Nuevo M (long-range) action

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  1. Alex Wheeler

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    This is a project I have been working on with Chris Harris from bullet central. The long-range Nuevo actions are finally here!
    1.350" round with flat bottom, integral lug and rail, dual port, drop port, single port, ext. All the ignition and accuracy tech that made the original great, but in a platform that works for LR BR and F-open. Bullet Central is the dealer, I can order them for customer builds as well.

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    That's a great looking action. Curious about weight and trigger options. I assume there is a hanger?
     
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    Alex,
    Today, I have a Bat B & MB action. Understand that the newest product is fun, but do you see the Nevuro action improving results from 500 to 1000 yds?
    Ben
     
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    Any need to time these or do they come ready to go?
     
  6. Alex Wheeler

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    Yes theres a trigger hanger and will be timed to a BixNAndy out of the box. 46oz or so. Dont quote me yet. Easy for f-class and it wont be a problem for a light gun in Br either so long as you plan it out.
    I do see the Nuevo as having more raw accuracy potential. I will just hit on a few of the larger points for now.
    Ignition energy, more firing pin fall, spring, and many features to reduce drag that are unique. This is the big one.
    Lug contact, the horizontal lugs always have a portion in contact
    Bolt fit, you can fit a round bolt much better and tighter than one with raceways
    The flat bottom is superior if bedding only, glue ins wont matter
    Theres a safety feature as well when there is no race way, the gases are sealed off very well in case of a case head separation.
     
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    $899 Christmas special?
     
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    It looks great. You owe it to yourself to build YOUR gun around this.
     
  9. swd

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    Alex, how long of a case will it drop? Looks great!
     
  10. Alex Wheeler

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    This first run was set up for the br cases. There is talk of longer ports, but I question the popularity of them as well as the issues feeding a drop port in the prone (f-open). The decision will not be mine to make however. I guess if you guys want them, call and ask. Demand will drive what is produced no doubt.
     
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    Very nice, look forward to more info
     
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    Very nice. The neuvo is a gamechanger in the short range world
     
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    When are these shipping?

    dropper for 47mm case in my case but I'm willing to mill it myself need be.
     
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  14. Rushty

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    So the Neuvo is popular among SRBR shooters?
     
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    Alex,
    Would you please explain "The flat bottom is superior if bedding only" ? Just very curious.

    Thanks,
    Richard
     
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    SEXY.............;)
     
  17. Alex Wheeler

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    This first run was made for the BR case as thats what I wanted.
     
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  18. Alex Wheeler

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    The first batch is done but all pre sold. More are in line to be made so if you want want a 47 drop, you can either mill it, no big deal, or they may offer other port options if the demand is there.
     
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    I have proven to myself a flat bottom/sided action will gain less accuracy by gluing than a round action. So if I could not glue an action in, I would prefer to use a square/flat bottom action. I will still be gluing these in by the way.
     
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    I believe this is due to the superior torsional resistance of a flat receiver as the bullet generates torque on the action while traveling down the bore. Round receivers have no adequate surfaces to resist the torsion (other than perhaps a recoil lug or small recoil surface), thus glueing helps them more.
     
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