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All right, there's just not enough traffic on this site anymore, let's get it up. Traffic that is. Post a pic and maybe a description of your most recent acquisition or project for everybody to drool over.

For starters, here is a 6.5BR with Taylor trigger that I just had the barrel threaded and added a tuner / brake.

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All I have is an x in a box.


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love those .41 mags.
 
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i have a negative sign
 
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Let's try it now. Original link showed up just fine for me.
 
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Awesome looking XP! I two Taylor’s triggers and they are fantastic triggers

Plain Jane XP 7BR

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Nothing new here, Very nice shooter though!
Rog


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XP's: 250AI, 300BO, 350RM, 308 Imp, 375/350, 416 Whammy, 458X2"
Contender: 22LR, 375 JDJ, 500 HWP
Encore: 44 Mag, 45 Colt, 7mmRM, 308, 375 JDJ, 375 H&H, 340 WBY, 416 Taylor, 450 Alaskan, 475 & 500 Linebaugh
Semi: 45acp, 460 Rowland
 
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One of my latest, custom 222 rem that I dropped in a wood stock I had laying around (came with the factory zytel stock). Also picked up another factory 223 that I put in an HS stock.

 
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Here is my Latest .... 308 Win. built by Chris at Bayside Custom Guns

1:10 15" Lilja SS 3 groove, XP-8 contour barrel
Holland Gen2 Radial Baffle brake
McMillian Center Grip(65% Medium Tan / 25% Medium Brown / 10% White)
Bolt face opened and bushed for .473 case head with Sako style extractor
EGW HD 20 MOA Scope Base
Burris 30mm XTR Signature Rings
Nikon Black FX1000 4-16x50mm FFP (FX-MOA reticle)
Barreled Action Cerekoted Graphite Black

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I'm in!
Smith: Rogue Precision Gunworks (Mike Able)
Caliber: 6.5 Saum
Barrel: Krieger 1-8
Bolt: Cone Nose,diamond cut,straight bolt, Tactical knob
Break: Holland gen 2 radial
Stock: McMillian (Buying group)
Trigger: 1.9 oz
Scope: Burris XTR II SCR 4-20 Mil
Bipod: Atlas
I haven't decided on the finish yet. I will be Hydro dipping the stock and cerakoting the barrel and action.

Derek >>>--------->
 
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I'm in!
Smith: Rogue Precision Gunworks (Mike Able)
Caliber: 6.5 Saum
Barrel: Krieger 1-8
Bolt: Cone Nose,diamond cut,straight bolt, Tactical knob
Break: Holland gen 2 radial
Stock: McMillian (Buying group)
Trigger: 1.9 oz
Scope: Burris XTR II SCR 4-20 Mil
Bipod: Atlas
I haven't decided on the finish yet. I will be Hydro dipping the stock and cerakoting the barrel and action.
Derek >>>--------->


Derek,
What barrel length (minus the brake) and barrel profile did you go with on your 6.5 SAUM?

Thanks,
Freeze
 
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Hey Matt,
17" plus break. Remington varmint taper. Next go around I won't forget my chrono so I will know what she's doing!
Derek >>>---------->
 
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This ones still in the works....but it should be the biggest attention whore at wyshot laugh

 
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Hey Matt,
17" plus break. Remington varmint taper. Next go around I won't forget my chrono so I will know what she's doing!
Derek >>>---------->


Thanks.
Are you able to shoot with full eye relief?

I'm trying to get a handle on how light a contour , and what brake will will allow full eye relief for my next build.

-Freeze
 
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Originally posted by Arrowflinger:
Hey Matt,
17" plus break. Remington varmint taper. Next go around I won't forget my chrono so I will know what she's doing!
Derek >>>---------->


Thanks.
Are you able to shoot with full eye relief?

I'm trying to get a handle on how light a contour , and what brake will will allow full eye relief for my next build.

-Freeze


6.5 saum?

16” #5 or sendero with a Holland will sit pretty still.

That big 26 nosler doesn’t move. It has a medium Palma and a holland
 
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Matt,
Yes no problem at all. The weight of the barrel and that Holland break really calm things down.
Derek. >>>~~~~~>
 
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Derek & Chris,

Thank you both.
I am trying to get a handle on what profiles and brakes allow for full field of view.

I think my next build will be a .284 Win (but I might consider a hot 6.5), but I want to build it as light as possible and still meet the full eye relief criteria with bullets up to 175 gr (in 7mm).

I figure the lighter weight bullets in the 6.5 might be the only way to get where I want to be.


Thanks again,
Freeze
 
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Here's another, 22PPC

 
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This 6.5 creed will be used by a new shooter at wyshot.

 
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