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Old 10-05-2011, 6:35 PM
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Yep, I stand corrected. After I typed that I went out to the reloading room and discovered the exact opposite of what I said.

But.....my rifles are set up the "proper"(prone) way!
No prob, we all make mistakes!

To those people who are set up for bench, try setting it back about a inch for prone instead (if you are into shooting prone) because you can shoot like that on the bench you just have to adjust your position slightly. With a "bench" eye relief it is near impossible to get a comfortable sight box on prone.

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Old 10-06-2011, 3:30 AM
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sweet jesus there are some high dollar rifles in here. Wish I had just one of them! Very nice guys/gals.
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Old 10-06-2011, 7:12 AM
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All my guns are zeroed from prone. You should zero in the position you'll do most of your shooting from.
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Old 10-10-2011, 12:01 AM
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Hey Jesse, this is Josh that works at B2 in Cotati. I recognized the AI and AR

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Old 10-10-2011, 12:45 AM
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Funny thing about this thread:

You can tell who the real prone shooters are and who always shoots from the bench by where they mount their scopes for eye relief.

haha, I had such a hard time with this when I did my scope mounting. Since I like to shoot off a bench and prone.

My fix was an adjustable PRS stock. It still doesnt feel as good as it should for prone shooting.
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My latest 308 build:



Built around an 18" DPMS SASS barrel. Scope is a BSA 4-14X44 MRAD FFP from Midway USA. Tactial Machining 80% lower with RRA 2 stage trigger mated to a SI Defense billet upper and Troy 13.8" MRF forend. No groups yet as I haven't had a chance to take it out to the range yet.
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Old 10-14-2011, 8:32 PM
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here is my budget build i plan to upgrade my optics as soon as my funds permit me to


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Old 10-16-2011, 10:04 AM
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Default Remington 700

Rem 700 sps tac
leupold vx3
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Old 10-16-2011, 11:50 AM
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Show what you got guys!
Here are some photos of an FNH A3G that I used to own. One of the best out-of-the box precision rifles ever. I prefer the Model 70 CRF action over the Remington and I really liked it - it was very smooth and well-finished, and was a solid 1/2 MOA rifle with BHs' 175s'.

However, once I got my Tac Ops X-Ray 51 there was no point in keeping the A3 G as theres' just no substitute for a Tac Ops. Maybe someday I'll buy a bare FN SPR action and have Tac Ops build on it. I've also posted some photos of my X-Ray 51 in the two posts below this one.

The A3 G wore a USO SN-3 3.2-17X 44mm Lo Pro ERGO. The SN-3 has a 35mm tube, 0.1 MIL EREK Knob, 0.1 MIL LH U.S. #3 Windage Knob, Green Illuminated GAP reticle, and 4" ARD. You can see the rear of the A3 G's skeletonized OPS2 Ti Rail in the last photo.

I also installed a Jewell Trigger and a Tubb's SpeedLock (hybrid aluminum/steel Firing Pin & Cocking Piece) Assembly. Check-out photos #4 and #5 for SpeedLock close-ups.

A3 G with SN-3 3.2-17X 44mm Lo Pro with 35mm tube, 0.1 MIL EREK Knob, 0.1 MIL LH U.S. #3 Windage Knob, and 4" ARD:


Lets' take a closer look:


Detail shots of LH U.S.#3 M40 0.1 MIL Windage Knob:


Detail shots of Tubb's SpeedLock Firing Pin & Cocking Piece:


Assembled Tubb's SpeedLock Firing Pin & Cocking Piece ready to be spun into the A3 G's bolt:


Overhead view of the rear of the A3 G's skeletonized OPS2 titanium rail:



See my two posts below this one for photos of my Tac Ops X-Ray 51...


