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Old 11-12-2007, 4:49 PM
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It could be worse . . . it could be (God forbid) all black . . . the sign of a true tacticool virgin

By the way nice looking rig . . . did you rebarrel and/or true the action and reset the stock barrel?.
hey, i like all black. my next build is going all black too. keep it clean and simple. plus painting your scope decreases the value of the scope.
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hey, i like all black. my next build is going all black too. keep it clean and simple. plus painting your scope decreases the value of the scope.
That's why my scope is still a virgin, at least one of them anyway. I was thinking of camoing Savannah in different shades of pastel though for next season . . . sometimes I get tired of OD, Sand, Coyote Brown, and Black . . .
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It could be worse . . . it could be (God forbid) all black . . . the sign of a true tacticool virgin

By the way nice looking rig . . . did you rebarrel and/or true the action and reset the stock barrel?.
The barrel and action are the two original parts on the gun, but they have been trued. The guy that owned it was a USMC sniper that used it to shoot in the long-range matches. I picked it up as-is for a great deal; with all of the top-end parts on it I wasn't arguing. The stock was $1050 from McMillan, that MK4 is a $1200-1600 piece depending on where you buy it, and the base/rings are in the $300-350 neighborhood. That's not including the time involved in the build and the little extras. For the price I paid I'll take it any day of the week.....

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I'm not worried about CRT's opinion anyway... especially when the link is to something he wrote. Sorry CRT, not all of us can go through life making things up on the internet and then using them for reference in forums. One of these days you'll get a real job instead of that aspiring internet writer thing you try to do. Have you considered gay porn? How about trying out to be the next tub girl.... only you could use Red Bull instead of orange juice..... yeah......





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i think someone got offended. no need to get upset. if you can outshoot the next to you with that rifle, more power to you.

just remember people will critic your rifle if you go camo, and especially if it resembles an m40a1. the m40a1 has a high reputation to hold up to, that's all. shiny things on a real sniper weapon won't look legitimate to people.
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For the record.... I was J/K with CRT.... He knows me well enough to take that completely in jest....

As for the rifle.... I didn't set it up; it came as-is. I wasn't going to argue with the goods as they're top quality and I would have had to spend $3k+ to put it together otherwise.

I'm not sure how well I can shoot it as of yet... a little range time past 100 yards is in order before I make that decision. The guy I got it from was able to shoot groups in the 5" range at 1000 yards, so I know the rifle will do it. Me? That's a good question.....

As far as others critiquing the rifle because it resembles an M40a1.... don't really care.... It is what it is and I'm not going to toss a $1k McMillan stock so it doesn't resemble something or other..... Would you?




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i think someone got offended. no need to get upset. if you can outshoot the next to you with that rifle, more power to you.

just remember people will critic your rifle if you go camo, and especially if it resembles an m40a1. the m40a1 has a high reputation to hold up to, that's all. shiny things on a real sniper weapon won't look legitimate to people.
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How 'bout this... LAK doesn't even know how to use MILDOTS! What kind of maroon does not know how to use MILDOTS??? You are nothing without mildots! Hah Hah Hah.
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How 'bout this... LAK doesn't even know how to use MILDOTS! What kind of maroon does not know how to use MILDOTS??? You are nothing without mildots! Hah Hah Hah.
I hear your mildot is about 3.6" wide.... what's been going into that mildot? Get any Red Bull for your tubgirl demonstration yet?
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It's how you USE the mildot that counts genius. Even a small mildot can make it happen 1000 yards away!

BTW... 2 Sundays ago, I beat Joe, and everyone alse at the folsom 1K tactical shoot- with my 22-250 AI. First place baby. First .22 to win the match, ever, and the highest score recorded at the range.

so there.

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finnally got done building the PSG-1

its a fixed mag set up with some washers under the mag button until i can get it back to a free state. all of the work was performed by me

the first pics are it in process of building the second set are fresh out of park and the third set isit all finished and pretty on my table

still have to zero the scope so you may see it out at lytle creek sometime soon

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here it is fresh out of my park tank





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finished !!!!!

it only took about a year to track down all the parts and about a week to build i think it came out good, the lowest recoiling .308 i've ever fired.

it weighs 17.8lbs and its 48in long









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It's how you USE the mildot that counts genius. Even a small mildot can make it happen 1000 yards away!

BTW... 2 Sundays ago, I beat Joe, and everyone alse at the folsom 1K tactical shoot- with my 22-250 AI. First place baby. First .22 to win the match, ever, and the highest score recorded at the range.

so there.

You beat Joe, huh? I'll have to call and ask him so I know it's true 'cause I don't believe you.....
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Dude... I beat EVERYBODY, and did it with a 22-250. Crazy. Alright- it's a 7.5 twist pacnor polygonal bore, 1.400" OD barrel, bedded into 6 pounds of glass, carbon and kevlar with a LP MK4 TMR.


That PSG is giving me soggy drawers. Just the thought that I'm in geographical proximity to it... wow.

Did you heat treat the thing after welding?
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i purchased the 10 round mag like 12 years ago i was going to block it so i could use my 91 for hunting but i just use my rem700 instead, i kept it around because i always wanted a PSG-1 and the fact that its on a PTR91 receiver in this damn state means i cannot put one of my 20's into it.

no i did not heat treat it. factory H&K's arent heat treated either they aneal them to releive stress. basicly heat the whole thing up and let it cool slowly over time. i've never heard of anyone with a home build haveing any problems as far as stress cracks or etc... as long as the person who put the rifle togeather used a TIG welder and the proper amount of heat for penetration without overheating the part

if you need a 10 rnd mag THMPR i might be able to find one for you give me some time to track one down, last i checked PTR91.com had some but that was a while ago
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My 91/30 with a 3-9x POSP scope. Thanks Randall (ar15barrels) for the machine work - I won't forget that 10$ I owe ya.





