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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    My only complaint is its heavy but that extra weight helps with the accuracy.
    you can easily lighten your rig by a pound with a different choice of scope/rings/base.

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    Nice rifle and good shooting, btw.

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    IKC,

    How did the load making go with 406? Did you drop the rifle off there? Thanks

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    Hers my sons 300 win mag just over 6 lbsClick image for larger version. 

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ID:	17155and first rounds down range 190 gr black hills!

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    Nice looking rifle Pete. What kind is it? Composite stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slugz View Post
    IKC,

    How did the load making go with 406? Did you drop the rifle off there? Thanks

    I shipped it to them.
    ... because every picture tells a story

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    Sweet!

    Do you feel any recoil at all with the brake and lead sled?

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    Nice shooting! That is a beautiful rifle as well!

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    Sweet looking gun!! Great groupings as well.

    I love my 7 mm WSM with 180 gr. berger VLD. Loaded with 64 gr. of H 4831, fed match primers and Norma brass. Here is a 5 shot, 200 yard group. I have it set up to shoot just a bit left at 200 and then with spin and coriolis effect, the bullet is back to center by 8 and 900 yards.

    The gun is a Kelbly Custom, with a Brux #4 barrel, McMillan Stock, Jewel trigger, March Scope. It weighs 11 pounds, and I gladly pack it because it flat out knocks stuff down.

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    S Pete, sweet looking and great shooting rifle. Put together the way I like 'em.

 

 
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