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Old 01-22-2008, 8:13 AM
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My baby.... nice and simple.

Accuracy International .308
AI bipod
1.5 stock
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US Optics
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Very, very nice setup!

How do you like the AI AE? I'm seriously thinking about one of those (or maybe even the AI AW).
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Old 01-22-2008, 8:38 AM
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Very, very nice setup!

How do you like the AI AE? I'm seriously thinking about one of those (or maybe even the AI AW).
the AE is GREAT....! I would be nice to have a higher capacity clip other than 5. but with the price increse in '08 even the AE (which use to be the affordable version base around $2K) starts @ $3200. The AW in .308 is now $5500.
I still need money for good optics (budget was to stay with in $6K), so rather than going all out and get the AW & go with a cheaper scope. I opted to go with a balance of good scope/good rifle.
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the AE is GREAT....! I would be nice to have a higher capacity mag other than 5.
fixed for ya

sorry, im a nazi about that....
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Heres mine;

Howa Axium 22-250
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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....
Straight up... ANY good premium scope is more exciting to me than AI rifles. I cannot subscribe to the hype there. PLenty o' bad guys been shot from looong way with Remmy on a Mcmillan or HS. Truth is, to land a cold bore long range, takes 50% shooter skill, 40% glass, 10% accurate and consistant rifle.
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Heres mine;

Howa Axium 22-250
Nikon 4-16 tactical (old style mil-dot)
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30mm Smith enterprize rings

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Old 01-22-2008, 10:03 PM
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Richard, that is one fine looking rifle there , did you do the painting on it? Nice job my friend...
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Old 01-23-2008, 11:06 AM
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Richard, that is one fine looking rifle there , did you do the painting on it? Nice job my friend...
I used krylons ultra flat camo paint, cheep and easy to use. I just broke the gun down into its componets, taped off anything I didn't want painted and sprayed everything down with brake cleaner that needed paint. I primed everything with a self-etching primer, then applied the base coat color which was sand. After everything cured I reassembled the rifle then added the OD striping.

paint,tape,primer, and break cleaner came to less than 20.00 bucks.

After 8 months of it banging around in my pickup and general abuse, i'm quite impressed with the finnish. Theres only a couple of spots that need touchup mainly where it rubs in the gun rack.


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Ok maybe old school 308 but still effective!



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r+d built custom remington 700 sa, rock barrel fluted, pinned holland recoil lug, badger brake, seekins 20moa base and 35mm rings, aics 2.0, uso sn3 t-pal 35mm. shoots like a dream.

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Old 01-29-2008, 6:52 AM
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Looks great Pete. That scope looks nice! Can't wait to see it. It sucks I have to compete against that thing now!
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r+d built custom remington 700 sa, rock barrel fluted, pinned holland recoil lug, badger brake, seekins 20moa base and 35mm rings, aics 2.0, uso sn3 t-pal 35mm. shoots like a dream.
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Old 01-29-2008, 8:30 AM
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The rifle looks great Pete. Very EBR!
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I'm abit confused? Are you going for precision shooting or CQB?
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I'm abit confused? Are you going for precision shooting or CQB?
He is probably just waiting for some high rings or the Larue SPR mount.

(or funds for them)
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r+d built custom remington 700 sa, rock barrel fluted, pinned holland recoil lug, badger brake, seekins 20moa base and 35mm rings, aics 2.0, uso sn3 t-pal 35mm. shoots like a dream.
That rifle can be MY dream. :-)
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Looks great Pete. That scope looks nice! Can't wait to see it. It sucks I have to compete against that thing now!
it's the indian not the bow. whatevers, huh? if everyone is on their game, equipment will play a factor.
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Here's my contribution:

Krylon'ed up rifle (Krylon CAMO)

Savage 10 .308 20" BBL
B&C stock


The best Krylon paint job that I've seen so far.
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Sako TRG-22
Nightforce 3.5x15 NXS
Baby Brother is a Sig P220 Carry

So far with a few handloads I've gotten sub .5 MOA with 155 Lapua Scenars and 175 SMK's. Now I've got to think about duracoating her - I can just imagine this baby in Crye multicam...
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Cobb FA(t) BMG .50 with a Nightforce 12-42x56
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Springfield M1A SuperMatch 7.62x51 with a JAE-100 stock and a Nightforce 3.5-15x50
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Rem 700 .308 Shilen H-S Precision PST25 stock,glass bedded with custom stippling on grip and forearm, H-S Precision Detachable Mag, Shilen Match trigger, Hollands firing pin and spring. Shilen 24" heavy contour select match barrel installed by Shilen!
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How well does the SuperMatch shoot? I've been told they still can't break an MOA.

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I haven't got the SuperMatch quite broken in or really zeroed yet for any truly tight shooting.

I'm guessing that it can shoot better then I can, but I've only put about 65 rounds through it. However, when I have had it out at the range just shooting steel, there was no problem tagging the center of the steel out at 600yrds (but that's not really saying much with a decent rifle and a decent scope). I was able to pick off rocks and little bushes out where they use to have plates at 800 yards. (this was/is out at Angeles Shooting Range off the 210 in LA)
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300 Weatherby sako action ~30" fluted Hart barrel (belongs to the old man but doesn't fit in his safe, so it sleeps in mine) -



If anyone has seen a gun setup like this before pm me, the old man was wondering who built it - he bought it at a show probably 10-15 years back.
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Not me in the pic, but this guy got the precision rifle down to perfection. Check out those custom scope mounts.



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My yugo mauser and ati stock....just got it done, gimme a week and ill tell you how it shoots
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My current collection. This is stuff that's not available for sale because I like them too much to part with them.



1) REMINGTON 700 5R MILSPEC .308 RIFLE, NIKON MONARCH 2.5-10x40 SCOPE, WARNE 1 PC BASE, WARNE THROW LEVEL RINGS, HARRIS 6-9" BIPOD, BLACKHAWK CHEEK PAD w/ AMMO CARRIER & POCKET (CURRENTLY BEING REVISED, WILL POST NEW PICTURES ONCE DONE)

2) CMMG M4 RIFLE, TRIJICON TA31F ACOG SCOPE, KAC FLIP-UP REAR SIGHT, KAC RAS HANGUARDS, KAC RAIL COVERS, HOGUE GRIP, LMT CRANE BUTTSTOCK, MAGPUL ENHANCED TRIGGER GUARD, CHIP MCCORMICK MATCH TRIGGER, BUSHMASTER 10 ROUND MAGAZINE, PRINCE50 MAGLOCK, NYLON SLING, ANTI-ROTATION TRIGGER PINS

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