Here my Savage10 FP in .308w, with Choate ultimate varmint stock, along with a safe queen vintage tasco custom shop 840x56mm 30mm tube, side focus, made in Japan.
Serves as a scope and spotting scope, has some of the clearest glass I'd ever layed eyes upon, very durable, compared to todays scopes.
It a hugh scope, sun shades dont help matters much.:o
Leupold rings, but fixed to up grade.
Also, probably re do the camo this coming weekend.
Now, let see your long range rig. :)
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July 12, 2007, 12:21 AM
Upgrading from Leopold rings?
July 12, 2007, 01:09 AM
Mine's a Remington 700 VLS .308, the stock has been freefloated, had aluminum pillars installed, and glass bedded, the trigger is a Shillen. Bases are Burris Tactical, Rings Leupold PWR, and the scope in this pic is a BSA 36x, it is being replaced by a Browning/Bushnell Elite 8-24x40 that I ordered earlier this week.
take a look at badger ordnance's rings and bases, a little on the pricy side but the workmanship on them is flawless as far as I've seen on my set.
July 12, 2007, 03:34 PM
Why change the camo? It appears to blend very well with your surroundings as is...
Nice rifle(s) and killer groups...what distance?
July 12, 2007, 03:44 PM
The 3 shot groups were shot at 100yds, Load was 43.5 gr Varget behind a Sierra 168gr Matchking in a Hornady Match Case, lit by a Federal 210Gold Medal primer.
July 12, 2007, 04:50 PM
Trio of AI's
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July 12, 2007, 04:58 PM
Uh oh... more gun porn.
July 12, 2007, 05:08 PM
I hope you don't use your rifle's scope for a spotter when you're hunting. :what: People that do that scare the dickens out of me! :eek:
Remember the Rule: "Never point a firearm at anything you do not intend to shoot."? :scrutiny::
About 10 years ago, I was hunting Coues deer in SE Az. I saw movement on the opposite side of a canyon about 400 yards away. Thinking it may be a buck following the group of does that passed my way from that vicinity 10 minutes before, I took a look with my binocular hoping I might get a shot. Turned out I was looking at another hunter that was looking at me THROUGH HIS RIFLE'S SCOPE! :eek::cuss: I quickly got down behind the rock I was sitting on. I assume he was checking out my movement. But these days, who knows? For God's sake, use a binocular when in the field!
By the way, in my opinion, FWIW, if you point a gun at someone, it is reasonable for them to assume you intend to shoot them. Don't be surprised if they shoot first. :evil:
July 12, 2007, 05:11 PM
Don't worry, Poper... I don't think that's a hunting gun... though I could be wrong. I wouldn't drag that nice of a gun out into a forest, that's for sure.
What a great looking gun.
July 12, 2007, 05:36 PM
im ordering a choate for my savage 110 , (ultimate sniper) and i like your setup anything i should know about them, and a mean setup once again:)
July 12, 2007, 06:19 PM
I have a Choate ultimate sniper stock on my Savage and really like it. It is heavy(reduces felt recoil), but it is fully adjustable and reasonably priced. I kind of wish I had looked more at their ultimate varmint stock as it looks less "ultimate." I used leupold rings at first but they just didn't seem sturdy enough so I upgraded to Ken Farrell. It can shoot Sub MOA when I do my part and I'm gearing up to reload for it.
July 12, 2007, 07:27 PM
whats the differance outside of looks?:confused: and willl the ultimate varmit fit the savage 110 in 30-06:confused: