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This is a discussion on Lets see your target gun within the Bolt Action Rifles forums, part of the Long Gun Forum category; Originally Posted by Et2ss Well this is my target gun.........if'n you consider woodchucks targets .204 Ruger As soon as I get my new barrel in, ...


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Old 11-22-2009, 09:32 AM   #41
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Well this is my target gun.........if'n you consider woodchucks targets .204 Ruger

As soon as I get my new barrel in, mine will look just like this one but minus the sun shade on the front of the scope. The sun shade will be an additional purchase.
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Old 11-22-2009, 09:37 AM   #42
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here is my target gun
M28 sig

don't laugh this one pissed off alot of the M-1 shooters on the firing line.
 
Old 11-22-2009, 10:16 AM   #43
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I will have to wait to get out with the Remington 700 ADL in .223 Rem, as this also creates real problems for coyotes, prairie dogs and our massive Richardson Gophers around here.
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Since you said it is a shooter . I bet it is a Swiss made one http://russian-mosin-nagant.com/forum/i ... ic=14370.0
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Old 11-22-2009, 03:22 PM   #45
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the barrel was made by sig( Swiss firm of Schweizerische Industrie-Gessellschaft)and the rifle was made and tuned tuned by sako.if they didn't print MOA at 100 meters it didn't leave the factory.not bad for 1928 .

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Is it a 7.62x54r or did they make into something like a 8.15x46r like they did the target Masuers .
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its a finn so 7.62X53R
 
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here is my target gun
M28 sig
don't laugh this one pissed off alot of the M-1 shooters on the firing line.
When I move to TX you better have it tuned up good , we will see if it can beat my tanker Garand ... There is a bottle of pop riding on it . And we will see if the Ft Hood " hood " do against the Tn " stomp jumper "
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Old 11-23-2009, 10:56 AM   #49
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The Accu-trigger is really nice, but I wish it had the "varmint" trigger on it, which is red, and extremely light. The only other factory trigger that I can compare it to was the one on my Weatherby MK V. I'd read of triggers "breaking like a glass rod" but until that Weatherby, I could only wonder...
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This is a 300 win mag 20 MOA rail weaver leupold pwr rings Bushnell elite 6500 4.5-30X50 scope bedded and pillared on the Bell and Carlson all allunimum and composite stoke!!!! By taking the h.s . persisicion. Stock off and putting a B and C stock on it is the same rifle as the police 700 win mag PSS police super sniper but half the cost e xactly same rifle

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Old 04-06-2015, 09:30 AM   #51
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5R Mil Spec 2012

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5R Mil Spec 308 10th anniversary edition with Bushnell elite 4200 6-24X50 h.s . persisicion allunimum and kevlar stock totally bedded including 20 MOA base timney trigger #7 contour barrel with is 2 inches shorter than PSS barrel is the same ones used in the M24 M40 sniper rifle . Military designed bullet for Percission stricks out to 1100 meters! !!

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Here are a few of mine. Both in .308. One is a Savage Model 10-FP. The other is a Savage Model 12-FT/R. The 12-FT/R is a true target rifle. Single shot action with the target Accutrigger. It lets off at about 1 to 1-1/2 pounds, and breaks like a glass rod. It has the 30" Stainless Steel heavy barrel, and is very accurate. Both guns have the Bushnell 5-15X Tactical Elite scope in 40 MM. Rings are Burris Signature Zee rings with the plastic inserts.

Both guns are 2 of the most accurate I have. About the only 2 others that come close are a couple of heavy barreled Remington 700's. One in .22-250, and the other in .25-06. Both of those I've had since the late 70's. The quarter I took out with the .25-06 on a bet at 150 yards, back in the early 80's. I forget the handload I was using. I remember the bullet was a Sierra 117 Gr. Matchking seated out to the lands.

One other rifle that really surprised me accuracy wise, was my Weatherby Mark V Accumark in .338-378 Weatherby Magnum. The groups shown were the first fired on it's first trip to the range back in 1999. Since then I've found it to be even more accurate with the 300 Gr. Sierra Matchking and a healthy dose of WC-872 powder. Federal 215M primers with everything. I've found it to be surprisingly accurate for a sporter.

















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In .22 rimfire, the most accurate rifle I have is a Browning A-Bolt Gold Medallion Grade I bought new back in the 80's. It's been long since discontinued. It's beautifully made rifle. That's a crappy scan of a picture I took back when I bought it. Right after they discontinued them I found a distributor in North Carolina who had a bunch of 5 and 15 round Browning magazines for them. I didn't have any extras, so I ended up buying 6 of each. I was really glad I did because today they're really expensive.... Assuming you can even find them.



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Great shooting ................ I see some of my pic disappeared So I reposted them .











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