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Old 08-19-2013, 4:22 PM
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Well, looks like we've got a whole new forum to fill! Let's get going!!!
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Not much, but brings me joy
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Savage w/ 26" McGowen 1:11 bull barrel and choate stock + Leupold 6.5-20x50



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Old 08-19-2013, 9:43 PM
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Old 08-20-2013, 9:57 AM
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Here are the specs:

Remington 700 SPS Varmint
Bell & Carlson A5 Stock
Vortex Viper PST 6-24x50 FFP Mil Reticle
Vortex Optics Precision Matched Rings (Lapped)
Vortex Bubble Level
Nightforce 1-piece 20MOA Base (Bedded)
Wyatt's Detachable Magazine Conversion
Timney Trigger
Harris 6-9" Bipod

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This is our sight-in target. The two on the left are the first two shots ever fired in the gun after bore sighting. I stabilized the rifle after these two shots and moved the cross hairs to the bullet impact and shot 8 more shots with minor tweaks.



This is the first 5 shot group I have ever shot with a bolt action rifle. It measured edge-to-edge at about 0.9455" which puts it at ~0.64 MOA with my shooting. I don't think I did too bad for my first time shooting a bolt gun. I hope to get my groups below 0.5 MOA with practice and custom loads. We were shooting factory Norma Match with Sierra 168gr HPBT MK bullets
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Old 08-20-2013, 10:59 AM
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Remington SPS Tactical .308cal

Bushnell Tactical Elite 6-24x50 Illuminated Mil-Dot

Harris Bi-pod



The rifle is camoed up and with a cheek pad, but I don't have a good pic of it yet.
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Savage w/ 26" McGowen 1:11 bull barrel and choate stock + Leupold 6.5-20x50



SWEET!!!!!
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Old 08-20-2013, 5:26 PM
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[IMG][/IMG]

Almost done with her, will post better pics later.
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Vortex Viper PST FFP 4-16 x 50
Vortex low rings
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Here's one of mine...

FN SPR A5M
Atlas bipod
Nightforce Scope
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Ive been wanting a .308 bolt action rifle for a while now and some of these pictures is really making me want to get one now.

Which one do you guys recommend for someone new to bolt action rifle? Not looking for somthing that will break the bank but nothing cheap either.

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Mines just a standard M1A.

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Ive been wanting a .308 bolt action rifle for a while now and some of these pictures is really making me want to get one now.

Which one do you guys recommend for someone new to bolt action rifle? Not looking for somthing that will break the bank but nothing cheap either.

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Remington or Savage with a heavy barrel. Then a decent scope setup. In all be ready to spend $1000-$1200. Then buy one ammo but as much of it as you can. Shoot through all that, then custom reload.
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Remington or Savage with a heavy barrel. Then a decent scope setup. In all be ready to spend $1000-$1200. Then buy one ammo but as much of it as you can. Shoot through all that, then custom reload.
^^^^This.

The Remi SPS is a low cost model, between $750-$800, but you will eventually need to swap out the stock, if you plan on shooting long distances with it. You can find "used" Remi 700P HS Precision stocks all the time, due to people swapping them out almost right away for something they like. Like something from Bell &Carlson or Manners.

Bushnell makes low cost glass that will get the job done, without breaking the bank or needing you to sell your first born child.
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Before I sold her.



Remington 700 SPS Light Tactical
McRee Chassis w/ 10rnd DBM
PA FFP in Leupold Dual Dovetail Mounts
KRG Bolt Knob
CTR Stock w/ Riser and extended pad
Modified Sierra Precision Grip

And one very foggy pair of Wiley X's
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Savage 10PC - ( .308 )









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The only 308 that I have left. Remington 788 purchased new in 1975 for $104.95 ($5 more because it was left handed)


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God i love looking at 308 bolt actions!

One of these days i'll have to take some photos and post mine.

Keep em coming!
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Really makes me want to go out and shoot right now.

Just have to wait for next weekend.
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First day out. Not even 20 rounds down the pipe yet.

Remington 5R bone stock.
Murphy Precision Base
American Rifle Company M10 Rings
Vortex Viper 6.5-20x44 Scope
Tactical Operations Cheek Pad
Harris 1A2 Bipod

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Thread and Bennie Cooley JP brake
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Oversized Bolt Knob (KRG bolt lift)
Better Glass (Bushnell Tactical Elite)
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Its already spoken for locally if I decide to do the chassis. It will probably be the better part of a year before I get it swapped out though. I am on a mission to save money right now, and that is low on the totem of things I NEED! That said, if buyer 1 backs out, I'll put you 2nd on the list.
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Sold, but it was awesome.



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I bought this from a friend at work for a price that's nearly criminal. I need to really stabilize it to check accuracy but it always hits where I put the cross hairs. That is a Leupold 3.5 -10 Vari-x 3 scope that came with the rifle.
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Another Remington 700, but this is my rifle.....
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It's a millett LRS 6-25x56 the scope itself gets a lot if mixed reviews but mostly because it's heavy and the rings it comes with are no good, but I've had pretty good luck with it!
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Savage .308 with accutrigger, McGowens Precision bull barrel, B&C stock, Bushnell Elite 6-24 scope, Buris XTR rings, Rock Mount bipod. Tack driver!



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Budget rifle!

SPS Tac
10X SS side focus
SS low rings
EGW 20 moa base
Harris bipod

Many upgrades to come, but it's a start.
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Now with non-cell phone pic goodness

SPS Tac 20" 308
B&C M40
NF 20 moa base & ultralight rings
ERS 3.5-21x50 G2
Harris BP
Triad stock pack & rear bag

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First time out, I need practice

But 3 shots into a dime sized hole made me pretty happy, need to wrangle in those fliers.
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