Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Bobson, Apr 7, 2013.
M700 .270 WIN/Leupold VariX-2 3-9x33MM.
Bedded the Receiver and cut an inch off the butt and added a Pachmayr F325 recoil pad.
Winchester model 70 in .270 made in 1951.
That is a frameable picture, and a beautiful rifle......but i dont recognize it.
What is the rifle?
looks like a Winchester 52 sporter.
AR15 I built in the garage
Ruger American Predator 308, haven't got anything with it yet
Thanks for the compliment, 1948 Winchester 52 Sporter.
Three satisfied customers too.
Barrett by edapp posted Sep 13, 2018 at 8:11 AM
A few pics of my 375H&H.
.458 built on Pre-64 M-70 Win, with drop box for additional round, integral quarter rib on octagonal barrel, plus a few extras.
My Savage Hog Hunter and, well....a hog.
700 ADL in .270win with Leupold VX-2
Same rifle several years ago when it had a Bushnell Banner
Took this yesterday.
One that I just sold - had a 2nd stock from MPI that only weighed 18.5 oz.
Here's a 3-for-1 since they're "varmint" (is that "hunting"?).
Rem 700 CDL Stainless .270: Top picture, in a Stocky's Super Walnut and bottom picture in factory dress. It sports a Leupold 3-9X.
If the muzzle looks funny in the top picture, it's because there's a piece of electrical tape over the muzzle to protect it from dirt, should it hit the ground. (Has only happened with this rifle once, when I got tripped up by a hidden root in our access trail, which was covered with snow. No harm, but I fell on my "face" when my boot tip got caught as a bunch of us were walking out to get breakfast. Over the shoulder carry, my rifle went flying-sliding along the snow-covered path. (Didn't use it again, until after checking the zero, which was okay.)
Three 16" .22s.
Grouse, rabbit, squirrel gun:
Probably my favorite rifle right now, since I shot a 1/2" (lucky) group with it recently:
Big stuff gun (bull elk, moose, etc):
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