Shooter & riflesmith in Central WA St.

Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by Mesarifle, Apr 25, 2011.

  1. Mesarifle

    Mesarifle Member

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    Howdy. Great forum; interesting reading. I'm a long-time shooter (started in about 1964, best as I kin 'member, sonneee.... or was it 1864.....). Been building custom rifles since my first commercial one in 1988, and am also a competitive (well, sort of.... if'n I could only see the danged target...) in BPCR with my repro C. Sharps and Browning High Walls, both in 45-90. Also shoot 6.5-06 Ackley and have my own wildcat, a 370 MRW (.366 on a WSM case, but with an OaL of 3.2", not limited to 2.85" like all the other WSMs).

    Interested in accurate rifles, but am also getting into M14/M1As, which are very complex and hard to get to shoot right, apparently. Hey; I needed a new all-consuming passion @ my age (63.5 and not holding....).

    Lookin' forward to getting to know you folks!
     
  2. fj40mojo

    fj40mojo Well-Known Member

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    Welcome
    Where in Central WA? I've got family in Wenatchee, Rock Island, Quincy that may be interested in your services.
     

  3. ss7mm

    ss7mm Writers Guild

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    Welcome to LongRangeHunting. You're in Ellensburg aren't you?
     
  4. jrw1976

    jrw1976 Well-Known Member

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    Welcome it is nice to know that we actually have a smith in our neck of the woods that is also interested in the longrange stuff.

    welcome, jason
     
  5. Mesarifle

    Mesarifle Member

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    Yep: Mesa RifleWorks, E-Burg. In the book, or PM me. I don't want to be seen as advertising here!

    (V. excited about this Thursday though: my new Springfield M1A NatMatch is arriving. Then off to teh desert, after I figure it all out!).