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6BR McGowen rear grip Striker




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Some very nice looking tools John.

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Neal,
Since you are having difficulty posting pics, just email me the link and i will post for you.


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7mm Rem Mag Imp



xphunter, what IS that action? It looks some sort of falling block.



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You are correct, itis a falling block action with easy to interchange barrels-Exceptionally accurate to boot. MOA Maximum
Check out the site:
http://www.moaguns.com/


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Thanks!

I am somewhat of a falling block aficianado. I started off as simply a single shot shooter, but I've been getting away from the other single shot actions like rolling blocks and break actions and concentrating on falling blocks.

I noticed that their price list is as of January 2007.

I'll have to call them tomorrow.



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I might be there when you call. I will be at Rich's tomorrow for awhile.


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sako 7mm-08 3-9 burris w/posi



 
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i have a T/C encore with a 15 inch barrel in 308 they are nice hand cannons
 
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I'm waiting on the parts to build one of these:


This is the other, a Remington XP-100R Long Range Pistol, both in .223: ( rifle is .308 )


With the right ammo, this is what fun looks like: ( someone else's pic )


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7x57 14" barrell from Bullberry


30-30 10" factory Contender Barrell



17 HMR 12" barrell from Bullberry


Troy


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Sako action with a Gilmore stock, 14.1/2" Douglas bbl. and a homemade brake.....and it's a repeater. [self built]




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I have a T/C Contender with two barrels.
#1 is a SSK 6.5 JDJ pictured below.

I also have a T/C 14" in 7x30 Waters.

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A dead stock Striker in .308 that a decent offer would buy...

 
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MOREBS

That is wild, how does it shoot?


Love shooting precision and long range. Big bores too!

Recent college grad, started a company called MK Machining where I'm developing a bullpup rifle chassis system.

 
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That is wild, how does it shoot?




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Sako 6ppc w/ 3-9 burris

Top pic is copyrighted and I got permission to post. I would use one of my own, but I cant beat the quality of this one.


 
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A few photos of my 'baby' hand rifle.... a modified Savage Striker .22WMR Pistol in neallam laminate stock (courtesy of Mr. Neal Cooper).












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How about a 338 Lapua Improved (338 Allen Xpress) XP-100?



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I would hope the forward thrust of the muzzle brake leaves your arm attached!
That's a wicked-cool looking Long Range Handgun.
Nice.


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250 grain bullets don't have much recoil, but the 300 grain SMK's seem about double the recoil.


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Nice rig, Garys4598.


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.416 Rigby

I honestly thought someone built this on a dare...
Came as you see with 2 boxes of ammo only 2 had been fired... Not even as bad as by 629PD Scandium framed .44 Mag


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Airgunner / 458 SOCOMer/ 45-70er / 458 Lotter

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I have a few but this is the one I would consider as a Hand Rifle.
Encore,16 7/8" SSK 300WM with Arrestor brake,Wood by Dave Dolin,Knife by me
 
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In order to see through my trifocals comfortably I must put my Striker and Competitor on a contraption that's 9" above the bench. Some of these pictures seem to show pistols quite a way above the bench. Do others need this height increase?
Thanks;
joe b.


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My favorite so far


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That's my .338 Norma Mag
It's really not bad to shoot at all. Certainly no worse than my .338 Lapua Mag!



This is my 7 Dakota.
 
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This is my 7 Dakota.

How do you shoot that with a rifle scope? (Eye relief issues?)


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Not a problem to shoot with a rifle scope. I come in close to get a full field of view, aquire the target, then pull my head back until I have about a 1/3 view through the scope.

I have several long range rigs set up with rifle scopes. A good brake like the American Precision Arms models, or Holland Radial, or Kirby Allen's Pain Killer takes most of the bite out of the recoil.

They're a lot of fun to shoot!
 
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XP-100 custom with .250-3000 1:12" Hart barrel, Fagen stock and Burris 2x7 scope.



Thrives on 75 and 85-grain bullets!
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This is my 22-250 XP. Still looking for a decent stock. I hope somebody has an old beat up IHMSA center grip stock laying around they might "donate" cheaply to my cause. Wink



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Here's my latest barrel. 375 JDJ on a pre-easy open frame.





That's a 30-30 on the left, 375 JDJ in the middle, and a 45-70 on the right.


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is there a 375-70? I think that woulds be pretty cool


Collins
Airgunner / 458 SOCOMer/ 45-70er / 458 Lotter

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I've not heard of one. I doubt it as the JDJ is about the limit of the Contender frame's strength. There are several barrel makers that say not to use them on pre-G2 frames. SSK's been making them for a long time now (since long before there ever was a "G-2"), and Jones his-own-self doesn't see a problem with it, as long as you don't go screwing around with load data and try to "hot rod" off of Jone's recipe.

I would imagine a larger case would be an Encore proposition. The 444 Marlin case seems "plenty" for me...

Big Grin


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This is my 7 Dakota.


Interesting, I thought a 16 inch barrel was the max for the BATF?
 
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