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smokestix
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I am building a new gun and was wondering what people thought of the surgeon actions, or how the company is to deal with. Wait time, cutomer service, quality, things like that. Any info would be nice. Thanks.
280man
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I have been shooting one for a year now and put 2500rds down two barrels and I would not change a thing. Mine is the single shot target action. There customer service is great. Preston is a active competitive shooter and understands what it takes to build a accurate and winning rifle. They are expanding there product line all the time and offer an action for just about any need. What type of rifle are you building?
smokestix
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Thanks for the reply, does any one know if they have the same tolerances of the bat and the other bench rest actions. I am building a 6.5-284.
clowdis
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No! It does not.
swd
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They are set up for tactical use and are looser than a benchrest action. They are nicely made but seem a bit pricey to me.
Jeffvn
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When I got mine two years ago, they had two different type of actions, one for tactical use and one for target use. The target action has much tighter tollerances. I have two of the tactical actions, they are amazing.

As far as cost, they include as part of a one piece action a recoil lug and a 20 MOA base. When you campare with the cost of a custom action plus recoil lug and 20 MOA base, they are comparable in price.

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280man
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Are you asking about machining tolerances or clearance between moving parts?
smokestix
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I was talking about the machining tolerances.. Thats what effects the accuracy correct?
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