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All right Randall, that was really random. You saying you aren't coming back, or are you a zombie now. If so, I may need you to build me a long range zombie gun.
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WOW, back from the dead I see.
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Sarco, what are the specs on that. Almost looks like an FN
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Looks like it might be a Remington 700 action in a Manners T4 stock with Badger DBM.
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What do think about the Armalite AR-30 in either .308 or .300 Win Mag? As for accuracy, reliability, etc, does anybody own one and post pics if you do.
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What do think about the Armalite AR-30 in either .308 or .300 Win Mag? As for accuracy, reliability, etc, does anybody own one and post pics if you do.
Funny enough I just bought an AR-30 in 300win mag and I'll be taking it out to the range on Monday. I would like to post a picture of the rifle and how it shoots in the same post, if you can wait until then
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Awesome. I have been looking at those in the .308/.300wm or the Savage 110BA as well. Hard decision as so many parts of them are really similar.
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Sarco, what are the specs on that. Almost looks like an FN
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Manners T4 w/mini-chassis
Vortex Viper PST 6-24x50 FFP MOA/MOA
Seekins Rings on EGW 20 MOA base
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It shoots well; shot this 5-shot group yesterday:
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Looks like it might be a Remington 700 action in a Manners T4 stock with Badger DBM.
Great looking rifle.
Yup, Badger mini-chassis.
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BEAUTIFUL! Accurate and Precise! I am thoroughly jealous of simplicity that flat works.

Optics included, whats the price breakdown on that gun?
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BEAUTIFUL! Accurate and Precise! I am thoroughly jealous of simplicity that flat works.

Optics included, whats the price breakdown on that gun?
  • 700P - $600 (traded into it; $1000 was the value of whatever I traded and it came with an optics setup that I sold for $400. In process of trying to sell the HS Precision stock)
  • Manners T4 w/mini chassis - $840
  • Vortex - $800
  • Seekins rings - $120
  • EGW 20 MOA base - $45
  • Badger brake - $145
  • Bolt knob - $30
  • Bipod and pod lock - $110
  • Jewell trigger - came with the gun
  • Total: $2690
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AR-30 time


A very fun gun to shoot and own . However you are not going to have a lot of friends on the range. I had a stupid moment sighting in the rifle, I had it in my head that the scope was a FFP scope and was assuming the mil-dots were correct no matter the magnification. So at the 100 yard line I was pretty much chasing zero for 8 rounds until I upped the magnification from 10 to 20 and realized I was being dumb and owned a SFP scope. After I stopped being stupid the rifle was zero'd in 4 shots. It was a very costly mistake, I'm just thankful 300win-mag is not as expensive as .338LM.
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^ that is one very unique looking rifle

did you buy the rifle as it is , or did you had to build it ?

could you give out some specs ?

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Thats a factory Armalite AR-30 in .300 Win Mag with a Burris XTR scope. Looks like a Harris 9-13 bipod and thats about it. They go for about $1600 or so for the rifle alone and are tac drivers from the factory. Shillen factory barrel and a great trigger as well.
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Thats a factory Armalite AR-30 in .300 Win Mag with a Burris XTR scope. Looks like a Harris 9-13 bipod and thats about it. They go for about $1600 or so for the rifle alone and are tac drivers from the factory. Shillen factory barrel and a great trigger as well.
I only had a chance to put 20 rounds through it today. It's shooting about 1.5 moa at the moment. I'm expecting to accuracy to improve when the barrel gets a nice healthy coat of copper
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I love my AICS but i think im going to try out the B&C soon, AICS is a bit too heavy, but overall great chassis system.

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Here's my no-frills R700 in .223.

Bell & Calson BC1000 Stock
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Did some load development of the above rifle today, several recipes ranging from 2700-2950 FPS and ~0.4 to 2.0 inch groups but found this one to be the best.

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Those are some excellent results NiteQwill!

Have you tried those 69gr Noslers yet?
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Those are some excellent results NiteQwill!

Have you tried those 69gr Noslers yet?
Thanks!

Not yet but I have 1000 69 Noslers to try out soon. SMK's are just too expensive nowadays.

I was also getting good results (almost similar) with TAC and RL-15 using LC cases. I'll have to fine tune the loads with those powders. Benchmark is also a consideration in the future.
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I love my AICS but i think im going to try out the B&C soon, AICS is a bit too heavy, but overall great chassis system.

AICS 1.5 Stock by Genghis Chon, on Flickr
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