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Post photos of your "Pride & Joy" here -- your favorite or best-looking rifles.

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We'll kick this off with Vince Bottomley's handsome 22 Dasher. This features a Stiller Predator action in a Shehane Tracker II stock. The wood is laminated Obeche in "French Walnut" pattern. The top photo is 800 pixels wide. The bottom photo is 640 pixels wide.



280man
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Surgeon 6.5x47L, McMillan MBR, Bartlein barrel, Jewell HVR trigger


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Larger: http://i293.photobucket.com/albums/mm64/280man/surgeon004.jpg



Surgeon 6.5x47L, McMillan MBR, Bartlein barrel, Jewell HVR trigger
Moderator
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Here are a couple of "300 Varminters" by Richard Franklin. The 300 Varminter is a 300 WSM with a .337" neck and zero freebore just for the 110 V-max & the 125 Nosler Ballistic Tips. A 15 to 17 twist 30" barrel chambered with a minimum spec. (tight chamber) with a minus zero headspace is required to obtain velocities of 3900 to 4000 FPS. Use of Norma brass is the norm. Richard prefers to build on Bat or Nesika actions.

Here is Richard's own Rifle, built with a BAT action and bloodwood "Undertaker" stock. That is the natural color of the wood.



Here's another 300 Varminter in Richard's Undertaker stock. This has an "add-on" red finish.



brfun
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My favorite Varmint and paper puncher.

6 Dasher, 22BR switch barrel. sleeved rem.700 jewel trigger, weighted lee stock. 12-42 nightforce. Dasher is a Krieger and the BR is a Hart barrel. weight approx 22#.
seb
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I rare to post in this forum, but here mine...



This is my first true bench gun. It's a Stolle Panda. I love it.

Another view of "The Swallow Tail"


seb.
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SEB,

I love that stock. It's a work of engineering ART!



seb
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Thanks you sir....seb.
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