40X & XB, converted to repeaters by jelrod, in B&C #2015 stocks, w/Benchmark & Lilja titebore bbls done by me. V22 in Manners Elite T4A, Krieger sendero contour bbl done by me. All three have Jewell HVR triggers, Athlon Cronus 4.5-29x56 mil scopes, & PTG Stealth DBM. Really enjoy all three, but the new V22 feeds smoother while running the bolt slower.
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Finally finished my 40XB repeater. Had a hard time deciding what color CeraKote to use, settled on a mix of McM tan & olive. Stock is a Manners T4A w/DBM mini chassis in painted woodland camo. Scope is an Athlon Cronus 4.5-29x56. Since moving to the mini chassis, the Lilja bbl has been shooting better than ever - that's 10 shots on steel at 200yds in 3-8 mph wind from 7:30-8:00 with Lapua Center-X.
Wanted to share my Mcrees G10 Savage MkII. I plan to shoot it for the first time with the chassis tommorow. Pretty excited. Such a nice bit of machining. Everything lined up perfect although I had to cut the rear action bolt down so it was the same length as the front. I believe the MkII's that use the Tacticool stock came with a longer rear action screw than the ones with poly stocks fwiw. Here's a pic. Will post some groups at 50yards tomorrow hopefully! Next i need to see if these can be threaded for a suppressor without removing the barrel! It's no Annie or CZ but it'll make a fine enough stick for me! Oh that's a SS 3-15 ontop mil mil. I'm as excited to shoot this as I was any of my Centerfires. I really would love to find some Lapua Center X or better ammo than I can get locally.
My first rifle, a Marlin Model 60 that my dad bought from my uncle. I recently refurbed it a bit by refinishing the action, cleaning up the bolt, reinstalling the Tech Sights, and refinishing the stock. Not a looker but a good rifle none the less.
So far this is my "precision" .22lr. Like gonna move onto a bolt action of some type. It's a PA 6X scope w/ ACSS reticle. I did install a Geiselle SSA-E two stage trigger. It is definitely my current favorite to shoot. Maybe it's the Mcfaddon easy loader.
One of 2 Vudoos at the match getting some offhand and sitting in. The target was a full size steel IPSC at 220 yards. If you look real close at the top picture, just forward of the puff of smoke, you can make out the grey line that I am 99% positive is the bullet. Not bad for an old man driving an old iPhone.
Dedicated 22lr mk12 mod1. Compass lake upper and lower, compass lake m261 conversion, douglas barrel by compass lake, ops inc muzzle brake and collar, knights rail/gas block(yes it has a gas block and gas tube obviously just for looks)/bipod mount/sling mount/ambi safety/flip up front and rear buis/grip and panels, pri charging handle, arms rings, nightforce 2.5-10x24, lmt sopmod stock, geissele highspeed match trigger.
Had this rifle for awhile now but other projects and deployments have kept it sidelined in the safe. Finally got around to putting scope on and will shoot some groups this weekend, looking forward to it!
Ruger 77/22 reworked by Tim Cronin at Elk Horn Precision.
McMillan Rimfire Magnum Varmint
This is a little different than most posted here...not a precision rig, just a little plinker.
This is one I wanted to mod to the gills, but keep it somewhat factory appearing...my version of the ultimate classic carbine.
Specs on the build:
-factory receiver, stripped and polished
-factory 18" stainless barrel, polished
-factory metal trigger housing, reshaped a bit and polished
-walnut carbine stock, stripped sanded and refinished
-factory metal barrel band and buttplate, polished
-factory bolt, polished with a VQ extractor
-Rimfire technologies polished target trigger
-Volquartsen match hammer and sear
-rimfire technologies polished mag release
-nodak sights, polished
-auto bolt release, polished
-superior concepts charging handle, polished
-all of the hardware that's visible is also polished
I may replace the stock with one of the crazy striped birch or maple ones I have on the shelf, but I sort of like the classic look of the walnut. After that's decided, I'll install the polished stainless sling studs, and then polish a set of Harris bipods to finish it off.
Not new by any means, but new to me. It's an Underground Skunkworks Model 323 that I just purchased here a week or so ago. I'm just waiting on my Thunder Beast .22 takedown can to see how it shoots. This thing has one of the cleanest bedding jobs I have ever seen.