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Well now I bought the system, and here are some pictures. Later today I will testshoot it.
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I will offcourse put pictures of the result here
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Distance: 50 meters
Ammunition: the cheapest I could find
There are some sighting errors, because the "dot" was hard to see after a few shots
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Very cool. Nice pix.
Where are you located?
What is the centerfire chambering and what model of 202 is that.
Looks like a wide front with flat bottom of the fore-arm.
Does the 22LR system use a different barrel?
How is the 22LR barrel attached?
What did the system cost?
Thanks for posting!
Nice scope! We don't seem many Zeiss Victories in the USA.
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Tooms, beautiful rifle and a very well done conversion - obviously very accurate. But, best of all, it's left-handed!!!
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Looks like a Sauer 202 Varmint, the barrels are quick change system. You are lucky Tooms, having a left handed one, and with the 22lr conversion, oh my! Denmark must be nice!
I like the AEG washer and dryer
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I'm located in Denmark
The rifle is born as a Sauer 202 Advantgarde Gold cal. 308
I have added:
a cal. 6.5x55 match barrel
a vide flatbottom match forarm with rail for handstop and the Harris
The cal. 22 system comes with a barrel, a bolt, a magasinwell and a magasin
The barrel is attached by three screws and the magasinwell is attached by one screw into the barrel.
The cal. 22 lr system alone is a 1000 $ alone, the scope is 3000 $ so Denmark is an expensive country :-(
I have the narrow and more beautifull forarm, it matches the wood of the buttstock much better. The shorter and thinner .308 barrel only goes on, when I go hunting in terrain, that requires a lot of walking..
Today I fired it at 100 meters. It was done a bit to fast, and I think I can see the cheap ammunition creating some flyers, that I wont take credit for. But as you can see my setup could be more steady. And offcourse I've made some mistakes. I will try again one day with more time AND try to bench it.
Thank you all for the nice words
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Thanks for the extra pix.
I think this rifle would be a good candidate for a Gun of the Week. you have three calibers .308, 6.5x55, and 22LR and various stock configurations to talk about . Very handsome wood on that buttstock!