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Let's see some bolt actions......

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by faawrenchbndr, May 18, 2013.

  1. faawrenchbndr

    faawrenchbndr DirtyThirty fan CLM

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    Started life as an FN SPRa1, .308 20" fluted

    Replaced the stock with a McMillan pillar bedded A2, bedding by MasterClass
    Trigger has been adjusted to 2.75 pounds, very clean, crisp break
    Bedded rail with Mark IV med rings
    Leupold Mark IV 4.5-14 glass
    EGW allot bolt knob
    TNVC pad with data card sleeve
    Freeland rail adapters with a TangoDown bipod


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  2. raven11

    raven11

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    1934 izhevsk 91/30 Mosin Nagant rifle
    1944 VKT Finnish M39 rifle
    Swiss K31
     

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  3. FLIPPER 348

    FLIPPER 348 Happy Member

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    Let's see some bolt actions......



    7.62 NATO sexy goodness
     
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  4. Glockdude1

    Glockdude1 Federal Member CLM

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    It is a Savage Model 12FV, w/accu trigger, chambered in .223
    It has a 26" barrel w/1/9 barrel twist.
    The scope is a Millet 6x25x56 with a 35mm tube.

    I have the trigger set at 3.5Lbs.
    The bi-pod is a Harris 9x13 with notched legs.
    The stock is a Choate Ultimate Varmint Stock.

    This stock is a night & day difference than the factory stock it came with.

    It's favorite ammo is the BVAC 69 Grain Sierra Matchking HPBT's.

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  5. FLIPPER 348

    FLIPPER 348 Happy Member

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    dead sexy ......but how well does it fit in that case??


    I've got a .22 trainer in the process of restoration with the hope it will look as good!
     
  6. LASTRESORT20

    LASTRESORT20 LongTerm-Guy

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    Nice Looking "babies" there countrygun...:cool:
     
  7. 3rdgen40

    3rdgen40 .45 fanatic

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  8. Pier23

    Pier23 Silver Member

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    What are they? I am not up on my stick guns.
     
  9. The look like Remington 600s

    Here's a couple of mine:

    Savager Mk II FV-SR
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    Ruger 77/357
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  10. countrygun

    countrygun

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    From top to bottom.

    Remingtons.

    600

    660

    Mowhawk

    All in .308.

    The 600 was the original. You could write a book about the 600 series and its derivatives. The 660 is "one of thirty" that was put in the laminated stock normally used for the proprietary magnum cartridges. It was a "dealer incentive" in the last year of the 660's production before the model was changed to the economy "Mowhawk" version.

    The series started with the 600 in a variety of cartridges. They were ahead of their time and the public wasn't ready to accept that a light, short rifle could be accurate. They were but the 600 barrel was a bit light and would heat up after 3 rounds or so and start to "walk". Not a big deal in a hunting rifle, but it led to the heavier/longer barreled 660. Still no big sales so the "Mowhawk was brought out and sold through Sears, Wards, hardware stores, etc.

    It took me years to get my hands on my first one and it fell into my hands way under market price and then the other two "fell out of the sky" within 2 years, equally as cheap, I couldn't resist.

    Jeff Cooper used one as the basis for his "'Scout Rifle" prototype.
     
  11. Joshhtn

    Joshhtn The eBay Guy Silver Member

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    My most prized & priceless possession... Remington 721 30-06 given to me by my late Uncle.

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    It's killed it's fair share of deer... My Uncle died of cancer, and we knew it was coming. The last time we spoke, he told me that every time I pulled the trigger on that rifle, I'd think of him- He was right.
     
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  12. 6forsure

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    Centerfire carbines with sights. :cool: Wish someone made such a beast today......
     
  13. FLIPPER 348

    FLIPPER 348 Happy Member

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  14. collim1

    collim1 Shower Time!

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    Savage MKII .22LR in the middle.

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    Good Ol' fashioned Rem700 in .270win with a Zeiss 3-9x40 on the bottom, its been a great deer rifle. Was a wedding present from my wife.
     
  15. mac66

    mac66 Huge Member Millennium Member

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    My $100 like new Stevens 325 30-30 bolt action I bought last fall. These preceded the Model 340 and was made in the early 1950s. It has a detachable 3 or 4 shot mag.

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