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These are almost twins. 1” of barrel length difference. Holland brakes, brux barrels, and the works. Range time tomorrow.

 
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NOW we know where that unlimited supply of XP actions has gone........

Very cool
 
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Originally posted by indianamoon:
NOW we know where that unlimited supply of XP actions has gone........

Very cool


Over 50 custom xp last year laugh
 
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Yeah, well, I did one.... happy

For me.
 
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Very nice pair! What are the barrel lengths?


Chris
 
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17 and 18

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Originally posted by Predator_huntin:
Very nice pair! What are the barrel lengths?
 
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Outstanding! I really like the one in the fore ground. Stock is perfect color for the metal finish. The 284 is about as good as you can get in a XP for anything you want to hunt I think. Mine is 16" w/o break. Ernie talked me into that caliber about 10 years back. What twist are the barrels?
You do some fine work on your firearms!
Good luck in the load development.

Mike


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Originally posted by McClura:
Outstanding! I really like the one in the fore ground. Stock is perfect color for the metal finish. The 284 is about as good as you can get in a XP for anything you want to hunt I think. Mine is 16" w/o break. Ernie talked me into that caliber about 10 years back. What twist are the barrels?
You do some fine work on your firearms!
Good luck in the load development.

Mike


Both 1/9

Both for customers....if they were all mine I would be broke
 
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Another great looking pair!!! Congrats!!!!!


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Nice looking pair in a very practical caliber in an XP. Hope to see a post of the range results !
 
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Looking great. One of days I’m getting you to make me one.
 
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Those look sharp. I bet they shoot. Don't forget to try the 142gr lehigh, they hammer critters.

Aaron
 
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These will be getting the same test fire load I have used for 2 years... 162 sst over 53 grains 4831sc. Then they ship
 
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Hoggin .... They look great.

I am still sorting out the specifics but hope to have you build a 284 for me in the near future.

Any idea on the barrel contours used for these builds?

Thanks,
Freeze
 
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