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Old 10-16-2011, 11:51 AM
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Default Tac Ops X-Ray 51 in "Tac Ops OD" Green-T

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Below are some photos of my Tac Ops X-Ray 51 in "Tac Ops OD" Green-T & Black-T Birdsong. The X-Ray's barreled action sits in a re-worked McMillan A5 with a non-adjustable cheekpiece and with Williams bottom metal. Right now my X-Ray 51's action, bottom metal, and other metal is currently at Birdsong to be re-coated/re-matched after having Tac Ops re-fit my action and the Tac Ops Bottom Metal into a new, re-worked McMillan A5 with KMW Cheekpiece hardware. I'll try to remenber to post new photos once I get my X-Ray back and re-zero it.

Tac Ops X-Ray 51 in "Tac Ops OD" Green-T and Black-T w/PMII 5-25X and Mark 4 Highs on Tac Ops 40 MOA Two-Piece Base:



Tac Ops "times" the screws. Notice that the letters "YFS" on the screws that secure this Anschutz Rail are all top center:


Closeup of perfectly timed Anschutz Rail screws:


Birdsong Finishes are only .0002-.0003" thick, so they're applied to every part - even the tiniest spring, protecting inside & out:




Tac Ops X-Ray 51 photos continued below...


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X-ray 51 photos continued...



Square shouldered Class 3A threaded barrel and matching Class 3B thread protector:




Some of the engravings on my right hand Tac Ops X-Ray 51. All Tac Ops engraving is done the old-fashioned way with a hammer & chisel:





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Old 10-16-2011, 1:26 PM
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Old 10-19-2011, 11:15 PM
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old build from '97...

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Old 10-21-2011, 7:50 PM
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Closeup of perfectly timed Anschutz Rail screws:
Can someone tell me where I can get one of these rails? I can't find them anywhere
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Old 10-22-2011, 12:02 AM
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Here's my current set

i just jizzed in my pants! an AIAW AND a AIAX with a S&B on both of them! holy hell. i would feel luck just to have one of those. this e-5 pay just doesn't cut it when i see that
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Old 10-22-2011, 11:48 AM
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Default 700 Bolt Gun Project (in .223)

I just finished putting together this little bolt gun project I've been working on after a year of aquiring the parts.

Here's what I put into it:
  • Rem 700 SPS Tactical (.223) - Receiver & Barrel
  • Bolt knob by Keith Johns @ AZ Precision
  • Timney Trigger
  • Rad Tac Bottom Metal by Randy @ R&D Precision
  • Accuracy International 10 rnd. Magazine
  • EGW 20 MOA Scope Base
  • Nikon M-223, 3 -12 x 42 FS BDC 600 Scope
  • Leupold QRW Quick Release Scope Rings
  • Manners MCS-T2-700 Stock
  • Harris S BRM Bipod (6"-9") w/ Alpha-Bravo Locking Lever




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My savage 10

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Old 10-27-2011, 1:13 AM
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My pair of precision toys:
- Sako TRG-22 20" / USO SN-3 3.2-17x RDP-MOA
- (newly acquired) GAP Crusader / USO SN-3 SSDS 3.5-17x

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Very nice. the numbers please, the stats?
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I don't think I can even afford to feed them..
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Very nice. the numbers please, the stats?




Rifle:
90's Production Remington PSS in .308 (From custom shop days)
Barrel chopped and re-crowned @ 22"
Bolt knob and barrel crown by R-D Precision
AICS 1.5 Short Action (green skins on the way but the black is growing on me).
Warne 20 MOA slanted base
SEI tactical rings

Optic:
US Optics 3.2-17x44
Premier Gen II XR reticle
30mm tube
0.1 Mil/Mil adjusted with Erec Knob
Red push button illumination
2" Sunshade with ARD

1/2 MOA with 168 Fed SMK
1-1.5 MOA with cheap AE 150gr - Perfect for steel targets.

Thanks for asking.

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Old 11-12-2011, 7:22 PM
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Rem 700. XLR chassis
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Old 11-13-2011, 10:41 PM
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pretty stock 110BA.

