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I am curious to see how many are out there!

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Posts: 3146 | Location: Permian Basin | Registered: 16 December 2006Reply With Quote
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This is the closest I have ro a hand-rifle, it is a T/C Contender 14" in 22 Hornet.





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OK, but they're still handGUNS.

Competitor in .308 Winny



XP-100 in .284 Winny


And FUN!


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.50 Alaskan with 12 inch SSK barrel.

750 gr. A-Max
570 fr. Woodleigh
480 gr. LBT LFNGC
450 gr. Barnes


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Posts: 641 | Location: Indiana, U.S.A. | Registered: 21 October 2000Reply With Quote
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Here's a couple of mine

First up is my 22 K-Hornet w/10 Burris IER Scope

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Next is my 308 Encore w/2x Swift scope

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This is my 357Max w/2x Leupold

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Posts: 87 | Location: Florida | Registered: 03 August 2003Reply With Quote
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My 7-30 Waters and 223 barrel standing by.


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Posts: 1034 | Location: Oklahoma y'all | Registered: 01 April 2003Reply With Quote
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We built a batch of these back in the late 80's early 90's and then they kinda faded out. The guns we were building were legally still rifles, since we started with rifle actions. It is not allowed to cut a rifle down shorter than a 16" bbl. I always wanted to take one out during our elk season which did not allow handgun hunting. I'm betting you would end up in front of a judge showing how this thing was legally still a rifle! We put them together so they still met the 16" barrel requirement and the 26" OAL. I'll try to get some pics posted this weekend. These were almost all rear grip conversions. This kept weight forward to control muzzle flip, and allowed for a magazine. We built many for the guys hunting in tough country where a lot of the time they required the use of both hands to make any forward/uphill progress. Another popular use was in Alaska where bush pilots carried them in case they went down. We built them in just about any caliber a guy asked for, including one 458 Win. Mag. Tried to talk that guy into the American (shorter case) but he wanted to use the same ammo in his rifle too. We did a lot of .308, .270, 30-06 and .243's. All shot extremely well, but the 458 was past my comfort level as far as recoil goes.
 
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Here's just one of mine. A custom stocked rear grip Savage Striker in 243.

Nashcat

 
Posts: 327 | Location: MiddleTennessee | Registered: 26 May 2002Reply With Quote
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This was the first one I built back in about 1980 or 81. It was on a Rem. XP with a bunch of mods. i opened it up for a magazine, converted it to a claw extractor, side swing safety, muzzle brakes, sights and fitted case. This one was a 308.




This one is in 7mm-08 and was built as a donation to the RMEF years ago. I did the metalwork and Jim Davis, in Alaska, did the stock work and the fitted case. The stock is Claro with zebrawood trim.




This one is in 30-06 and shows our preferred method of shooting these things. This one built on a 98 Mauser.




This last one is a wildcat...6.5x47 imp on a Remington action.

 
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I like to shoot these guns.
 
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I have several strikers and xp's including this custom striker in 22-250 and this red one, a 308 with a heavy varmint weight barrel. Will post other pics later
 
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Here is a few of mine, all HS Precisions.
325 WSM

300 WSM

nmhunter Cool
270 WSM & 7WSM
 
Posts: 34 | Location: Goodyear AZ | Registered: 25 April 2007Reply With Quote
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NMHUNTER - Those are Awesome!
 
Posts: 3146 | Location: Permian Basin | Registered: 16 December 2006Reply With Quote
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I hope you guys keep the pictures coming. These are some great looking guns. Packy
 
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a few more HS's
nmhunter Cool


 
Posts: 34 | Location: Goodyear AZ | Registered: 25 April 2007Reply With Quote
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This is my Encore with a 6.5-284 from MGM. It has a Burris 3x12 B-Plex scope. This thing is easy to load for and shoots great.



 
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Mine was "just" a savage striker, 14", cm, no brake, in 708... my friends called it the "lando" as in lando calrisian from starwars, as he carried a huge pistol..

