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Seeing that many of us are stuck at home more than normal due to the covid-19 virus, I was curious if you gentleman would want to show off some of the pictures you have of your mid grip and rear grip specialty pistols?
 
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Just one of many. 20 VarTarg by Rogue River Precision.

 
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Stiller TAC 30 243AI

https://i.imgur.com/TNV1DzF.jpg


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Seven Fingers Xp 100 6x45


XP 100 6PPC Blue


Stolle Cub 6 PPC




DAN
 
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Dan , I've looked for a few years for a Stolle cub nice stock on the Stolle who made it if you don't mind me asking?
Thanks,
Jim
 
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I have a feeling this picture thread will cost me some money...


Chris
 
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Nice stock Nitemann! How does the 20 Vartag shoot? I have studied that round for a Contender and like the ballistics.


Here is my XP in 222 Rem Mag, Burris 3x12 BP, with a little wax on the walnut stock.
Mike





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The stock was made by LEE SIX
He has passed away, mold was sold to Kelbly, I never heard what happened to the mold

DAN
 
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My latest project
A FA Single shot in 357 Magnum




DAN
 
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Nice stock Nitemann! How does the 20 Vartag shoot? I have studied that round for a Contender and like the ballistics.


Mike it shoots fantastic, Mike Abel built it and thanks again for the stock. I also have the 20VT in a Contender rifle barrel from MGM, shoots very well. That 222 mag has lots of drool factor.

Rick
 
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Dan L thanks for responding . At the moment I have Jim Rockwell turning a Claro blank I sent him I noticed his grips remind me of the Lee 6 . Never seen one with the wider forearm .
JimW
 
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Just a few.............






Oh to have the time to shoot them all!!
-Derek >>>---------->
 
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Sorry...
1- 22 BR
2- 7 Dakota
3- 7 Saum
4- 6.5 Saum
5- 6 Creed
6- 25 Saum
Derek
 
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After seeing all these super nice pistols, I guess I'll show my ugly duck:

I bought this Striker in .223 from a very nice fellow on this forum a few weeks ago.

I had a new 24" 20VT barrel that I had a smith shorten to 20" and thread for my suppressor, and screwed it on last Saturday.

Took it to the range this afternoon, bore sighted it at 100, and in a right to left wind so strong it blew over my Chrony, it shot a very nice three shot group of about .490.

First shot without the can (high right). 3-shot group with can.

I regret now not cutting the barrel down to 18". Oh well.




BTW ... those were the first 4 shots out of that barrel.

The wind picked up and I couldn't keep my hat on.

I'll get down to the range again this week and work up a ladder test.
 
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Tried to post a pic of one of my homemade XPs. Could not make it work. Just filling in time
 
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Years ago we had a thread here for showing off our toys. It had over 250 post if I remember correctly. When photobucket started charging for their service most of the pics could no longer be seen. It had some incredible firearms on it. A lot from some great guys that are no longer with us.

Rick
 
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Try Imgur for posting pics. It works great.
Derek
 
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I remember that post of pictures well.
 
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Its funny that you mention that thread possibly costing you money. This site alone has cost me money, lol.
 
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You guys are making me drool Slap_Forehead
 
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I saw Arrowflinger's picture of the XP-100R and I truly miss mine. .308 barrel I bought from a forum member, JP Howlitzer muzzle break and it had no muzzle lift off the bench with a slight lean on the bipod.
 
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Here is my XP100, Apache Machine build, HS Precision Stock, .284 Winchester,
Krieger Heavy taper, 1-9 twist for 150-160 bullets, 15". Full work over package on the action. EGW 0 degree scope base, 4 screw, Burris 3x12 BP shooting Berger 140 ELD Hunters.



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Since I'm in the final stages of getting ready for a prairie dog hunt I'll share my two favorite pd hunting guns,XP's in 6 BR (top) and 22 BR (bottom). Gunsmithing done by Clarence Hammonds.


Good luck and good hunting.
 
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Nitemann,
That's a good looking XP! thumbup Tell me more about your 20 VarTarg. What's your load? What kind of performance do you get?


Good luck and good hunting.
 
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243win done by Don fraley at advanced weapons technology(AWT)


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Very nice rig, KYODE! Have you shot it much. I'm still setting on a XP I picked up that already has an action/trigger job, McMillan stock and 7-08 barrel. I'm still looking at the .243 barrel w/break for this one. I was on the fence between 6BR and .243 but fell to the .243 side after doing some research for what purpose I would be using it for. Paper some, hunting mostly. I have a Encore pistol barrel in 243 with Ross break and a MGM .2243 Encore rifle barrel that shoots lights out. I won't have to do anything except load more ammo. HAH. AWT sure builds some nice firearms. I have been lurking on their site since you told me about them.
Again, great rig.

Mike


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ohboy havnt shot it much yet. Just a few cheap factory loads. I have some test rounds loaded up though. Im just really slow!

He builds phenomenal firearms. ”Huntertm” here bought one of AWT’s rifles in 6 dasher. One holer at 100yrds with 105 Amax and bout as good with the similar hp match bulley. He shot it today in a prs practice and was ringing steel at well over 600 yrds consistently. So he said anyway. laugh


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Would like to see more pictures not comments on the pics!??

C'mon man


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