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My sniper rifles are no where as cool as everyone else, I am on a tight budget with school. I have to count my Mosin and my deer hunting rifle a sniper rifle, until i could get a real sniper rifle.
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Lucky little guy! I wish my parents let me shoot way back when. I bet he grows up to be one heck of a shooter!
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finished !!!!!

it only took about a year to track down all the parts and about a week to build i think it came out good, the lowest recoiling .308 i've ever fired.

it weighs 17.8lbs and its 48in long



Is that an American made trigger or a foreign one? I'd love to get a new trigger for my SAR8 but it needs to be an American made one.
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NO bipod for big daddy though. I've shot 6 rnds through mine. #'S 4,5,6 WERE all within a nickel at 100 yds.. NOt great but not bad for a box stock rifle and scope. I'll see if I can find the target. I have a $1000+ in the setup and have fired 6 shots in 9 yrs with it. Seems like a waste.
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pic from today from my desert trip

180gr federal really packs a punch!

im also looking for a nut for the bipod i lost it when i was shooting today
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BBl is Christiansen tensioned Carbon fiber.
Bottom is badger
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Safety is a M70 type by ?
Scope is a Loopy 4.5-14x50 TMR
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I made the stock- It'a not modified from another stock- it's 100% handmade. Polyurethane Foam core, Carbon Fiber construction, with a little bit of aramid amid the layers. Wet-sanded down to 800grit, and rubbed with carnuba wax. The rifle sets in a full-length aluminum V block.
The Adjustment in the rear is a wacky design I came up with- the knob in the grip turns the cheekrest up and down. Way over-engineered.

It is NOT that stick-on carbon contact paper.





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BBl is Christiansen tensioned Carbon fiber.
Bottom is badger
Brake is Vais
Trigger is Can-Jar
Safety is a M70 type by ?
Scope is a Loopy 4.5-14x50 TMR
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I made the stock- It'a not modified from another stock- it's 100% handmade. Polyurethane Foam core, Carbon Fiber construction, with a little bit of aramid amid the layers. Wet-sanded down to 800grit, and rubbed with carnuba wax. The rifle sets in a full-length aluminum V block.
The Adjustment in the rear is a wacky design I came up with- the knob in the grip turns the cheekrest up and down. Way over-engineered.

It is NOT that stick-on carbon contact paper.





Very Nice!!! There is a guy I work with who works with carbon fiber, I wish i could do it.. lol

Looks great. Keep up the good work
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BBl is Christiansen tensioned Carbon fiber.
Bottom is badger
Brake is Vais
Trigger is Can-Jar
Safety is a M70 type by ?
Scope is a Loopy 4.5-14x50 TMR
TPS mounts

I made the stock- It'a not modified from another stock- it's 100% handmade. Polyurethane Foam core, Carbon Fiber construction, with a little bit of aramid amid the layers. Wet-sanded down to 800grit, and rubbed with carnuba wax. The rifle sets in a full-length aluminum V block.
The Adjustment in the rear is a wacky design I came up with- the knob in the grip turns the cheekrest up and down. Way over-engineered.

It is NOT that stick-on carbon contact paper.





Holy mother of god.....Nicest rifle I have ever seen....How much for one of those stocks? LOL
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DMPS lower, J&T upper, 24 inch bull barrel, ported, target crown, 8:1 twist, match trigger, Badger Ord. hand guard, Harris Bipod, Weaver gas block, ASA riser, BSA Gold Eye Sidewheel scope.

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I can pop the centers out of clay pigeons at 300 yards (a favorite target). It loves 62gr. hollow points.

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BBl is Christiansen tensioned Carbon fiber.
Bottom is badger
Brake is Vais
Trigger is Can-Jar
Safety is a M70 type by ?
Scope is a Loopy 4.5-14x50 TMR
TPS mounts

I made the stock- It'a not modified from another stock- it's 100% handmade. Polyurethane Foam core, Carbon Fiber construction, with a little bit of aramid amid the layers. Wet-sanded down to 800grit, and rubbed with carnuba wax. The rifle sets in a full-length aluminum V block.
The Adjustment in the rear is a wacky design I came up with- the knob in the grip turns the cheekrest up and down. Way over-engineered.

It is NOT that stick-on carbon contact paper.





WOW!! That is one nice looking stick. Looks like it was made to be carried miles and miles. Needs to be framed and hung on a wall.
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i got to agree also. very nice stock. i love that stock. how much does the stock weigh?
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The stock weighed less than 1 pound (15 oz) before I put in the stem to stern aluminum v block bedding bar, and the adjustable comb hardware, and the dead weight in the forearm, just ahead of the lug, to bring the stock's weight up to a whopping 4 pounds. The barreled action and bottom metal is only another 4 lbs. Damn that carbon fiber!
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My baby.... nice and simple.



Accuracy International .308
AI bipod
1.5 stock
canted rail
adj cheek rest

US Optics
SN3 3.8-22X 44mm
Mil GAP
EREK Knob
luminescent
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Old 01-21-2008, 9:53 PM
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I Luuuuuuv the USO scopes... the power range is great- CQB 2 eye open engagement and 1000 yd + performace w/1 glass... can;t beat it with a loopy- that's for sure. But... I can by like... 2.7 MKIV TMR scopes fpr the same $$.
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Old 01-22-2008, 6:40 AM
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yea, thats true. at alittle over $3K with all the bells and whistles it is abit pricy.... but I couldn't rock no tasco on a AI.

Honestly, I was more excited when I was buying the USO than the AI....
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