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New pics of my .300 Long Range Rifle

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by browningguy, Sep 13, 2007.

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  1. browningguy

    browningguy Member

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    Started life as a Dumoulin barreled action made in '62. The barrel is 24" and I've added a B&C Natural Gear stock with the aluminum mounting plate, Bold adjustable trigger with side safety, and currently a 4.5-14 x 42 Burris FFII. I'm going to change that out for a Euro Diamond 3-12 x 50 to get the extra elevation adjustment available in the 30mm tube.

    Primarily built just to punch paper at 300-600 yards, I'll also use it for stand hunting deer if I get a chance this year.

    300win-11.jpg

    300win-12.jpg

    The before picture:

    300win-2.jpg

    I have kept the original stock, but it had some cracks internally caused by being stored for many years in a closet.
     
  2. Triple S

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    Sweet Set up! I really like the .300's for long range stand hunting....
     
  3. gipperdog

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    Very nice what you've done. It's a .300 what? Win Mag? I didn't see that mentioned. I took a beater Win M70 in .308 & had it customized into a real beaut of a .338 Win Mag. It's fun to do that.
     
  4. browningguy

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    Yep, it's a .300 Win Mag, should have mentioned that.
     
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