Depress both bolt release and trigger at same time.
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Measure and seat accordingly.^ Ayup. Assume nothing.
fuj I think I will just stick to the ergo tactical big grip... i'll give you props for the effort though.. I wonder if mpa's vertical grip is made of hard plastic or a rubber feel like the ergo grip is... im not a fan of a hard plastic grip...Hard plastic with grip tape for a stippled texture.
I have looked everywhere and cannot find a factory HB 6.5 stainless.
I have a Stainless laminate with the sporter contour and the groups open up when I shoot more than 3rds in short order. I want to use this rifle for hunting, but I would like to buy another that I can shoot at steel without having to wait until the barrel cools back down.
Unless there are better material that can be used other than what adam uses, billet aluminium js far superior. Everything is quieter and sturdier and because of it my guess is that the scale will be better off.I don’t believe anyone is arguing that billet aluminum is inferior to the plastic resins utilized in 3D printing. They are simply a less expensive option is all. Now considering the OP has offered the file at the generous price of “free” to someone with or having access to an actual 3D printer-it’s a rather nice upgrade.
Plain and simple,When purchasing the AD FX120i from Cambridge Environmental you can now buy it as a package deal outfitted w all the billet bling, lexan, etc..
The billet is better. Everything 419 offers as an up grade is better. In fact, I wish Adam offered the auto throw with all the up grades right out of the box.
I Have been in the accurate rife thing for a long time but I need to catch up on Savage actions.I have acquired a 12FV and need pros and con and dates on these variations or where to look.Thanks
I usually have no problem avoiding your Jedi mind tricks, but
the Alpha brass did trip me up. I've been stock piling the shelves
with goodies for the 150 SMK endeaver. I do have over 400 sorted
and prepped Hornady cases for this project. About the only reason
not to have pulled the trigger on the Alpha is, case capacity. But I
still want that hat.....LOL
Sometimes if you have a really stiff ejector spring when you pull the case from the chamber once it comes out the ejector slams it again the action wall creating a flat spot on the case neckTruth. This would happen on my TAC30.
Sorry I don't have it yet but my smith texted me a few days ago to let me know he was starting on the next world record 6 BRA!
Mine 😁 so we've been waiting for the action from Borden. Borden recently made refinements to the bolt shroud and cocking ramp on the Rimrock action and mine is supposed to be the first one shipped with the new improvements. Pretty cool!
I sent 300 pieces of brass to DJ's Brass Service about the middle of December for hydraforming from 6BR to 6 BRA and had it back by Christmas and never opened the box until this morning. That's how confident I am in his work.
Opened it up this morning to weight sort it and was not disappointed. I know the common consensus is case weight sorting is not very useful and case capacity is where it's at. This brass needs bumped back and fired at least once plus neck turned for the .268" neck before I'm going to worry about case capacity but I did want to cull any outliers before I started improving it.
300 pieces ranged from 127.0 to 129.0 grains.
With 5 pieces off each end or 10 total the spread falls to 1.5 grains.
With 11 pieces of the light end and 9 off the big end or 20 total the spread falls to 1.3
60 out of 300 would make the whole batch within 1 grain.
I plan on sorting them into 5 groups of 50 and a light & heavy group of 25 each and use them all. Nothing on the two small lots will be over .5 variance and everything else will be tighter yet.
lucky13,I still have a Marlin 336 in .35Rem and it’s the only rifle in my arsenal without glass. Heck of a brush gun in the thick mountain laurel where I hunted for many years. Dropped em where they stood 😉
Let us know how she shoots. Have a weakness for lever guns and Remington 760/7600's. The guns I started with as a young deer hunter. Occasionally carry a Marlin 336C my Mom bought me for Christmas in 1969. Bought my brother and I each one for $74 each and a Lee hand press to go with them. Shot/plinked with them like most people do with their .22's. We got pretty handy at running, off-hand and "jump" shots on deer. Now we are old and sedate and want the animal stationary before we launch 6.5 CM hot copper and lead in their direction. BTW, just checked Grab a Gun. One left in stock. Phew! Will resist the urge until the fever breaks.