Let see those deer rifles

mrkrinkle

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Not exactly my deer rifle, but it’s what I used opening day due to not having my deer rifle tuned up. It weighs 24 lbs so it’s a stationary rig… lol
 

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Benman73

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Not exactly my deer rifle, but it’s what I used opening day due to not having my deer rifle tuned up. It weighs 24 lbs so it’s a stationary rig… lol
Well I decided to take my comp rifle hunting this morning because why not? Removed the bipod to streamline it, then wrapped the front in coban to dampen any metal clanging noise I might make. Only walked a few hundred yards behind the house so lugging it wasn’t bad. At least until I shot the doe. Then it was a chore.
 

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bamban

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Short range hunter. 308 Win AR10. 20 inch barrel was harvested from a long take off 10T Krieger FTR tube. Ammo, meplatted M118 LR. Precision half minute at 200 yards.

Since field firing positions will be over overgrown shrubs, and grass, have to zero the rifle off a tripod, either in sitting or standing.

After range session, I had to machine new handles to replace the plastic ones for the tripod head.

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