Precision Rifles.....show em!!

Dburns

Burnzy
Minuteman
Jun 21, 2018
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Wichita Falls
A couple of my main go-tos

7mm WSM
-Remington 700 action
-24” 1:8 twist brux barrel
-Manners EH-4 with mini-chassis
-NF ATACR 5-25 F1 mil-r
-NF 20moa base & 34mm rings
-Timney 517
-SiCo harvester
-Berger 180gr VLD @ 2950
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6.5 cm (bottom in pic)
-Remington 700 ADL action
-factory barrel chopped to 16.25”
-iOta Krux stock w/ hinged bdl floorplate
-Vortex viper PST gen 2 3-15x44 ffp
-EWG 20 Moa base w/ tally rings
-Timney 517
-SiCo harvester
-Factory Hornady 143gr ELD-X
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Bad ass setups I love the 143 as well but I purchased 100 rounds of the hornady black thought it was junk just using for pigs and wow honestly it shoots better at 18.99 a box all rifles shoot different might wanna give it a try groups are tighter SD is way lower at 6
 
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BP 3papa 7sierra

Private
Minuteman
Dec 17, 2018
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This is an oldie but still a good one, awaiting delivery of my first "real" precision rifle. Will post thoughts and pics when it arrives. For now, this Savage 10 FCP in .308 with a 20" barrel, Viper PST Gen II 3-15 a Harris bipod and a sock full of airsoft pellets still gets me on target at 1000 and around 1/2 MOA @ 100. 1547776243259.png
 

Quickdraw Outlaw

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Oct 24, 2013
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16,000 yards east of KC
For those using the SWFA 10 X 42 HD scope I thought I'd share this;

Along with the Vortex covers, Holland bubble level and zero-stop shim kit, I'm using a Switchview SV172-176 cat tail on the parallax adjustment ring. The ring is very stiff to turn and is difficult to get a grip on. The cat tail made a HUGE difference!

For those not familiar with this scope, though it's fixed power and has no reticle illumination, the build and optical quality are on par with variable power scopes costing two to three times more. Every time I consider dropping serious coin on a higher-end variable, I come to the same conclusion - I'm better off spending the money on something else. For a .308 out to 1,000 yards, it's all you may need.

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I have a GAP Thunder Ranch. What manf of magazine is that? Can I get one similar for my TR? (sorry looks like I quoted a different post, still have the same question)

I have Accurate-Mag's now and would like a magazine with a bottom plate that doesn't slide out.

Thanks.
 
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Thomasrg

Private
Minuteman
This is my first precision rifle build, but I am quickly becoming addicted. I went with the HCR because it was sub moa, sub 1k, and already in a chassis, vs a stock. Plus I really like the way it looks. I just wish more people then Timney made aftermarket triggers.

I went with the Howa 1500 HCR
24" Barrel
Mechforce Enforcer Brake
Accurate Mags
Stock Trigger, with lighter spring and adjusted as low as it can do. I don't know its pull weight yet.
Leupold MK5HD 5-25x56
Talley 20MOA Base
Seekins Precisions Rings
Atlas Bipod
XLR industries Folding Adapter
Parker Mountain Bolt Knob
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In its most recent state

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Fresh from Cerakote before my Leupold had arrived.

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Put in my Seahorse travel case.

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With the Leupold MK5HD and Parker Mountain bolt knob installed

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Close up of the Mechforce Enforcer Brake

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Before and After results of the brakes efficiency

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Me behind the gun :)
 

LongRangeLefty

Shoots heavy loads..
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Feb 13, 2017
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For those using the SWFA 10 X 42 HD scope I thought I'd share this;

Along with the Vortex covers, Holland bubble level and zero-stop shim kit, I'm using a Switchview SV172-176 cat tail on the parallax adjustment ring. The ring is very stiff to turn and is difficult to get a grip on. The cat tail made a HUGE difference!

