Official Gun Pix 'Pride & Joy' Thread

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  1. Mike

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    Trued Remington 6mm BR and my dog, Nugget
     
  2. Doemaster

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    Not as fancy as some others but :
    6br with a rem action
    McClennan barrel in 1-14
    Jewell trigger
    McMillan stock
    36X B&L
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  3. CentrePunch

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    Here is my 22-250 ackley:

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    Polished Stiller Predator action, Polished 1-14 twist Lilja Sendero profile barrel, Vais Muzzle brake, Mcmillan Marksman stock Rifle Basix trigger.
    All smithed by me

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  4. ChrisT

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    Trued Rem700,switch barrel,6BR/6PPC,Maddco barrel 1:14,T36,3lever trigger,HS stock.
     

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  5. kw

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    I fance a new gun after looking at them
    Realy would like a 308

    Kevin
     
  6. andy_the_marksman

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    yeh a.308 is by far the best calibre i have.

    only downside is that the barrel life is quite short compared to the rest of my small bore rifles.
     
  7. Mausersniper

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    Official Gun Pix 'Pride & Joy' Thread

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    I am Walter Huwel and i live in Belgium.

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    Anschutz BR 250 "lion of Flanders
    54 match action and barrel.
    Stock from Kelbly,s.
    Front rest from SEB.
    Optic leapers accushot 8-32x56
    Barrel tuner from Varide cicognani
    Rear Bag from Varide cicognani.
    Paintbrush stock and rest of myself.

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    And my other rifles for BR 250

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  8. smackumdown

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    my new f class switch barrel rig
    6mmbr and 6.5-284
    built by neil mckillop in uk
    rpa intercepter action with anodised blue trigger
    kreiger 6.5 8 twist barrel 30'' 1.250 straight cont
    11 dgre target crown
    6mmbr 8 twist .269 nk 27''
    shehane mbr tracker in blue meadow
    unfortunatly beer, women and cars also take up a large amount of my money so i havnt got a decent scope for it yet hope u like it!!!
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  9. Mark Walker in TX

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  10. AQC440

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    Here is my BR rig
    Trued Remington 700 SA
    1-8 twist Kreiger barrel chambered in 6mmBR
    Mounted in A McRee stock w/benchrest forend
    finished in black Duracoat w/ airbrushed carbon
    fiber center section. Shoots n the 0's
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  11. 6BRonwheels

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    This is my 6mm BR with a Spencer barrel and a Nesika action.
     

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  12. CyaN1de

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    Some nice guns in here.

    Here are my 2 F-Class rigs.
    Trued XR-100 Actions, Factory XR-100 Stocks, Krieger 1:8 Twist in 6BR, Jewell Triggers, NF BR 12-42X56 NP-2DD, Rempel Bi-Pod.

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    Here are a couple of groups I shot during break in with a throw together load.
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  13. lmorrison17

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    6.5x47 Lawton 7500 1.450" RB/LP/RE, Lawton 20MOA Rail, Krieger 8.5/1 Cut 25", Franklin made Lowrider stock in desert camo inletted pillerd and finished by smith, Jewell trigger, B&L pre 4000 series 36x scope. All smithed by Bob Green. The pics don't do it justice It is a work of art.

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  14. M700

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    Factory rifles allowed? Here's my favorite hunting rifle; .25-06 Rem 700 CDL with a fixed 6x Leupold scope. Not fancy but a good hunting rifle that keeps bringing home the venison. Easy to carry, and it shoots well.
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    For 12 years I've been using this .308 Rem 700 as a do-everything rifle. McMillan stock. Krieger 1:12 twist 24" barrel. Shoots well. I use it in NRA prone competition, some tactical comps, hunting and as my duty rifle.
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    Regards, Guy
     
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  15. LRCampos

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    It just arrived home this week, after almost a year of import process.

    It is a Stiller Predator action with custom bolt knob. Krieger 1-8 twist, 28 inches HV barrel in 6mmBR .272 nk. The stock is a Robertson GBF with adjustable butplate and cheekpiece,removable to ease cleaning).
    Finish is Ceramic Bead Blast.

    It is a switch barrel,the other barrel is a .308win 1-12).
    Jewell HVR trigger, so the recoil lug is triple pinned.

    All work done by Karl Kampfeld, from MI.

    The forend is similar to the Low Rider stock, and I asked Ian,from Robertson Composite) to install an Anschutz Rail, so I can use with a bipod on FT/R.


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  16. Forum Boss

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    Luis,

    Check out today's Daily Bulletin -- your "pride and joy" is featured:

    http://accurateshooter.com/bulletin.html
     
  17. LRCampos

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    Hello Moderator!

    Thank you for the honor to be on the Daily Bulletin! I am really flattered!

    I am new to the 6mmBR caliber, so I am loading my first loads with care and I will probably test it next week. I am anxious to see it in action!

    AccurateShooter.com / 6mmbr.com was my inspiration on this rifle. Almost all my knowledge came from here! The Stiller Action I saw on Daily Bulletin. The same with the Robertson GBF stock and I found Kampfeld Custom on a post by a 6mmBR.com member on the Forum.

    Thank you Moderator and all Forum members for all the help, information and to have this great website going strong!
     
  18. butchlambert

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    This is my newest custom. It is a little different than most of the others as I love nice wood and rust blue.
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  19. treeman

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    Hello Butch, tell us a little about the big bore rifle.action? cal.? stock maker? metal smith? etc. That is a beautiful rifle. hope to do that nice of work some day. thanks, treeman
     
  20. butchlambert

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    Treeman,
    This is a 275 Rigby, also known as a 7 Mauser. It is a Mexican Mauser with double square bridges welded and shaped. The bolt release is checkered, it has an Ed LaPour 3 pos safety, Blackburn trigger, Jerome Glimm bolt handle, and Blackburn bottom metal. The barrel is a Shilen CM that was turned half octagon by James Anderson of South Dakota{ACGG member}. The barrel has an island rear sight and a NECG banded front sight. The wood came from Roger Vardy in Australia. The wood and metal work was done by David Christman in Louisiana.
    For the ones that haven't been to the Shilen Swap meet, David always comes and he gave a free siminar on stock bedding this year. Don't miss it next year.
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