5# before scope, it was bascially impossible to shoot off hand, but with a rest was scary accurate...

great fun gun, but too heavy and the trigger, since improved by savage, sucked


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Posts: 35898 | Location: Conroe, TX | Registered: 01 June 2002Reply With Quote
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XP 100 with Krieger barrel and Lee Six stock in 7mm BR. My baby.


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Posts: 1542 | Location: Anchorage AK | Registered: 03 July 2002Reply With Quote
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XP-100 6mm PPC. Shilen Barrel, tight neck chamber. Two ounce trigger. Out shoots all my rifles (even my customs).



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TC Contender 6.5 JDJ. Tackdriver.



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Posts: 1542 | Location: Anchorage AK | Registered: 03 July 2002Reply With Quote
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Heres a couple of my many HAnd Rifles as ya call them..Look out mister praire dog...


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I love the stocks on some of the T/Cs on here, especially the one on AlanC's contender. Any suggestions on where to get something like that?


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Posts: 477 | Location: Olyphant Pennsylvania | Registered: 05 September 2002Reply With Quote
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Here's my Striker with a 16" heavy taper barrel in 6.5-284. Topped with Burris 3x12 scope.


 
Posts: 327 | Location: MiddleTennessee | Registered: 26 May 2002Reply With Quote
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Contenders in 17M2 and in .223 and Encore in .308, posing with the Striker at the range.

 
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I posted this on SP also.
223, 256win mag, 7-30 Waters, 257AI, 6.5x284...all I have until tax check comes! Smiler




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Posts: 246 | Location: from TEXAS, stationed in South Dakota | Registered: 02 April 2006Reply With Quote
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6.5-284


7mm Rem Mag Imp


30-30AI


7mm Dakota


6.5-284


6.5-284


6mm-284


6.5x57R


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Ernie:
I was hoping you were going to post pics of your toys......SHOW OFF!!!!

I still can't talk myself into putting a rifle scope on my barrels, I'm afraid it will bite me for sure. I may try one on the 223 to start with.


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Great pictures, Ernie. Nice collection...and you and your son obviously know how to put them to good use!
 
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I can see now why revolver shooters talk so much about the single shot shooters.
I can see where their argument centers when it come to tradtional handguns.
 
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ULA in 7mm BR



 
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Remington XP-100 in .35 Remington. Bill T.
 
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The latest addition. XP-100R in 22-250, topped with Nikon 2.5-8 scope. Harris bipod.

 
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[IMG]<img src="http://i78.photobucket.com/albums/j103/358hammer/HPIM1021.jpg">[/IMG]

This would be a Savage Striker in 6mm BR.

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Here Neal, let me help you:



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[IMG]<img src="http://i78.photobucket.com/albums/j103/358hammer/HPIM1077.jpg">[/IMG]

Hopefully this will post this time.

Savage benchrest non-designated action from Northland SHooters Supply.

McGowen barrel is a 17" 7WSM-Ross Schuler brake.

Stock has a hand rubbed oil finish

Neal
 
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Now Neal is over here showing off...along with Ernie!
Very nice SPs!!!!!!!


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Posts: 246 | Location: from TEXAS, stationed in South Dakota | Registered: 02 April 2006Reply With Quote
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Stock Encore pistol with 14" 6.8 SPC T/C factory barrel.


6.8 SPC
29 grains of BenchMark
110 grain Sierra Pro-Hunter
CCI BR-2 Primer
2400 fps.
SD usually in the single digits.

3/8" groups at 100 yards.



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"You are 500,000 and you shoot well, but if we attack with 1,000,000 men what will you do?" ( - Kaiser Wilhelm speaking to a Swiss Militiaman)

"We will shoot twice and go home."

 
Posts: 26 | Location: Columbus, Georgia USA | Registered: 02 May 2008Reply With Quote
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Since evrybody's braggin'. Here's my XP-100 6.5-284 with a 906 yd, coyote i killed on the 1st shot. Sitting watching me i hit him square in the chest and exited out his backbone killing him instantly. Luckiest calculated shot i ever made--

www.perry-systems.com/what_others_have_to_say.htm


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