For those not familiar with this scope, though it's fixed power and has no reticle illumination, the build and optical quality are on par with variable power scopes costing two to three times more. Every time I consider dropping serious coin on a higher-end variable, I come to the same conclusion - I'm better off spending the money on something else. For a .308 out to 1,000 yards, it's all you may need.

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Very interesting. Also, I completely agree. I use an SWFA SS 20x42 on my RPR .308 that I shoot anywhere out to 1,000. Outstanding quality for the price.


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Jester308

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Jbullard135

Private
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Jan 27, 2019
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Just your basic LTR in .308. Leupold 6.5 - 20 x 50. Timney trigger. Hangs out in the .50 to .75 MOA with 155 gr AMAX bullets. Can’t seem to get it to do much with anything heavier. But it works. Some nice rigs to look at here. F2BD1D30-FA89-4E8F-9F3E-820F365B0DF8.jpeg
 
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arios2

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Feb 28, 2017
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New shorty to add to the collection! Thanks to TS Customs for setting it up.

Bighorn origin action
Proof 16.5 carbon fiber barrel in 308
Leupold mark5 HD 3-18x44 illuminated TMR
Krg X-ray chassis w/Camo can paint
Atlas bipod
Triggertech special
Silencerco omega 300 w/cover

Rifle 7lbs
Scope and rings 2lbs
Supressor 1lb
10lbs Total!


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Holescreek

Private
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Feb 24, 2013
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Some of my hobby gun-builds. I do all the machine work myself so there's nothing too fancy but they are all sub MOA shooters.

Mauser98 Action chambered in 7.62x54r:



Savage Model 12FV .223. Aluminum stock designed to accommodate a 10 shot magazine:



Modified M-N action with my form 1 can:



Savage Model 10 FCP-K, aluminum folding stock designed to accommodate a 10 shot mag.



 

GA_medic

Banhammer
Banned !
Minuteman
Jan 29, 2019
40
29
12
Some of my hobby gun-builds. I do all the machine work myself so there's nothing too fancy but they are all sub MOA shooters.

Mauser98 Action chambered in 7.62x54r:



Savage Model 12FV .223. Aluminum stock designed to accommodate a 10 shot magazine:



Modified M-N action with my form 1 can:



Savage Model 10 FCP-K, aluminum folding stock designed to accommodate a 10 shot mag.



What optics are on your Savage 10?
 

stello1001

Professional newbie
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Feb 20, 2017
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This is my first precision rifle build, but I am quickly becoming addicted. I went with the HCR because it was sub moa, sub 1k, and already in a chassis, vs a stock. Plus I really like the way it looks. I just wish more people then Timney made aftermarket triggers.

I went with the Howa 1500 HCR
24" Barrel
Mechforce Enforcer Brake
Accurate Mags
Stock Trigger, with lighter spring and adjusted as low as it can do. I don't know its pull weight yet.
Leupold MK5HD 5-25x56
Talley 20MOA Base
Seekins Precisions Rings
Atlas Bipod
XLR industries Folding Adapter
Parker Mountain Bolt Knob
Wiebad Cheekpad View attachment 7008908
In its most recent state

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Fresh from Cerakote before my Leupold had arrived.

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Put in my Seahorse travel case.

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With the Leupold MK5HD and Parker Mountain bolt knob installed

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Close up of the Mechforce Enforcer Brake

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Before and After results of the brakes efficiency

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Me behind the gun :)

Really sick build. I have an HCR myself and love it. Planning on adding a sling?
 

Farmerdanss

Private
Minuteman
Jun 26, 2018
40
22
12
My first 'nice' gun. Budget build

Howa 1500 6.5 Creedmoor Heavy barreled action
MDT Oryx Chassis(obviously)
MDT 20 Moa scope rail
MDT M-lok rail
Seekins Precision High 34mm rings
Athlon Ares Etr 4.5-30x56 APRS1 FFP Mil w/sunshade
GG&G 1125 bipod
Magpul Pmag 10rd magazine
Precision Armament M-11 Muzzle brake

total cost of everything you see... $2300

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