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Old 01-27-2007, 9:59 AM
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Old 01-27-2007, 10:43 AM
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Old 01-27-2007, 10:55 AM
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. . . before thmpr totally hogs the thread with his toys.
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Well...
First would be my Savage 10FP .308..



Second would be the M1-A


And last whill not reall a sniper weapon but a nice precision rifle would be the Ruger M77 MkIV .22-250
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sorry no full pics of that one...
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Old 01-27-2007, 11:31 AM
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[QUOTE=NwG]Well...

Second would be the M1-A


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Maybe this is what I should put my tax return toward. Beautiful weapon you have there.....
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Old 01-27-2007, 11:35 AM
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Here's mine...



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Old 01-27-2007, 12:18 PM
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. . . before thmpr totally hogs the thread with his toys.
I agree with that

BTW, Is a .50cal considered a precision rifle???
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Old 01-27-2007, 12:35 PM
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I agree with that

BTW, Is a .50cal considered a precision rifle???

Well, I guess it depends on the gun. Regardless of caliber, not many guns can shoot 0.24 MOA at 1000 yrds. ....which is the current record for the 50 bmg.
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Grr, I need to get my camera fixed.

Want to post some pics of a rifle I'm building, a Rem 700 in .338 Lapua. I've got the gut's mostly finished (have to finish installing Sako style extractor). But I need to finish inletting the Anschutz style synthetic stock and then bed the rifle.
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CZ 750 Sniper
I've seen it on display at Turner's in Pasadena a few weeks ago.

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With an effective range of 800 yards, the CZ 750 Sniper is ideal for use by the elite military and law enforcement snipers it was designed for. The synthetic thumbhole sniper style stock is adjustable for comb height as well as length of pull. The underside of the fore-end is fitted with a 220mm long rail that provides multiple attachment points for a bipod.

Price (MSRP) US$ 1999.00
Product number (SKU) 05001

Ammunition
Ammo .308 Win.
Magazine capacity 10
Magazine type Detachable
Rate of twist 1:12 in

Dimensions
Weight 11.9 lbs
Overall Length 48 in
Barrel Length 26 in
Dovertail 0.7 in

Features
Barrel hammer forged, blued
Stock Polymer
Stock Type Sniper Adjustable
Trigger SS
Sights no sights
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I don't know from snipers but precision I know.
Blueprinted MRC lefty with a Krieger barrel

Here's what it did on a windy day at 400 yards
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I hate you guys!

j/k

Actually, as soon as I pick up two more Black rifles and two 1911's, I'm joining your club. Nice setups guys!
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If you insist:







Ooooooooh,

Now I envy you. I've been eyeing for one but haven't found a good deal. If you don't mind, how much did you pay for the rifle alone?

Thx
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Mine, built on a Yugo Mauser.

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Do those cases come with the rifles or did you all get them custom made?
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I posted this pics in another thread.

My California legal SPR MOD 0



Nevada configuration:


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Rem 700P .308
Cryo bath by http://www.cryogenicsinternational.com/
Leupold 8.5-25x50 Mark 4 LR/T Illuminated Mil-Dot
Badger Ordnance Rings and 20 moa mount.
Finish by Armory Airbrush.

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Rem 700P .308
Cryo bath by http://www.cryogenicsinternational.com/
Leupold 8.5-25x50 Mark 4 LR/T Illuminated Mil-Dot
Badger Ordnance Rings and 20 moa mount.
Finish by Armory Airbrush.
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I really dont considered it a sniper rifle, more of my large game rifle. Its precise at 100yds. Rock Island Arsenal 1903, 30-06. This particular rifle was manufactured in 1934. The only original parts are the reciever, bolt, and trigger asembly, and mag spring.



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Do those cases come with the rifles or did you all get them custom made?
They're not custom. Most of these cases come with a solid piece of foam and then you cut the foam to fit your equipment. I know that Pelican also have a service to pre-cut the foam for you at the factory if you have a factory rifle for which they have the dimensions and general shape.
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All very nice guns, very nice indeed. Beautiful creatures!!

But how many of you have actually taken snipe with these sniper rifles?
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I miss my PSS.
Sorry to hear that.

I like my PSS





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Just a basic Rem 700P in 300WinMag. Once the barrel is toast and I can afford to have it rebuilt it will goto GA Precision to have George Gardner rebuild it.



Current handload fired in a wind that required 5.5MOA of windage at 800 yards.
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Pablo....very nice Mod 0. Whats the specs?
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I posted this pics in another thread.

My California legal SPR MOD 1

Nice SPR, but it looks like a Mk12 mod 0.

Did you have the upper built or did you do it yourself?
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Here's my GA Precision .308



Here are the twins, .308 on top, .223 on bottom


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63 tango, what caliber is your 700?

My dad and I bought a Remington 700 in 7mm mag this week. We are trying to pick a scope and rings for it. How do you like your optics?
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its a .308. i got the scope because its the correct scope for the vietnam sniper rifle. the optics look good and it has a range finder. but i havent fired the rifle yet, but i cant wait.
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Nice SPR, but it looks like a Mk12 mod 0.

Did you have the upper built or did you do it yourself?
Upsss!!! My mistake... You're right Donger, it should read "MOD 0". "SPR MK-12 MOD-0" (I should stop posting late at night. )

Regarding my upper, I actually put it together. It took me almost 8 months to get all the parts (from December 2005 to July 2006). The OPS-INC 12th. series muzzle brake, collar and suppressor was really hard to get!
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Pablo....very nice Mod 0. Whats the specs?
Thanks!

This are the complete specs:

Fulton Armory Lower Receiver
KAC 2-Stage Match Trigger
KNS Anti-rotating pins
RRA Stock
Enidine Hydraulic Buffer & Buffer Spring
Sierra Precision Pistol Grip
Sierra Precision Adjustable Butt plate
Midwest Industries QD Sling Adaptor
LMT upper receiver
Les Bear Ultimate National Match Bolt Carrier
ARMS #38 SPR PEQ-2 Rail, MOD-L
ARMS #40L-SP Rear flip-up sight
ARMS #22 Rings (medium height)
ARMS #22 Tactical Ring Cap
ARMS #22 Tactical Ring Rail
ARMS #22M68 Half spacer
Leupold "Mark 4" 3.5-10x40mm LR/T M1 (IR TMR)
Insight Technologies PAQ-4C
PRI Carbon Fiber Forearm Gen-III
PRI Front flip-up sight
PRI M84 Gas Buster Charging Handle
OPS INC 12th Series 2-Piece muzzle break with suppressor alignment collar
OPS INC 12th Series Suppressor
Versa Pod
And finally what I consider the soul of my rifle a "Compass Lake" Barrel. It's Douglas Premium Air Gauged, 18", "SS", 1X7 twist, SPR contour, M4 ramps and a modified A.M.U. chamber.
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Old 01-29-2007, 11:32 AM
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Pablo,
Your rifle is pretty much 80% of the real thing. I will be building one myself and with your set up, I would say its better than the original...
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sorry guys I dont have a precision rifle just yet it will be 10 days But I picked up a savage 10fp in .308....
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Pablo,
Your rifle is pretty much 80% of the real thing. I will be building one myself and with your set up, I would say its better than the original...
The last 20% being a M16 lower receiver and the "full-auto/burst" trigger group?

I am considering building myself one too. I will be going MOD 1 tho, w/ KAC FF handguard.....
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