Spartan Precision shop pics 3/22

Discussion in 'Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics' started by MarcS, Mar 22, 2013.

  1. MarcS

    MarcS Active Member

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    Here are some pics from work that we turned out this week.


    First one is a 7 SAUM built on a Stiller long action with Stiller 20 MOA canted base in a Manners MCS-T/A stock, Bartlein fluted #4 with 1/9 twist, R&D Precision brake and turned down blended cap for shooting without brake, factory Remington BDL floorplate/guard and Timney trigger.


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    Second is another similar style long action Stiller Tac 300 with Stiller 20 MOA canted base, chambered in .30-'06,Bartlein #6 with flutes and 1/10 twist, Manners MCS-T/A, Huber single stage trigger (not in at time of pic) and Badger Ordnance machined aluminum hinged floorplate. The stock was custom coated by my cerakote guy. Not sure if I can say his name because he isn't a sponsor?


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    This was a Remington based build. I trued the receiver then threaded a Bartlein #11 medium palma chambered in .308 with 1/11.25 twist, Badger oversized precision ground recoil lug, MacMillan HTG stock, Timney trigger and Newman Precision DBM/guard and Badger oversized bolt knob.


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  2. MarcS

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    This one was another trued Remington with a Badger oversized lug and Badger 20 MOA rail, McMillan A2 stock, Bartlein #14 with 1/11.25 twist chambered in .308, Jewell trigger, Newman Precision DBM/guard.


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    Here is a barrel job just about to come out of the lathe and get turned around for the muzzle work


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  3. Scot E

    Scot E Well-Known Member

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    Been following the hide build. Very nice looking rifles. If they shoot as good as they look you are onto something.

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  4. Joel Russo

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    Very nice Marc.
     
  5. MarcS

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    Thanks guys.

    Scot accuracy is most important and that's what I've built my reputation on. I go to great lengths to make sure the fit and finish are as perfect as possible because it's a custom rifle and that's how it should be but if it doesn't shoot I won't even let the customer have it. If you surf the 'Hide you probably know that but not too many guys on this forum know that yet :)

    Marc
     
  6. Scot E

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    Ya, I re-read my post and didn't word that quite like I wanted. The "if" made it sound like I didn't know about your accuracy and I have seen proof pics on the hide. :D

    I was trying to say that the rifles are extraordinarily beautiful and if the accuracy follows they will be quite a combo.

    Wish I could have gotten in on that build. Maybe next time.

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  7. MarcS

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    I knew what you meant Scot and thanks for the compliment

    Marc