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Old 07-24-2007, 5:03 PM
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Old 07-24-2007, 6:48 PM
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Hmmm...

.408 CheyTac. Very nice.

And you seem to have the ballistic computer, a Kestrel Weather station, and a Vector LRF as well.

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Old 07-24-2007, 9:24 PM
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.408 CheyTac. Very nice.

And you seem to have the ballistic computer, a Kestrel Weather station, and a Vector LRF as well.

uh, yeah, those old things
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hmmm thats not a CIV
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Can't call this a precision or sniper rifle but I spay and pray!


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Is that the barret 82a1?

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my "reach-out" rifles.
Savage 110 .30-06
M1A .308
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springfield 1903 .30-06
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I want to purchase a Remington 700 PSS and McMillian A4 stock with Badger mounts and detach. mag. Will likely use my Leupold 3x9 tactical for the optic and parker hale for bipod. Any thoughts on this setup and recommendations for gunsmiths to smoot out the action? Thanks for the help.
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I want to purchase a Remington 700 PSS and McMillian A4 stock with Badger mounts and detach. mag. Will likely use my Leupold 3x9 tactical for the optic and parker hale for bipod. Any thoughts on this setup and recommendations for gunsmiths to smoot out the action? Thanks for the help.


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Old 07-27-2007, 7:08 PM
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I want to purchase a Remington 700 PSS and McMillian A4 stock with Badger mounts and detach. mag. Will likely use my Leupold 3x9 tactical for the optic and parker hale for bipod. Any thoughts on this setup and recommendations for gunsmiths to smoot out the action? Thanks for the help.

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Old 07-27-2007, 9:13 PM
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i'll keep this thread alive.

here are my two beloved remmy 700

Remmy 700 P/ Leupold Mark 4 Long Range/ Tactical 6-20x50mm TMR/ Badger Rings and 20 moa base (.308)

Remmy 700 SPS/ SS/ Warne 20 moa base/ Leupold Quick Release Rings (.223)

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Old 07-30-2007, 6:54 PM
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all of you guys got me beat.

Nothing fancy here: Remington 700 Police chambered in .308 Winchester, with a 10x side focus Super Sniper on a Harris bipod.



Excuse the messy workbench, I just pushed everything aside to get the picture.

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Old 08-09-2007, 11:00 PM
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thats awesome....how does it shoot?
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Old 08-09-2007, 11:10 PM
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all of you guys got me beat.

Nothing fancy here: Remington 700 Police chambered in .308 Winchester, with a 10x side focus Super Sniper on a Harris bipod.



Excuse the messy workbench, I just pushed everything aside to get the picture.
good choice, your gonna like your P. one suggestion, get a check rest and plenty of good match ammo!
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Old 08-09-2007, 11:14 PM
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thats awesome....how does it shoot?
the P shoots very well right out of the box. my P is my favorite piece i own. i took a 4inch water bottle down at 500yards on my 2nd try. this rifle will hold at least a 1moa. a good handload will get it down some more.
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Old 08-10-2007, 12:36 AM
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CZ750 bedded
Bedded stock
Vais break
badger knob
Badger Standard Max-50 rings
US Ootucs SN3 Glass

(sorry...not the best photographer)








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Old 08-10-2007, 7:34 PM
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thats awesome....how does it shoot?
i'll tell you after Sunday. I literally just got it yesterday, threw the bases, rings and scope on and eyeballed the reticule. I'll worry about the boresight and reticule leveling at the range.

I'm pretty excited about sending some projectiles downrange this Sunday.
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Old 08-10-2007, 7:39 PM
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i would be too....when i have money i plan to do a 700p project
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Old 08-12-2007, 7:03 PM
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Badger Standard Max-50 rings
US Ootucs SN3 Glass

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that is a killer stock.
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that looks nice...we just have different taste in grips
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I'm not sure but from the looks of the safety I would say a long action savage of some sort.
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Old 08-27-2007, 6:16 PM
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yep the basic 30-06 savage from big 5 all i added was the bipod...i am gonna get a 308 next
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Very nice rifle you got there Solidsnake.
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Old 08-28-2007, 7:01 AM
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Someone needs some turret knobs....Cough solidsnake cough

Ive always loved that rifle
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Ive always loved that rifle
lol. I really want a scope with those. I was going to place a Leupold Mark 4 M1 6-20x40mm scope on it but decided that would be way overkill for a .223. I like the look and features of the SWFA super sniper, however, I'll never own one due to their warranty policy. I'm planning on swapping out the VX-1 for a VX-II 6-18x40 AO target model with the target turrets. That is the ideal scope for a .223 precsion rifle. It has all the features of the SS at under $450 and has the Leupy no qs asked warranty.
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whats wrong with the swfa's warranty policy on the super sniper? It it breaks send it back and they fix it or give you a new one
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VX-II 6-18x40 AO target model with the target turrets. That is the ideal scope for a .223 precsion rifle. It has all the features of the SS at under $450 and has the Leupy no qs asked warranty.
No mildot reticle...
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Thats what is so great about leupold. You can order one with that reticle or any other reticle you desire for around $100. That only puts me slighty over the SWFA SS budget while still giving me Leupy performance.
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I'm sorry if I heard wrong. I've heard they let you hang after a year of ownership and only cover manufacturers defects rather than accidents, fire damage, ect....

Either way I still prefer the Leupy model I've found. I'll get it when I find longer range locations to shoot at. For now, the VX-1 works fine for 100 yards. I used to have the stoney point target turrents but they work horribly on friction adjust scopes.
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The SWFA Warranty from what Ive heard from many super sniper owners is send it back and they fix it or give you a new one...
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The SWFA Warranty from what Ive heard from many super sniper owners is send it back and they fix it or give you a new one...
While I can't comment on there warranty, I had a small problem with a recent order. The customer service was A+.. The staff was very friendly and helpful.. Good people..
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Would that be a .22 with a napoleon Complex??
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