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Old 10-04-2013, 5:55 AM
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R&D Precision 22" 308 in AI 2.0

SPS Tac 16.5" .223 in a Manners T4A

Which model is that USO scope?
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Old 10-04-2013, 6:26 AM
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Which model is that USO scope?


ST10 MOA/MOA GAP Reticle EREK - These were custom builds Mike@CSTactical.
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I recieved my McMillan stock (3 1/3 mo)
Here she sits. My attempt at building an M40a5 style weopon

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20" Remington 700 SPS-AAC
.308
Surefire muzzle break
Badger USMC DMR scope rings
20MOA base
Leupold Mk4 4.5X16X50
4' Lens shade
McMillan A4 stock,USMC battlefield conf.
Badger M5 detachable magazine
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Old 10-06-2013, 4:15 PM
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Finally some load development a few days ago after installing the brake. It was quite an interesting experience with the lovely 30+ mph Santa Ana winds.

Long story short, this rifle has proved amazing so far...


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Old 10-06-2013, 4:43 PM
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Finally some load development a few days ago after installing the brake. It was quite an interesting experience with the lovely 30+ mph Santa Ana winds.

Long story short, this rifle has proved amazing so far...


What is your barrel elngth?
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Old 10-06-2013, 6:48 PM
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What is your barrel elngth?
16.5 inch, 1:10 twist. I have, over the years, found myself going shorter and shorter in barrel length.
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Interesting o-o now I am totally curious how fast I am pushing my 178gr. I have a similar load to yours 178gr 41.5gr tac cci br2 2.800 out of a rem700 aac 20".... I shold totally invest in a chrony :|
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Old 10-06-2013, 7:42 PM
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Interesting o-o now I am totally curious how fast I am pushing my 178gr. I have a similar load to yours 178gr 41.5gr tac cci br2 2.800 out of a rem700 aac 20".... I shold totally invest in a chrony :|
I'm guessing you should be around 2500 with your load. Are you using Hornady bullets? How far you shooting?

My chronograph has been one of the best investments since reloading. I'm using a magnetospeed.

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Old 10-06-2013, 7:45 PM
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I'm guessing you should be around 2500 with your load. Are you using Hornady bullets? How far you shooting?

My chronograph has been one of the best investments since reloading. I'm using a magnetospeed.

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600 and 950ish yards based off google earth . Yup went with Hornady and I will eventually purchase a chrony once I finish up college and find myself a job of course xD
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Old 10-11-2013, 9:53 AM
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Details:
- Remington 700 SPS Tactical 16.5" .223 / 5.56 Threaded 1:9
- Leupold CQBSS 1.1-8x24 M-TMR
- Larue LT104 34mm QD Scope Mount
- EGW Lightweight Optical Platform
- Modular Driven Technologies (MDT) LSS Chassis
- KRG Bolt Lift
- GG&G XDS Bipods
- HK 11 Slot Bottom Rail (Custom Install)
- Mcree Precision Forward Optical Mount (Custom Install)
- Magpul CTR Buttstock
- Larue Prone Optimized Device (POD)
- ACE Folding Hinge (Custom Install)
- Cerakote Flat Dark Earth (FDE) Finishes

Other items Cerakoted FDE:
- Smith & Wesson M&P.40
- Cadex "Bird Cage" for Leupold MK IV Spotting Scope

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That's a Mcree chassis too as well isn't it?
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Old 10-11-2013, 7:51 PM
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DTA-SRS in 308 with Premier Heritage 5-25


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Old 10-11-2013, 8:51 PM
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That's a Mcree chassis too as well isn't it?
No sir, it is the Light Sniper System (LSS) Chassis made by Modular Driven Technologies (MDT) .with several custom modifications. Hope this helps, Tim
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Old 10-14-2013, 12:49 AM
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Some FINE rifles you've all got!

Here's my humble contribution


Rem700 wearing McRee's Precision 5 by ultimatetaba88, on Flickr


Rem700 wearing McRee's Precision 4 by ultimatetaba88, on Flickr


Rem700 wearing McRee's Precision 3 by ultimatetaba88, on Flickr


Rem700 wearing McRee's Precision 2 by ultimatetaba88, on Flickr


Rem700 wearing McRee's Precision by ultimatetaba88, on Flickr


Long Range by ultimatetaba88, on Flickr


McRee's Precision by ultimatetaba88, on Flickr
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How well does that brake tame the recoil on that 223?!?!?!
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Old 10-14-2013, 9:34 PM
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How well does that brake tame the recoil on that 223?
hahha, good catch!
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hahha, good catch!
I'm going to guess that the brake is upside down???
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I'm going to guess that the brake is upside down???
Nope.
Look at the magazine.
What kind is it?
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Nope.
Look at the magazine.
What kind is it?
ahhh 223
so that brake = practically no recoil?
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What kind is it?
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so that brake = practically no recoil?
With or without the brake, that rifle has practically no recoil.
The brake is just on there for looks.
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With or without the brake, that rifle has practically no recoil.
The brake is just on there for looks.
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1994 Rem 700 Classic in 6.5x55
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Here is my new R700 in .300WM all finished. Finally got the Bushnell ERS and the Witt Machine muzzle break...couldn't be happier. Took it out to 1450m on 18"x39.75" SRT and was very happy with the results.

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R700 .308 win
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DaleAGribble, that is a beautiful setup. I think I can pretty much tell you what is on there, but what are some of the little specs. Base, Barrel, bolt work, etc.
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DaleAGribble, that is a beautiful setup. I think I can pretty much tell you what is on there, but what are some of the little specs. Base, Barrel, bolt work, etc.
Douglas barrel 26"
Palma 95 match 308 chamber
Badger bolt knob
Bolt handle screwed to the body
Trued receiver
Jp recoil eliminator brake
Rock solid stock
Older style remington trigger ( not x mark pro)
Tactical precision 20 moa steel base
AICS mags
Bushnell HDMR 3.5x21-50 with G-2 reticle
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Bolt screwed to body

Muzzle brake

Rock solid stock ( it's thin )

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How's perceived recoil on that recoil eliminator?
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How's perceived recoil on that recoil eliminator?
Very light. It's amazing how well it works.
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18" barrel 1/10 5r
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Ross schuler muzzlebrake
Weaver grand slam tactical 3x10x40
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Are those boar feet at the bottom of your pic?
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Good eye, it was a feral hog taken last night. Small pack of about 25+ a lot bigger ones but i didnt want those ones. They came charging right at me after grazing for a bit.

Picture above was taken earlier today with a slightly newer camo update.
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Here's a few pics of my M24 Rebuild. This is as it came from Remington. I'm very happy with it so far. Only 15 rounds down the tube. The group (~.43") was shot during break in - prone off the bipod with M118LR. These are shots 6-10. Rounds 1-5 were sighters, 11-16 were taken out to 675 yards. Better pics to come. This may finally be a rifle I don't monkey with!
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Here's a few pics of my M24 Rebuild. This is as it came from Remington. I'm very happy with it so far. Only 15 rounds down the tube. The group (~.43") was shot during break in - prone off the bipod with M118LR. These are shots 6-10. Rounds 1-5 were sighters, 11-16 were taken out to 675 yards. Better pics to come. This may finally be a rifle I don't monkey with!
Being former US Army 11B, I would love to get an M24. But I don't have $4k for the rifle, let alone $2k or more for the glass to go with it.
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Its $3800 for the complete system (scope included). Check out the M24 rebuild program on the Remington defense website, you might qualify. If you have active duty family or friends, I'd let them know about it.

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How about a genuine old school sniper?
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