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Can’t wait to hit the range!

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Whole lotta XPs coming out of Newcastle. Wink
 
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Good looking XP there ...
Would you care to share some specs?


-Freeze
 
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Burned midnight oil several nights after working on customers stuff and finished this up this morning. This is my 284 win.

17” Brux 1-9. Holland. Leupold vx 5.





 
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Will that one be making an appearance at WY-SHOT?

-Freeze
 
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Blind squirrel finds a nut every once in a while. 3 shots. Stuffed load. 162 sst. 284 win.

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Thats a nice rig what powder you shooting , I had good luck with RL 17 and 168 Bergers.
 
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Don't know about blind squirrels, but you seem to find that sort of precision a bit more often than "once in a while"!

Another well done piece from your shop.

-Freeze
 
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Another great looking XP Congrats!!!!


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Thats a nice rig what powder you shooting , I had good luck with RL 17 and 168 Bergers.


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Nice! thumbup


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Chris i'm curious to your thought process behind the bolt handle. Does it handle/torque smoothly when opening and closing? Not bashing it in anyway just different than anything I've ever seen and wondering how it feels/works?

Nice pistol and great shooting as always.

Rick
 
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Someone else made the bolt long time ago.

Works but not functional. Some day I’ll seitch it out
 
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Very nice. Love those 284's. Mine shoots like that with H4831SC and 150grn Accubonds. The wood and grain is fantastic.
You did a great job and should serve you well.

Mike


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Looks good and can't ask for a better shooter than that!
 
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Chris,

With the Holland brake are you able to use your rifle scope with a full field of view, or do you still need to pull back before firing?

Also what is the barrel profile?


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Freeze
 
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It moves about 1/2” back....that’s it
 
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Heavy Palma
 
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It moves about 1/2” back....that’s it


Very impressive.


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