$1,000 is just a bit too much for me to risk on a blind draw
And for that reason….
What about a nice sporterized 03A3 or Mauser?
Thanks. Put a Brux #5 barrel on it so it should be an accurate rifle.
It’s a Timney Featherweight
I use the Dillon 9mm carbide dies. They pass the case gauge, plunk test and feed reliably in 6 different guns.
In the list of things to worry...
Bruno’s has Ginex small pistol primers, $105/1k or $500/5k
I’m in the process of building a single shot .300 PRC with a FN Mauser target action. Just need to find a nicely figured wood stock and I’m...
I was also one. First it was a 12ga shotgun and I did everything but fish with it. Then I got the aforementioned BLR and deer hunted with it...
How did you fair?
It’s a Sinclair F Class bipod. You can get them at Brownell’s, who sells all of Sinclair’s products now....
Well, I don’t spend any mental energy on that side of the subject. I was deployed to a combat zone for 12 months and never got into a “gunfight”...
Yep, that’s where my .358 Win would fall short of “do all”
Hey, leave my mother out of this!
I don’t know if you realized this but the same guy started both that thread and this one
How’s this for versatile?
Browning BLR .358 Win. Load everything from 115gn pistol bullets to 250gn sledgehammers
Who made it matters more than the geometry, in my opinion
With a few upgrades a Savage will shoot small enough to be competitive and you don’t have to cash in your 401k to do it.
I set my son up with a...
F-TR rifle. American Rifle Company Mausingfield .308, Bartlein MTU 1:10 barrel, Timney Calvin Elite Trigger, Manners T6A mini chassis, Kahles...
A few seasons ago I went with the 180 ProHunters in my sporterized 03A3.
Here’s my work up for that load...
I wonder If barrel tuners have made that process obsolete to some degree
If these things were decided strictly on pragmatic grounds we’d all have one rifle, probably a .30-06, and life would be good, efficient and dull....
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