Started by recoil junky, February 17, 2015, 06:12:16 PM
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Quote from: Brithunter;137539Well I took a look and cannot see how it can be called beautiful :huh: ................................. sorry. I hope you like it after all it's YOUR RIFLE so that's all that really matters.
Quote from: Brithunter;137867Actually it's my real dislike of plastic stocks They look cheap, feel cheap and to me feel dreaful and it don't matter what the make is.I will have to admit that I really don't like the Rem 700 ............................ at all regardless of stock. The 700 Classics look OK from a distance. Their lines are right but I still wouldn't have one.
QuoteRestrictive gun laws that leave good people helpless, don\'t have the power to render bad people harmless. To believe otherwise is folly. -- Me
QuoteI've always had better than good luck with Remingtons. Even with their plastic stocks, trigger problems and safety recalls, mine always shoot.
Quote from: Jamie.270;137871Gee,... Really?Gosh BH, I never woulda guessed!:cheesy: <--- This is my sarcastic face!:grin:Nice piece RJ!With a 6.5 and a .270 I really have no use for a "quarter bore," but that looks like the ideal platform for one.
Quote from: gitano;137914I'm not sure what going on with that, BH. I haven't changed anything recently except moving some "stickies" to the "Reference Library". If you have a Skype account, we can connect and I can look at your settings to see if I can determine what's happening. In the alternative, you might contact j0e_bl0ggs for some 'closer' help.I'll look around at the general settings and see if I can find something.Paul
QuoteThis because the farther I seated the bullet IN the more accurate it got. Kinda like the 300RUM in that respect. Weird huh.
Quote from: Paul Hoskins;138723"Have you been waiting long?" I rub my chin & tell him, :Not really. My beard has only grown half an inch since my appointment time." ......Paul H
QuoteI probably wouldn't spoil the warm fuzzy by doing something as risky as checking the group size on paper.