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Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by Ernie, Sep 20, 2010.
Very nice, that is crazy fluting on the barrel!
Leopards have spots, not stripes!
You are a sharp cookie
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!
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.