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Old 12-03-2017, 10:36 AM   #1
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Got some footage of the last outing with my 300 win mag. I was shooting at 950 on some private property. Playing around with my editing software.

Rifle: Long Rifles Inc 300wm - Tac300 action, Bartlein barrel, Jewel trigger, LRI muzzle break

Optic: Leupold MK4 4-14 mildot

Ammo: hornady precision hunter 200gr eldx


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Old 12-03-2017, 10:47 AM   #2
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That's some nice shooting. How many rounds it take to get on target initially?

I'd love to stretch my 308 out close to 1000 someday.
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Old 12-03-2017, 10:56 AM   #3
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Thanks man. Those were first rounds from that distance. I checked muzzle velocity at 500 and used a ballistic solver for my data at 950.

Depending on barrel and set up of your rifle it might be possible. You will want to be shooting 175s or heavier.


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Old 12-03-2017, 11:01 AM   #4
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Thanks man. Those were first rounds from that distance. I checked muzzle velocity at 500 and used a ballistic solver for my data at 950.

Depending on barrel and set up of your rifle it might be possible. You will want to be shooting 175s or heavier.


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I have 168 and 175 loads. Rifle is a AAC-SD with 20" barrel and is bedded in a HS Precision. 100 yard performance is **** near same hole 5 shot groups.
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I have 168 and 175 loads. Rifle is a AAC-SD with 20" barrel and is bedded in a HS Precision. 100 yard performance is **** near same hole 5 shot groups.


16 inch barrel will be near the limits of performance possibly but you should be able to do it. My 308 has a 22 inch barrel and shoots 175s just fine at 1K (sub moa group)


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Handloading helps too. Lets me tailor my load to preform at longer ranges.



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16 inch barrel will be near the limits of performance possibly but you should be able to do it. My 308 has a 22 inch barrel and shoots 175s just fine at 1K (sub moa group)


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Yes it does


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that dog will eat!
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Good shooting.


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Nice, That muzzle break seems to work really good!
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Cool video and looks like an awesome rifle. What knife is that?


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Nice, That muzzle break seems to work really good!


The muzzle break and the weight of the rifle make it pleasant to shoot actually!


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Man, that's some chootin! I love that stock! What Brand and model is it?
I have a tikka Remington .260 I want to get a stock for.
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Well done. I think that works....especially with factory ammo. That's mighty impressive.
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Man, that's some chootin! I love that stock! What Brand and model is it?
I have a tikka Remington .260 I want to get a stock for.
Thanks bud. That is an Accuracy International AX chassis. That exact model is no longer made. They have a new version out that is even sexier but also more expensive. They are worth the money though hands down.

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Well done. I think that works....especially with factory ammo. That's mighty impressive.
Yeah I was very pleased with factory ammo that shoots like that!
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Old 12-05-2017, 08:03 PM   #18
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Well done. I think that works....especially with factory ammo. That's mighty impressive.


You inbox us full I tried to respond there but here ya go.

In my experience I think they are. They are highly customizable. Length of pull, cheek weld height, NVG rails (not necessary for some), folding stock, etc.

No need to bed it cause they are built specifically for the action. I suppose if you really wanted to bed the recoil lug you could but itĺs not really necessary. Simply bolt to specified torque specs and go, a lot like the manners mini chassis. I had an element chassis and it was the same way. If you prefer a certain type of action you could have one chassis for several barreled actions.

Just my 0.02


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