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  • Cass wrote: »
    Love to know how ye guys get those nice pictures through your scopes. I always make a balls of it, and all you see is a black ring.

    That's a goof point actually, anyone have an attachment for their phone or is the field of view and eye relief on the scope just really, really good? :D




  • Not sure if i posted this on this thread, but was clearing up some files on my computer and came across this old photo from about 7 years ago. Still have one of two of them. Wouldn't mind having all of them back again. :D

    They are:
    • Sig Sauer SSG 205 in 6.5x55 with NF scope
    • Sako TRG in 308 with NF scope
    • Anschutz 1710D in .22lr with Tasco scope
    • Anschutz MPR in .22lr with Swift Premier scope
    • Beretta 682 Gold E Sporter in 12g
    • Beretta 686 Gold E in 12g
    • Sig Sauer P226 in 9mm




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  • That 682 Gold E sporter, drooooool

    If a lad was looking for a TRG bi-pod does anyone know where he'd look?




  • Now that I found a replacement for photobucket.... a few recent rifles/stocks.

    T3 Lite in Multipurpose Carbon stock.

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    Carbon fibre E-Tac4 CTR 308 stainless with 3-20x50 PMII Ultra short

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    Prototype experiment of a possible new sporter stock. Handles very nice, just testing if we need to tweak anything. Cheek raiser and position taken over from an E-Tac4 stock design. T3 Lite.

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  • I love that sporter adjustable stock


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  • Vegeta wrote: »
    If a lad was looking for a TRG bi-pod does anyone know where he'd look?
    You can buy from Sako, Beretta, and a few other places. They're not actually hard to get but for me then and even now there is no way i'd hand out over €450 ($500) for a bipod. The Harris on the TRG done the job perfectly and was a fifth of the price.

    I know it sounds odd whinging over the bipod price when the rifle, rings, rail and scope cost over €6,000 but there is buying good quality stuff and then there is buying over priced stuff just to have it. I'm for the former, not the latter.
    ormondprop wrote: »
    I love that sporter adjustable stock
    +1 to that.

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  • After "only" 17 months my 6.5 Creedmoor is finally here.
    It's a Savage 16 FCSS in a GRS Berserk stock.
    I'm waiting on a rail to arrive from Tier 1 I already have the Tier 1 mounts just need the rail I'm also waiting on a Vortex PST Gen2 5-250 EBR2 FFP so its wearing the Falcon 4-14 for now. Mod is a Wildcat Evolution and the bipod is an Atlas BT47.




  • After what seems like a lifetime, well 8 months, S&W Victory finally arrived. Getting firearms
    out of the USA seems to be getting more and more difficult these days.

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    Got it home and installed the following bits and pieces

    Volquartsen Picatinny Scope Rail
    Volquartsen Edge Extractor
    Volquartsen iFluted SS Barrel with Compensator
    Tandemkross Victory Trigger
    Tandemkross Upgraded Mag Disconnect
    Tandemkross Extended Mag Release
    Tandemkross Extended Mag Base Pads
    Tandemkross Halo Charging Ring
    Altamount Walnut Grips

    And finally stuck a Vortex Vemon Red Dot on top, ready to hit the range at the weekend.

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    Happy bunny




  • Very nice :D Did you import all the parts as well or get them elsewhere?
    Cheers




  • Bought the pistol from a dealer here and source the parts for a couple of places.


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  • Oh, right. Two recent arrivals here, in the last year.

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    and

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    An X95 Tavor, and a Vepr AK-74.




  • licensed in Ireland ? :)

    Thanks,

    G.





  • Commiefornia ahem California as they seem to be neutered looks like the magazine release is blocked on the AK...




  • UK made (Rem clone) DCR action in 300wm, DCR trigger 1000 grams, 24" Lothar Walther Barrel. Atlasworx long action AI type floor plate, 5 shot accurate mag. New PSE E-Tac4 RLA carbon stock. Kahles K624i. Hausken mod.

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    Well, this thread seems to have died. Latest acquisition, I put the soft drink can in for scale, this carries 13 rounds of 9mm. Quite handy. (Literally)




  • 6.5 Creedmoor, Remmy action Hardy carbon barrel 20", E-Tac4 stock rifle alone 6.7lb.

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    Tikka T3 6.5 Creedmoor, custom barrel 24".

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    edi




  • alan0387 mentioning he'd throw up a few pics of his Tikka when it arrives got me thinking...


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    First they came for the socialists...





  • Here is my current baby, with the best I can squeeze from her!




  • My new AX308 that I only got to shoot once so far. Thank you Covid!!

