The Leopard is ready to pounce

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by Ernie, Sep 20, 2010.

  1. Ernie

    Ernie <strong>SPONSOR</strong>

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  2. kiwi3006

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    Very nice, that is crazy fluting on the barrel!

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  3. buzzgun

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    Hey Ernie

    Leopards have spots, not stripes!
     
  4. Ernie

    Ernie <strong>SPONSOR</strong>

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    buzzgun,
    You are a sharp cookie:D
    The real reason I call it the Leopard is because is is chambered in the 6.5 Leopard (I use Norma 270 WSM brass and neck it down to 6.5).:)

    Chuck McIntosh of Mac’s Gunwork’s did all the work (307-689-2796) except fluting the barrel. BAT action, Jewell trigger, Krieger 1-8 twist barrel, Mac brake, McRee pistol aluminum stock, Camo cerakote by Chuck.

    Holland scope level.
    H-1000, Fed 210M’s, 130 Bergers @ 3085 fps.
    Shot this rig out to 1200 yards confirming drops-Shoots real nice!
     
  5. Ernie

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    I forgot who, but someone asked what Chuck charges for this type of camo work.
    Cost is $250 and if you want a camo job like mine. The large camo is $200.