pod, NF 20 MOA base, Barrett rings, USO 3.2x17x44 scope with MOA scale reticle.

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    Barrett model 99 50 BMG, fluted 29" barrel, 3 port Barrett brake
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    DPMS Artic Panther AR-15 (in this picture sporting my USO 3.2x17x44 with D-930 Clip-on gen 3 NV rig with DBAL-D2 illuminator) sitting next to my helmet rig with PVS-14 and Torch illuminator....very potent coyote set up!
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    Yes, it IS a sickness and I really don't think there is any cure!
     
  2. mountainman56

    mountainman56 Well-Known Member

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    Very impressive collection!gun)
     

  3. FEENIX

    FEENIX Well-Known Member

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  4. Hognuts

    Hognuts Well-Known Member

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    Well let's put it this way I ordered 2 brakes when I ordered them (from Ross) I ordered 2 - three ports, one for a 7 SAUM build for a buddy, and one for the Cheytac, when the brake arrived for the Cheytac it had 5 ports, I figured the man knows his craft better than I and figured the 5 port would work better in my application. (I think it's someone who shares a site with him that does the 4 and 5 port brakes). :):D
     
  5. 300whisper

    300whisper Well-Known Member

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    Wow, Thanks for sharing!
     
  6. FEENIX

    FEENIX Well-Known Member

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    OK, now that makes sense. Nathan (idahoctd) and Ross are good friends and has a link to Ross' website on www.muzzlebrakesandmore.com
     
  7. Engineering101

    Engineering101 Well-Known Member

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    Hognuts

    Very cool gear. It must be nice knowing that should you need a new house all you need to do is sell a few rifles and you could pay cash!
     
  8. Mateo

    Mateo Well-Known Member

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    Love the 6.5 saum
     
  9. Hognuts

    Hognuts Well-Known Member

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    Lol, that has been embezzled over a long period of time past the forensic accountant! (Otherwise known as the wife). :)
     
  10. Hognuts

    Hognuts Well-Known Member

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    That thing is a hammer now that I found a load it likes.

    130 grain Bergers , .063" off the lands, 63 grains of H-1000

    It only took about. 800 rounds to find that sweet spot! :)