    Any my Unique Alpine TPG-1 rebarreled in 6.5 CM. (waits for the inevitable man-bun comments). :D




  • alanmc wrote: »
    Any my Unique Alpine TPG-1 rebarreled in 6.5 CM. (waits for the inevitable man-bun comments). :D

    6.5s just make sense.

    First they came for the socialists...



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  • Feisar wrote: »
    6.5s just make sense.

    Can open ... worms everywhere! :D




  • alanmc wrote: »
    My new AX308 that I only got to shoot once so far. Thank you Covid!!

    Any my Unique Alpine TPG-1 rebarreled in 6.5 CM. (waits for the inevitable man-bun comments). :D

    Gorgeous rifle :)
    I've only ever shot .22 here, 9mm pistol and .223 in the states. What's the recoil like on a 6.5? Living in Meath I'm too far from midlands to justify the membership and cost of a big rifle for very occaisonal trips down :(




  • alan0387 wrote: »
    Gorgeous rifle :)
    I've only ever shot .22 here, 9mm pistol and .223 in the states. What's the recoil like on a 6.5? Living in Meath I'm too far from midlands to justify the membership and cost of a big rifle for very occaisonal trips down :(

    A bit more than a .223, bit less than a .308. Very manageable though. If you can happily shoot a .223, you'll be grand with the 6.5 CM. I've never shot a 6.5 Swede though, so can't comment on them. Fairly popular round here. There are quite a few 6.5 calibers. Each with their own characteristics.

    One lad in Midlands gave me a few shots off his 7mm Rem Mag. It was a light enough hunting rig as well. That gave me a fair thump in the shoulder.




  • Collected the Tikka T1x this morning.
    Outfitted spec as of this evening;

    Tikka T1x MTR, .22LR, 20" Barrel, 1/2 x 20 unf thread.
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    Tikka Vertical Grip (only olive green in stock)
    Sealand Neoprene Cheek Riser
    Tac Vector 'Harris Style' Bipod
    IYS 3-9x50 MOA Scope w/ Rangefinder Reticle
    (I do have low dovetail rings, but they are 1mm too low for the 50mm front objective :( )

    MDT LSS-RF Gen2 Chassis in FDE ordered last week from Barry in BeOutdoors.
    Remaining parts to order;
    MDT SCS-Lite Buttstock in FDE
    MDT Vertical Grip Black
    MDT MLok Bag Rider
    0 MOA Scope Rail (may go 10 or 20 MOA)
    Low Picatinny Scope Rings

    Higher quality optic will be later this year also.
    Very much function over form until I have the full MDT Kit then its function with sexy form :D




  • alan0387 wrote: »
    Collected the Tikka T1x this morning.
    Outfitted spec as of this evening;

    Tikka T1x MTR, .22LR, 20" Barrel, 1/2 x 20 unf thread.
    SAK Moderator
    Tikka Vertical Grip (only olive green in stock)
    Sealand Neoprene Cheek Riser
    Tac Vector 'Harris Style' Bipod
    IYS 3-9x50 MOA Scope w/ Rangefinder Reticle
    (I do have low dovetail rings, but they are 1mm too low for the 50mm front objective :( )

    MDT LSS-RF Gen2 Chassis in FDE ordered last week from Barry in BeOutdoors.
    Remaining parts to order;
    MDT SCS-Lite Buttstock in FDE
    MDT Vertical Grip Black
    MDT MLok Bag Rider
    0 MOA Scope Rail (may go 10 or 20 MOA)
    Low Picatinny Scope Rings

    Higher quality optic will be later this year also.
    Very much function over form until I have the full MDT Kit then its function with sexy form :D

    Be sure to share photos when all dressed up in MDT :)




  • Latest Upgrade
    a CZ455 with MDT chassis 22LR




  • Martini / Metford 303
    Family heirloom pre 1900
    Falling Block breech loader
    needs a little TLC




  • EoghanS wrote: »
    Latest Upgrade
    a CZ455 with MDT chassis 22LR

    Very nice! Did you notice much in the way of accuracy improvement?
    How do you find the scs buttstock? I wanted that one but thought once I get setup I probably won't use most of the adjustments so the scs lite would be better for me.
    EoghanS wrote: »
    Martini / Metford 303
    Family heirloom pre 1900
    Falling Block breech loader
    needs a little TLC

    Wow, very nice, genuine piece of history there :)




  • alan0387 wrote: »
    Very nice! Did you notice much in the way of accuracy improvement?
    How do you find the scs buttstock? I wanted that one but thought once I get setup I probably won't use most of the adjustments so the scs lite would be better for me.



    Wow, very nice, genuine piece of history there :)

    I've not had much in the was of practice with the new chassis but the little that i did found it quite comfortable and bang on.

    The Martini was used in a recent rebellion so has that !!!
    plus still functions


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    First they came for the socialists...



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