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dnirode
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It must run in the family. Very nice job preacher and keep up the good work. She is a cute little thing and would be a welcome addition to the shooting community. Would've guessed her for more like 29. Hope she takes a shine to shooting regardless of where she is from. We need more like her. If she wants to try her hand at 600 and 1000 yards let us know, we can arrange it.
Preacher
Reply with quote  #10 
Mason--- We all know I use that many rings on 99% of my rifles and hunting pistols just because I like em, and if I ever need a extra pair I know where to find em really quick
RBD
Reply with quote  #11 
If your niece is interested in shooting in Southern California, Preacher-

you can refer her to the Ojai Valley Gun Club.

We have a monthly 600 yd match, and we have bunnies.

Sometimes it's hard not to run over them on the drive up Rose Valley.

I'm glad to see that she's what I would call an "Enlightened" feminist: I believe it's admirable to be able to control and use the world around us.

And I certainly like your chambering.

Although I'm surprised by the 1:7.5 twist.

Do you think the 108 will shot as accurately with this twist as it does the 1:8?

Best,

RBD
Preacher
Reply with quote  #12 
RBD--
I'll be sure to let her know about that as soon as I hear from her again...
She seemed very interested in the whys and hows about it all...
She wanted to shoot my newest 7mm SAUM AI rifle but the rain didn't allow that...
It didn't seem to bother her in the least that it was a bit bigger case and her father said it would bite a little, she still was chomping at the bit about it, so don't be a bit surprised if she shows up hunting for you one of these days...

As far as the 7.5 twist goes, I bought that barrel off this site from the well known Blue Eyed Bear and have never shot this chambering out of a 8 twist YET !!!!!!!

This particular 30" 6-6.5x47 has shot some wallet groups that will blow your mind, and has a center to center average of .770 at 350 yards with the 108 Bergers..
Thats as far as my private range stretches out to ....

lynn
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Preacher
Did you do the finger grooves on the stock as well?
Lynn
Preacher
Reply with quote  #14 
Lynn-- Yes I did the finger grooves, not much else to do to one of Russo's stocks other than a inlay or 2 if I'm really bored...
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