Need to ditch the accu-trigger ASAP. Other than that, no complaints

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Old 11-16-2011, 1:34 PM
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barreled action done up by Mark at SAC.

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Old 11-21-2011, 5:58 PM
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Very nice looking rig.
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old build from '97...

Wow, is that a real PSG-1 or a clone? Stats???
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Old 11-23-2011, 11:45 AM
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^^^supersonic - it's actually an HK SR9 that I traded an HK91 for it in the closing days of the '97 Kali AWB. Decided to upgrade it to "TC" configuration by swapping the original flimsy butthole stock with a PSG1 one along with the trigger, pistol grip and a 91 hand guard (which cost a whole lot less back then). It was much cheaper to go this route since a true PSG1 was about $12k brand new. The real limitations of this setup is the fixed 16x SuperSniper which I'd like to swap for a variable Schmidt/Bender. 8 yrs ago I was only able to get 1 - 1.25 grps at 100yards w/ 168 grn black hills firing as slow as a bolt action - it has since defaulted to safe queen status b/c a well built AR10 & M1A can perform just as good for less.
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Old 11-24-2011, 1:35 AM
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old build from '97...

Nice 1970's Challenger, what's the actual year and engine?
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Old 11-24-2011, 10:33 AM
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^^^^IsaacGlass - great eye. Without putting the thread into a tangent, it is a '70 burnt orange Challenger convertible that I've owned for over 20 years now. Numbers matching 383 engine w/ 727 trans (but factory flat hood, non R/T). Good summer car but I can't decide whether I should completely restore it (few minor rust issues) or keep it original since it runs & drives great. Have other projects: '68 Charger, a '67 Mustang Coupe, '57 Chevy Truck, '86 k5 Blazer....its like rifles, can't own just one! (plus an understanding wife makes a big difference). BTW: Where'd you get your signature pic?
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Old 11-24-2011, 12:14 PM
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Twins.

Sako TRG-42 and TRG-22 with S&B PMII 5-25x

(different colors to ensure I don't pick up the wrong gun to the range)

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^^^^IsaacGlass - great eye. Without putting the thread into a tangent, it is a '70 burnt orange Challenger convertible that I've owned for over 20 years now. Numbers matching 383 engine w/ 727 trans (but factory flat hood, non R/T). Good summer car but I can't decide whether I should completely restore it (few minor rust issues) or keep it original since it runs & drives great. Have other projects: '68 Charger, a '67 Mustang Coupe, '57 Chevy Truck, '86 k5 Blazer....its like rifles, can't own just one! (plus an understanding wife makes a big difference). BTW: Where'd you get your signature pic?
There, fixed it for you being ya' wanted to avoid going off onto a tangent!
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My new .284 Winchester.

UGSW 911 Action
Brux 30.5" barrel
Manners MCS Mini Chassis
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I should be able to throw 180 VLD's a mile away or so.

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Here is my precision rifle, I recently re-barreled it and am happy to be running a fresh tube! Any of you guys shoot precision rifle matches?



Stiller TAC-30
Rock Creek 5R MTU 1-8" 6.5mm 27"
Chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor
AI 2.0 (now in a McRee chassis)
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Picked up her from jail today. Already had a B&C M40 Medallist stock in OD waiting. Put it all together. I also replaced the broken hammer pin on the AR.



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Remington 700SPS Varmint .204 Ruger cut down to 20", Bell & Carlson M40 Stock, EGW Bolt Knob, Timney Trigger set at 1.5lbs, Weaver 3-15x50 on Leupold M4 Rings and EGW Base, Harris Bipod, Tactical Component Mag Xtender



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my xmas present...early! will take some better pics soon.

Savage 10 FCP-K .308
badger ordnance 20 MOA base
karsten cheek rest
shooters ridge bi-pod
Millett LRS-1 scope
Millett rings (that are a bit too high lol)
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