Axial Precision Rifles.

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by the hunter, Aug 8, 2018.

  1. the hunter

    the hunter Well-Known Member

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  2. the hunter

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    No one!
     
  3. Country Bumpkin

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    They look cool, very capable, but dang.... spendy buggers!

    I guess it’s hard for me to swallow the prices of these name-brand “mass-produced” customs (Gunwerks, MOA, etc) that cost twice as much as if you knew a local reputable Smith using the same components (with equal results).

    Before I get hung out to dry, I’ll admit that I don’t own a rifle like this, mine is a custom built by a local Smith, so I can’t really attest or speak to whether or not they are truly better than the stick I shoot. Mine is of high quality components, workmanship and shoots amazingly well. I have handled a few and they are all very nice, but NOT (in my opinion) Twice as nice as mine.

    To each his own. I suppose the beauty of companies like this is that they have ready-made customs available to drop in the mail with loaf development and break-in already complete, so that’s worth something.
     
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