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post #526 of 2624 Old 07-24-2013, 11:42 PM
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What about the FN Scar in 7.62?

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post #527 of 2624 Old 07-25-2013, 12:47 AM
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What about the FN Scar in 7.62?
This. Or an LMT MWS in .308? Or Kac SR-25?

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How many rounds did you put through your shotty that day?
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What about the FN Scar in 7.62?
I don't like the stock on those. Getting a good cheek weld is next to impossible and therefore very difficult to be accurate with it.

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This. Or an LMT MWS in .308? Or Kac SR-25?
Both made with original Armalite AR-10 blueprints and are front runners should I decide on that platform. The LMT is used by The Brits as a precision rifle while the KAC is used by American Forces. (SR-25 is the same as M-110)

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Both made with original Armalite AR-10 blueprints and are front runners should I decide on that platform. The LMT is used by The Brits as a precision rifle while the KAC is used by American Forces. (SR-25 is the same as M-110)
Yup. If you go AR-10 route I'd def consider the LMT.

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Finally got my 700 back from the gunsmith after having the new bolt fitted...going to the range tomorrow to rezero

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Is that a 1" square?

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1.047" (1 MOA)

I have been out of action for the past few months. Back in March I discovered the bolt face was cracked at the extractor. After some research I ordered a new bolt from PTG...after all, might as well upgrade. New bolt on the left with Sako extractor and the old bolt on the right.



I took the bolt and rifle to Bentwood Gunsmith to have it fitted and the work they did was excellent...as to be expected based upon the recommendations I received and work done by them in the past.



Then it was time for arts and crafts and time to break out the airbrush







Since the barrel was removed to fit the bolt, I had to go back to the range to rezero. Wasn't too bad and only took a few clicks to get back to zero. Conditions were windy but temperatures were relatively cool. The difference between the stock bolt and the hand fitted PTG bolt was night and day. The action is smooth as silk.


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What rifle and length barrel is that? Nice shooting btw!

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What rifle and length barrel is that? Nice shooting btw!
Remington 700 AAC SD .308 with a 20" barrel

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