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Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by odoylerules, Apr 12, 2019.
Target looked like 1 minute of fly. Wish I could get to that point
I'll second the EGW bases, I've tried that Wiegand base and just wasn't confident in it!
Had an EGW put on two rifles and running Warne rings!
Really partial to Ruger hunting rifles myself. Do you have your smiths contact info ?
Nick at Yaak precision
Nick @ Yaak precision
Where is your gunsmith located?
Very nice results...both the gun, and the group!
When you said "old Ruger M77" I thought I'd see a tang safety and not the three position safety though. Either way, Ruger makes some very durable firearms.
Noticed the work done to the inside of the forearm. Would you elaborate on what was done in that area please ?
The boat paddle stock has a lot of flex near the forearm. Loading the bipod caused the stock to make contact with the barrel, even after inletting it a bit. My smith reinforced it with a super lightweight composite material used in aircraft. Added very little weight but made the stock very strong/stiff.
Great looking build and what a tack driver!
I’m reviving my tang safety m77 — at gs getting barreled to 338 Sherman. Modified the bolt stop, fabbed an extended box and opened up back end of action action to allow OAL of 3.6.
Well the Sherman worked perfectly! The Berger 215 was as devastating as I’d heard.
Very nice!! Details?
Been practicing and preparing my long range game and wouldn’t you know it, I shot this bear at 125 yards! Happy to fill the tag obviously, just a little funny/ironic.