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Working up new load for my 1/2 size silhouette critter gun.







 
Posts: 2061 | Location: Ohio | Registered: November 06, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post



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Very nice. Jay can you give us some details on that pistol? Thanks

Jon
 
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Very nice looking rig. Can you give any details on the scope mount. Roger.


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Cold bore shot go in a little high? furious
 
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I bought XP used. Gun smith was local guy Neil Waltz. He made the scope base
and a Bomar rear sight can be mounted on the front of the scope base. I had Leupold quick release rings on it and the idea was I could shoot scopes and unlimited 1/2 size with it. Barrel is 14 inches 1-12 T and chambered in 6 BR tight .260 (will have to check)
Stock is Lee Six that a friend highly customized and painted. Fits my hand like a glove and that’s why I bought it. Smile will have to take a picture in the sun so you can see the metal flake.
















 
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Pushing the limit on the "paddle"flare, even in unlimited. Though I doubt anyone would say anything today, twenty years ago I bet it would not make it to the line to shoot for score.


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Posts: 3023 | Location: Kansas U.S of A | Registered: November 01, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post



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What is paddle flare?

Aaron
 
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Look at the grip,where there is a wide spot that "could" rest on your hip. Looks like a paddle holster.
There are lots of thoughts and input on "artificial" rest.
I have seen and still see lots of leg guards with a wrinkle, which in turn creates a ledge for the barrel to rest on.

I called a revolver shooter on it some time back,got tired of his bragging really. Cut his hits in half, a big dose of reality.

Jay and I have been friends for a long time. I would hate to see a rig get DQ'd at a big match.

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G whiz, it's a Contender or a G2, never was a G One!
 
Posts: 3023 | Location: Kansas U.S of A | Registered: November 01, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post



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Looks cool though. Is he going to offer the base to the public or just a one off?


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Very nice I need to get one.
 
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I may need to reword what I saw, I said it looked like a paddle.
Looked at it again, looks like either a hogs nose or a pigs ear laugh Big Grin


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G whiz, it's a Contender or a G2, never was a G One!
 
Posts: 3023 | Location: Kansas U.S of A | Registered: November 01, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post



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I have seen several Lee 6 stocks but I have never seen one like this. Nice find Jay.

Jon
 
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Jay, Put that on the line and take out those 1/2 size critters. I have a pieced together plain XP 7BR 15" barrel Black Diamond Zytel stock and was able to bust down 35 of 40 on my first attempt at the 1/2 size. Talk aboout a rush and the scores will only go up so I don't see any problem with the test group you pictured. Go for it Wink
 
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Beautiful rig! Was the action and bolt plated or just polished?


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Polished.
Guy that made the stock put on a rubber glove and used
Bondo to form it. Fits my hand like a glove
 
Posts: 2061 | Location: Ohio | Registered: November 06, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post



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Beautiful rig! It's been a while since I've seen a Lee Six stock - very nice!
 
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Nice rig.... Smile
 
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Nice indeed. I wouldn't worry about the grip flare. With all the custom stocks being made for prone guns, yours is nothing to worry about.
 
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