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Guys
Here is another build on the SP pistol theme,

http://forum.accurateshooter.c...03637/#post-36780393

Could be a handfull?

Tia,
Don


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Must be something in the water....... I'm working up a .338 Ruger Compact Magnum on an xp for a customer. Smile
 
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I'm guessing that the 338 RCM would be a really fun round in a XP. I'm not sure the one that this other guy made would be as "fun". nuts


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No doubt, would definitely clear out your sinuses!
 
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Can it be any worst than a 458 Mag in an X-P 100,
with NO muzzle brake.

I shot one in a Sillwet match to break a tie for 1st place,
after 120+ rds, I came in second place, I PAID the price,
could not use my right hard/arm for several weeks, due to the pain!!!!!!!!

Tia,
Don


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made 12 of a 15 round postal match with an unbraked .416 taylor. Still more rounds then I could take when it was a rifle, but not enough to finish.
 
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I figured I'd just start a new thread on this forum for you guys to follow along on the project.

http://specialtypistols.infopo...280082386#3280082386

Andrew
 
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It's the brake that's really going to make it rough on the shooter. The .338 AX xp is the loudest and most concussive firearm I've ever shot but the recoil is a complete non issue with kirbys brake. And that includes everything up to the 14.9 sop (Google that). I can imagine the 338 (snipetac ~) will be slightly worse. Then again there is that 2" longer barrel.......could make all the difference! Lol
 
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