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Old 2011-09-16, 05:03   Link #361
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And now for something completely different.

Steyr overhaul complete;

Before:



After:

Accuracy International 18MOA 34mm mount, Atlas V8 BT10-LW17 bipod


Custom rail that was made;


Close up of the mount;


Yo we herd u leik bipodz so we poot a bipod on ur bipod so you can shoot steddy whilst shootin' steddy.
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Old 2011-09-16, 10:57   Link #362
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And now for something completely different.

Steyr overhaul complete;

Before:



After:

Accuracy International 18MOA 34mm mount, Atlas V8 BT10-LW17 bipod


Custom rail that was made;


Close up of the mount;


Yo we herd u leik bipodz so we poot a bipod on ur bipod so you can shoot steddy whilst shootin' steddy.
That's a slick set up fall! But how's it shoot?
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Old 2011-09-16, 19:39   Link #363
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Pretty cool. But how much did that cost you?

What's the max eff. distance on that thing? (Point target)

Range report needed!
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Old 2011-09-16, 22:08   Link #364
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Cost wise, hmm, about $8000 AUD in it's current form. But I've probably spent nearly another $1000 on various things I've since changed or sold off like the BUIS and LaRue mount.

As for max range, it's only a 308W with a 22" barrel so I wouldn't expect it to perform to well past 7-800m when the projectile would most like suffer from returning to subsonic velocities.

And Linda, I was getting 1/2" groupings at a hundred yards with the last set up so it should still do that and maybe even easier with the new mount's position.
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Old 2011-09-17, 13:40   Link #365
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Cost wise, hmm, about $8000 AUD in it's current form. But I've probably spent nearly another $1000 on various things I've since changed or sold off like the BUIS and LaRue mount.

As for max range, it's only a 308W with a 22" barrel so I wouldn't expect it to perform to well past 7-800m when the projectile would most like suffer from returning to subsonic velocities.

And Linda, I was getting 1/2" groupings at a hundred yards with the last set up so it should still do that and maybe even easier with the new mount's position.
That's incredible!
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Old 2011-09-18, 19:57   Link #366
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Cost wise, hmm, about $8000 AUD in it's current form. But I've probably spent nearly another $1000 on various things I've since changed or sold off like the BUIS and LaRue mount.

As for max range, it's only a 308W with a 22" barrel so I wouldn't expect it to perform to well past 7-800m when the projectile would most like suffer from returning to subsonic velocities.

And Linda, I was getting 1/2" groupings at a hundred yards with the last set up so it should still do that and maybe even easier with the new mount's position.
I never knew... that a Scout Tactical would be that awesome.

also, can anyone know of an M14 SiR or a RIS for that matter?
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Old 2011-09-23, 22:43   Link #367
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Picked up my 22WMR T-Bolt last night and just finished sighting her in;




Compared to the 22LR!





Both rifle's sport a Zeiss Conquest 3-9x40 MC with a Number 4 reticle in a set of Conetrol CUSTUM rings and bases and are set up identically in terms of eye relief.

And an in-joke amongst my brother and I. The 22LR's case is the green whereas the "girly" 22WMR's is the pink one.



When I got my 22LR, my brother said I should have gotten a "real gun" 22WMR instead, not a "girly" 22LR.

So we went out shooting one night, I took the T-Bolt 22LR and he took his CZ-452 American 22WMR and we pinging off a couple of rabbits when we stumbled across a fox. He had a shot with his 22WMR at a bit over fifty metres but missed so I did a quick follow up with my T-Bolt as the bastard tried to run and winged him in the chest and a second shot stopped his flight completely.

I turned to him and said, "Who has the girly gun now?"

Although personally I think that pink case looks fabulous!
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Old 2011-09-26, 21:15   Link #368
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^lol! So which one of you would get the "Hello Kitty AR-15"?
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Old 2011-09-28, 05:43   Link #369
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Russian army ends purchase of Kalashnikov rifles

Your opinion about this?
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Old 2011-09-28, 06:55   Link #370
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It's pretty simple really, since the economic down turn in Russia a few years back their military has shrunk exponetionatly, and as such they now have a surplus of new AKs.
I'm more curious to see this "new model" though. I've read somewhere that some Russian military types want to return to the old 7.62x39 bullet, while others wish to remain with the newer 5.45.
One things for certain though, the AK will be around for a long time yet!
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Old 2011-09-30, 07:55   Link #371
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^lol! So which one of you would get the "Hello Kitty AR-15"?
NO.

the airsoft version was too uncomfortable (was accused of being a prissy because of that)
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Old 2011-10-08, 18:26   Link #372
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I've been taking the 22WMR T-Bolt out every second or so night on the farm after foxes and thought I'd share last night's hunt.

I posted this on a hunting forum originally so anyone who doesn't like a little blood or gore please don't read.

Spoiler for Size/Reader Discretion:
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Old 2011-11-26, 14:29   Link #374
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Old 2011-11-26, 14:57   Link #375
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love the marines
Agreed! That's why I married one!^-^!!
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Old 2011-11-27, 04:22   Link #376
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So, after over eighteen months of owning my Steyr I FINALLY sighted it in to my liking and took it out varminting down the river flats.

I set the rifle on a stack of silage bales which I paced out as two hundred and twenty metres from the closest stretch of the river. I retreated back to my "hide" which was in plain view...

I waited about forty minutes just scanning up and down the stretch river line when I saw movement pretty much at the opposite side of the area I had set up in.

Freddy Fox has joined the server.

The fox ventured out into the open and was sniffing around near a water trough as if following the scent of something.

My guesstimate off scaling fence posts off my scope was that the fox was at least three hundred metres away but closing slowly.

I'm not sure if there are any fellow hunters here but I'm sure anyone who has played a game and watches their quarry slowly wander right where you want them felt the same excitement I did as I released the safety.

I double checked my range chart and confirmed my hold over as I waited for the fox to stop again.

After traveling thirty feet the bastard stops and sniffs the ground... I take first pressure on the trigger as I begin the three quick breaths then release technique.

On the release of my breath the fox slowly raises it's head to sniff the air and that is where I lay my sights.

Boom.

The less vivid I describe the next part the better so I'll recreate the event in a form most BF3 players will understand...

Enemy Down 100pts
Headshot 10pts
Marksman Bonus 320


I was so bloody stoked I cleared the rifle and jumped down from my spot and paced out the shot. Which as above, I came to 320m.

And thus, I blooded the rifle.




Other news, my new shotgun has turned up at the importers;



Browning Cynergy Mossy Oak Duck Blind with 30" barrels and magnum length chambers. Just need to pay for it and have it sent to my local store. Win-win.

Still waiting on a Sako 85 Varmint in 204Ruger to come into the country. Sigh.
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Old 2011-11-27, 23:28   Link #377
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^Nice shooting fall, and that shotgun looks her futuristic!
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Old 2012-01-07, 06:32   Link #378
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quick silly question really.

what is the longest and most accurate shotgun?

because i want to see if "snipe shotgun" is exist
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Old 2012-01-07, 06:41   Link #379
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quick silly question really.

what is the longest and most accurate shotgun?

because i want to see if "snipe shotgun" is exist
I think you can use rifled slugs out to about a hundred yards effectively.


Newest purchase, just paid for it this evening;



All matching numbers, FTR marked No 1 Mk 3.
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Old 2012-01-07, 14:00   Link #380
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