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Scoped Rifle pics

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by WAshooter, Nov 9, 2007.

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  1. WAshooter

    WAshooter Member

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    I'm designing a tee shirt that says reach out and touch someone with a picture of a long range rifle on it. Just wondering if anyone has some good angle shots of a scoped rifle. Thanks
     
  2. kaizer

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    I like it, use a .50 and I will certainly buy one.
     
  3. 2TransAms

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    Here's one,however,this is not my rifle or photograph so you can figure out the legal stuff. It's just an awesome picture.

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    Shameless plugging of my Saiga:

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  5. esheato

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    Paging Oleg...I bet he has a couple nice shots for ya.

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  6. GunTech

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    I can try and take som better shots of this one if you are interested.

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  7. Nolo

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    WAshooter, I'd looking into turning an image into a silhouette, they look infinitely better on T-shirts.
     
  8. Deer Hunter

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    Here's a few from my photo-pile. Not too great, and I'm sure Oleg will come along and seriously one-up us all.
     
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    Wow. After getting a close look at the Weatherby Mark V and the ammo, I'm glad to be loading my 338/378 ammo. $89.95 for a box of 30/378? I guess it's all perspective. Won't be long before gasoline will be $6.00 a gallon.

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  11. Mute

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    2TransAm, thanks for posting my pic and saving me the trouble. :D

    Here's a couple more for your consideration:

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    Mute,

    I thought I got that picture here on THR! Very nice rifle. Hope I wasn't out of line...I'd have given credit to you if I remembered where I got the pic from!
     
  13. irishvet

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    I just finnished this rifle.:) It is my first try, it came out great! It's a 1903A3 action, hand carved stock (free floated barrel, glass bedded and bipod), Timmeny trigger, Herter's comp. and a Barska 8-32x50 scope.:cool:
     

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  14. kaizer

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    Mute,

    That is sweet, how about some info on that fine rifle?
     
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    Cheers
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  16. Mute

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    Rifle is built with a Surgeon action in an AICS. Built by Gardner Precision (GAP). .308, 22" barrel. Badger rings. Scope is a U.S. Optics SN-3 SSDS.
     
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    The pics are great so far. I'll Probably use Mute's 308. Unless I find something that makes me salivate even more. I'm still waiting to see some pics from oleg. When I have the shirt finished I'll post a pic of it.
     
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