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Old 03-20-2013, 9:45 PM
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Latest build using a Savage MKII F. Range time in 2 weeks for test fire.

1/2" rail riser
Paid $70 for the used stock. Bolts on like the AICS WELLS G96 stock.
Was able to slide the action/barrel through the bolt metal housing


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Old 03-21-2013, 6:57 AM
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That's a 22? What's the effective range on that on varmint?
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Old 03-21-2013, 7:06 AM
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want to give up your cheap source for stocks...
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Old 03-21-2013, 7:28 AM
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want to give up your cheap source for stocks...
go to www.airsoftmegastore.com and its a WELLS MB05A. i paid $70 with the 30% discount on CPO (certified pre owned) items. it normally retails for $170
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Old 03-21-2013, 7:30 AM
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That's a 22? What's the effective range on that on varmint?
ya its a bone stock .22LR Savage MKII F.

i dont know the effective range on a varmint. never shot a varmint before.

last week ive been hitting steel targets at 200 yards with bulk ammo when it was sitting in my Barrett M99 conversion. not consistently though

im going to the range again to test it if i can hit 300 yards with this stock

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Old 03-21-2013, 8:14 AM
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go to www.airsoftmegastore.com and its a WELLS MB05A. i paid $70 with the 30% discount on CPO (certified pre owned) items. it normally retails for $170
TY sir.. like I need another hobby.. :X
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Is it just the way the pictures look or is the scope a bit too tall for a proper cheek weld when prone?

Are you shooting prone or off a bench?
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scope a bit too tall for a proper cheek weld
Looks cool..

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Old 03-22-2013, 7:28 AM
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Is it just the way the pictures look or is the scope a bit too tall for a proper cheek weld when prone?

Are you shooting prone or off a bench?
the scope is too tall because i got the wrong scope base. i bought a shorter scope base to bring down the height. ill take some new pics when it gets in.

off a bench.
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Is it just the way the pictures look or is the scope a bit too tall for a proper cheek weld when prone?

Are you shooting prone or off a bench?

Irregardless of cheek weld it's a bad idea to have the scope centerline that far away from the bore. OP the scopes too tall because you've got that tri-rail contraption where the scope should be. Functionally it's compromised but if you were just going for looks... it is cool looking but entirely impractical...
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Old 03-22-2013, 8:11 AM
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Irregardless of cheek weld it's a bad idea to have the scope centerline that far away from the bore. OP the scopes too tall because you've got that tri-rail contraption where the scope should be. Functionally it's compromised but if you were just going for looks... it is cool looking but entirely impractical...
i agree with what youre saying on impractical. its just for looks and steel plinking. these builds are purposely done for form over function. if i can get good groupings on paper, great. if not, its expected. i mainly hang out at the shooting gallery in the pistol bay area.
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Old 03-25-2013, 5:15 PM
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updated with new pics

1/2" scope base came and it looks a lot better now.

perfectly dropped the scope height and rail is closer to the stock
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Not my style of rifle but I have to applaud you and putting together a rifle that fits yours needs and likes for what appears be a reasonable price.p
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What's the purpose of that Magpul AFG? It seems kinda useless there.
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What's the purpose of that Magpul AFG? It seems kinda useless there.
i use it. i also shoot standing up
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Old 04-22-2013, 8:01 AM
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Range time plinking at a shooting gallery in the pistol bay area
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i have a savage MK2 F also. all i added is a 60 buck wall mart scope. i bet my cheapo shoots just as good as your zillion$$$$$$ investment. yours looks cooler though.
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Old 04-26-2013, 12:20 PM
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i have a savage MK2 F also. all i added is a 60 buck wall mart scope. i bet my cheapo shoots just as good as your zillion$$$$$$ investment. yours looks cooler though.
lol im using a Amazon $40 Bushnell scope and a $70 stock.
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lol im using a Amazon $40 Bushnell scope and a $70 stock.
ya got me
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lol im using a Amazon $40 Bushnell scope and a $70 stock.
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i have a savage MK2 F also. all i added is a 60 buck wall mart scope. i bet my cheapo shoots just as good as your zillion$$$$$$ investment. yours looks cooler though.
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ya got me
I just bought a Savage MKII TR, with Bushnell Banner + Harris bi-pod... and I bet I spent more then both of you put together. I wish I would have read this thread first
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