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Old 08-12-2010, 8:57 AM
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Nice rig, but looks like you need to index your muzzle break...
Better pic of the brake

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Old 08-12-2010, 8:58 AM
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Better pic of the brake

Very cool, never seen anything like that before.. Hows it work?
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Old 08-12-2010, 9:18 AM
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Very cool, never seen anything like that before.. Hows it work?
Thanks, the brake was made custom by Mike Peak @ Peaktactical.com

It is designed to do 3 things. The first 2 are- reduce recoil and muzzle climb which several brakes do and allow for quicker follow up shots. The last thing it does is it does not kick up any dust trace when fired prone. All meant to be fired off the bipod
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Old 08-12-2010, 9:53 AM
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Dude, someone stole 2" of your rail system.
Should have got one of these:

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Dude, someone stole 2" of your rail system.
Should have got one of these:

http://www.midwestindustriesinc.com/...ategory_id=288
no thanks. I dont mind exposing 2'' of the gas tube, i'm not trying to impress anyone with the looks of the rifle, but rather its precision.
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my FN PBR XP, solid performance straight out of the box..hopefully after I save some pennies I can get a nice stock
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My '93 Model 70 SA .308 Heavy Varmint.




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Can we just have a pic thread for the shiz that Randall puts out...
Do you mean a thread of all the guns Randall worked on?

Well, here's one that he did for me. And it happens to belong in this thread as well:



Randall cut the barrel to 20" and custom installed the break.....I love it!
CMMG lower MK-8, JD upper, DPMS barrel/action/butt stock/everything else,
"Sorry about the cheap optics.....well, it ain't that bad....that Millett 10X50mm actually holds zero and so far so good.

Thanks again Randall, next one will be putting a muzzle on my 700.
and here's a picture of it.....

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Do you mean a thread of all the guns Randall worked on?
Here's one I built from scratch today:



Defiance medium action
Manners T4-A with Terry Cross hardware
Seekins WSM dbm, base and rings
Timney trigger
Krieger #17 8.5T 26"
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Dude, someone stole 2" of your rail system.
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http://www.midwestindustriesinc.com/...ategory_id=288
15"? Dude, that thing should only come in black.....but then again....the tan "dessert" guys probably won't want one.
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Defiance medium action
Manners T4-A with Terry Cross hardware
Seekins WSM dbm, base and rings
Timney trigger
Krieger #17 8.5T 26"
R&D Brake
Harris bipod and loc
love that fitted muzzle look
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My '93 Model 70 SA .308 Heavy Varmint.



Thats cool, '93 huh? Awesome
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What kind of muzzle device is that? a Fake Supressor with a built in comp? Who made that?
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What kind of muzzle device is that? a Fake Supressor with a built in comp? Who made that?
Michael @ Alumaliteusa.com. It is a a shroud with a gemtech coyote style brake incorporated. Got it $85 shipped
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Thats cool, '93 huh? Awesome
Thanks, it stayed unfired in the safe until last year.

Pretty awesome Stag you got there. How do you like your Hawke?
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Old 08-24-2010, 1:38 PM
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Thanks, it stayed unfired in the safe until last year.

Pretty awesome Stag you got there. How do you like your Hawke?
Very nice. Thanks the Hawke is great. I have that scope on 2 rifles. Mechanics are solid are clarity is pretty good. Holds zero 100% great scope, especially for $400.
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Thought I would post an updated pic. Got the USO thanks to Mike @ CS Tactical.
TM lower w/ Timney trigger
Fulton Armory upper w/ 18" DPMS fluted .308 barrel
PWS PRC muzzle comp
DD AR10 rifle length rail
Harris bipod
TIS sling
Badger 22moa rail
USO ST10 mil/mil w/ Gap reticle



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Here is the Remington .308
Only going to look like this till the 18th then off to the smith.
Going with a Manners MCS-T1 stock in GAP camo w/ a mini chassis DBM
Action will be trued
Installing an Obermeyer barrel @ 22" w/ Badger thruster brake
Holland recoil lug
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Timney 510
Badger 20moa rail
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Damn, cj1026, those are some nice rigs! You don't mess around
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Here's mine, stylin' in front of the mirror. Nothing fancy, just solid Remington 700 with a new NF with hi speed turrets...

Getting a muzzle brake installed next week, for added cool factor....um i mean... the added functionality....

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Thanks man.
Lucky for me the wife thinks I trade for everything.
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Rem 700 R5 with Badger 20MOA Base, Badger rings, Leupold Mk4 & Harris Bipod. The most accurate out of the box rifle known to man.

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@cj1026, that paint job is awsome.
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Not totally satisfied with the tallest cheek riser available for the Magpul CTR butt stock on the SAGE Mod 1 EBR stock for my Crazy Horse M21A5 EBR pictured below...





... I jumped at the opportunity to 'upgrade' my M21A5 with the new M14 EBR-RINM-SEI stock and a few additional upgrades.








The new butt stock should meet my needs and the additional upgrades will make the rifle that much better.
I'll post pictures when the rifle returns from SEI. Now I need to put something in my old Mod 1 stock






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It's funny how all the people with scoped semi-autos call them precision rifles...
This thread should be split into two different threads.
Precision Bolt Rifles and Scoped Semi-Auto Rifles.
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How is that funny? There is a well known Palma/Highpower shooter on this very forum that can outshoot 99% of the people on this forum with his AR-15 at 1000 yards. He recently won the F class national championship too, though I'm sure he used a different gun for that.
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How is that funny? There is a well known Palma/Highpower shooter on this very forum that can outshoot 99% of the people on this forum with his AR-15 at 1000 yards. He recently won the F class national championship too, though I'm sure he used a different gun for that.
An iron sighted gun is a "target" rifle.
He used a precision bolt rifle to win the f class.
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I didn't know a semi auto rifle couldn't be considered a precision rifle :/ .
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It's funny how all the people with scoped bolt guns call them precision rifles...
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