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Old 01-23-2015, 6:52 PM
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All I see is a big azz copyright stamp. Its not that great of a shot and not even Getty puts such a big copyright stamp on their shots.
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Just a couple of rifles that are relevant to the forum is all. Block me if you want.
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Nice looking rifle. Any pics of targets shot with that?

On another note, sorry but I don't get the post with the comment about the copyright stamp. See no reason why you would be banned for posting that picture. I hope this thread stays civil.
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Nice looking rifle. Any pics of targets shot with that?

On another note, sorry but I don't get the post with the comment about the copyright stamp. See no reason why you would be banned for posting that picture. I hope this thread stays civil.
No target pictures with these rifles, only get to shoot photos of them, but I'll post some pictures after taking my new Anschutz 2000 to the range .

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nice.. they are all very beautiful! i take it these target rifles are mainly shot benchrest? are these all with forged heavy barrel?
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Thanks! The 10-22 above is mostly a bench and prone shooter in some precision matches. She would do well on silhouette shooting but the carbon fiber tension barrel is way too light to keep stable in offhand. Any small muscle movement has a tendency to move it quite a bit.
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Man.. I would love to get .22 rifle and hopefully be good enough to join those matches.
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Believe it or not, with the 10-22, you could put one together for less than $600. The secret is in the barrel and the ammo. I built up one for a buddy, $270 for the rifle, $210 for the barrel, trigger and bolt work done by ourselves and an additional $100 for a Simmons rimfire scope and additional parts like extractor, buffer and firing pin. It was only a 3x9 scope but he was able to cover his 5 shot 50 yard groups with a dime using Wolf Match Target ammo. It does take some skilled work on your part but it can be done.
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Man.. I would love to get .22 rifle and hopefully be good enough to join those matches.
Kimber are hard to come by but get a nice CZ 455 and work your way up from there
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BrianRodela: the secret is in the barrel? i was told if getting a cold forged barrel, it would be too heavy to man-handle, but from benchrest it would be ok.

usmcchet9296: i found a shop in kentucky that has the 452 american, but debating if i should get that with a 22" barrel or go with the newer 455 model with 16" barrel.
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Cusco, the added weight may seem like a bit but it really helps stabilize and steady the rifle when in the offhand position and seems to settle when in a supported position such as sitting or prone. The weight resists movement and slows down the barrel sway. My Service Rifle AR is 16 lbs. Sure, there is a limit and probably would make for a long day if used for hunting to use bull barrels on hunting rifles but for precision shooters, there is usually no better choice.
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452 is a great rifle and if you go to the CZ section on Rimfire Central better then the 455 but I love my 455 and its a great shooter (MOA at 100) and if I ever want to I can get a Lijia barrel for it a lot easier than I could for a 452 so if I were you id get a 455.
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BrianRodela: the secret is in the barrel? i was told if getting a cold forged barrel, it would be too heavy to man-handle, but from benchrest it would be ok.

usmcchet9296: i found a shop in kentucky that has the 452 american, but debating if i should get that with a 22" barrel or go with the newer 455 model with 16" barrel.
Or you can go with a 28.5" Barrel like my CZ452UL. I can shoot holes within holes using standard CCI Minimags at 100 yards outdoors.

No pics of mine (will take some tonight), but here's one from around the webs that's just like mine, but I have a Triad Tactical Stockpack since the 452's hogback stock makes for a hover cheekweld with any scope:

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i found a couple new ones at a local shop today and having a hard time deciding.

CZ 455 American Combo 20.5" barrel $531
CZ 455 LUX - 20.7" barrel $429
CZ 455 Training Rifle 24.8" barrel $372

will check out some other shops before deciding.. but just out of those three, i'm sure they are all tact drivers, but any i couldn't tell the difference. the only thing i noticed is the 24.8" barrel felt very long when holding it standing. also, i noticed the wood stock by the front the barrel all have gaps in between, making room for some play when you to push the barrel down into the stock. is that normal?
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Kimber are hard to come by but get a nice CZ 455 and work your way up from there
That is exactly what I did. I started with a 455 Varmint, replaced the factory stock with one I built myself, replaced the factory barrel with Lilja barrel, pillared and bedded the action, and fluffed and buffed the action and bolt, and got the trigger down to 8 oz. The total weight is 11.5 pounds, but it is great for shooting from a bench. It may not be considered a "target rifle" but it shoots itty bitty holes with match ammo, and the best part, I only have $850 invested, after selling extra parts.

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That is exactly what I did. I started with a 455 Varmint, replaced the factory stock with one I built myself, replaced the factory barrel with Lilja barrel, pillared and bedded the action, and fluffed and buffed the action and bolt, and got the trigger down to 8 oz. The total weight is 11.5 pounds, but it is great for shooting from a bench. It may not be considered a "target rifle" but it shoots itty bitty holes with match ammo, and the best part, I only have $850 invested, after selling extra parts.

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Something like that is in my future
Nice rig and Im sure it fires just fine
of course the Anny guys would just turn there noses up at it
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Nice rig and Im sure it fires just fine
of course the Anny guys would just turn there noses up at it
Annies cost a LOT more than what I have invested here, and even better than that, I enjoyed building and fine tuning it.
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Annies cost a LOT more than what I have invested here, and even better than that, I enjoyed building and fine tuning it.
My thoughts exactly
I enjoyed building out my 455 VPT more than just buying a complete rifle
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What is the side lever on that "10/22" ???
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Sun Devil Mfg lower
Accuracy Systems built upper with DPMS upper and 22" Lilja barrel
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Only got 60 rounds through it so far. Barrel not even broken in yet and its a tack driver.
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What is the side lever on that "10/22" ???
YES WHAT IS THAT?!
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Some of my target rifles that I shot this weekend.
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Sun Devil Mfg lower
Accuracy Systems built upper with DPMS upper and 22" Lilja barrel
Chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor.
Vortex FFP 6-24x50 mil/mil PST scope

Only got 60 rounds through it so far. Barrel not even broken in yet and its a tack driver.
no offense but thats not rimfire
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It's a PWS T3 Summit receiver...

http://primaryweapons.com/firearms/t3/

It's a Fortner-type toggle action, which was made famous in Anschutz rifles for biathlon competitions, but...the PWS T3 uses 10/22 barrels, magazines, stocks, and trigger assemblies. I think it's the most awesome receiver assembly ever made for a 10/22. It's buttery smooth.

You can work the action with your trigger hand. See:
http://www.fortner-biathlon.com/

I love my rimfire target rifle build. It took some time to get all the parts that I wanted, and I had to hunt down a shop that'd order the receiver for me, but it was worth it in the end.

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It's a PWS T3 Summit receiver...

http://primaryweapons.com/firearms/t3/

It's a Fortner-type toggle action, which was made famous in Anschutz rifles for biathlon competitions, but...the PWS T3 uses 10/22 barrels, magazines, stocks, and trigger assemblies. I think it's the most awesome receiver assembly ever made for a 10/22. It's buttery smooth.

You can work the action with your trigger hand. See:
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I love my rimfire target rifle build. It took some time to get all the parts that I wanted, and I had to hunt down a shop that'd order the receiver for me, but it was worth it in the end.

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That is quite impressive! Its clever that you can swap in your existing 10/22 parts.

How is the accuracy compared to a stock 10/22?
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Well I see some nice rifles so lets see them in this months online match
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I saw this pic online for a single shot 10/22 mod. Looks more like a full receiver/action:



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