Discussion in 'Long Guns' started by LAZY EYED SNIPER, Apr 23, 2011.
Let's see those non-Browning Bolt Guns...
Here are a couple I built last Summer...
26" AICS Remy 700 SPS Varmint .308
20" AICS Remy 700 SPS Tactical .223
A couple weeks ago I picked up a new Remy 700 SPS Tactical AAC-SD...
Barrel Length- 20" with Threaded Muzzle
Overall Length- 39 5/8"
Twist- "1/10 Tactical Rifling"
Weight- 7.3 lbs
I swapped out my AICS 2.0 rig and dropped in the new AAC-SD upper...
She was purdy before, but now she's just downright SEXY!!! My LGS has some titanium suppressors on the way and I'll be starting the paperwork as soon as they're in stock. It's gonna be a LONG 6-8 months!
This one just arrived on Tuesday...
Mosin Nagant M44
I got her cleaned up pretty good and my crate of ammo arrived this afternoon. It took me almost three hours to get all the external cosmoline cleaned off enough to be able to handle it without needing a shower afterward. The bore was a bit dirty, but its grooves are nice and deep. The crown looks new as well. It's in surprisingly great condition. I still need to detail strip it for a thorough cleaning and sweat more cosmoline outta the stock, so I'll get a few more detailed pics up afterward. I sure am lookin forward to get'n her out to the range.
I really have to stop reading your threads; it makes me want to spend more money...
Mossberg 4x4 Bolt Action in 30-06 springfield
Leupold STD High Rings (.900) 49903
Leupold STD Rem 700 Rev. Front 50018, Matte
Redfield Revolution 3x9 50mm Scope
Harris Ultralight Bipod Series S BRM (DO NOT MOUNT ON FRONT SWIVEL DIRECTLY)
Uncle Mike's 3/8" Swivel Stud
Gear Sector GS-2P™ Quick Adjust Sling: Black
Talon QR Sling Swivels
24" Fluted Barrel
Lightning Bolt Action Adjustable Trigger System
Redfield Revolution 3x9 50mm Scope
These Leupold mounts I originally purchased but later removed because they did not fit the mossberg 4x4 properly with the Redfield Revolution 3x9 50mm scope. I replaced them with the Leupold 49903 and 50018 combination.
Leupold STD High Rings (.900) 49903 and Leupold STD Rem 700 Rev. Front 50018, Matte
Harris Ultralight Bipod Series S BRM
Very nice Dan!
This is a picture of my Marlin Model 80 DL magazine fed bolt action rifle chambered for .22short, long, and long rifle.
She was produced by Marlin right after WWII ( 1946-1968 ) and does not have a serial number because by US law at the time ( pre-1968 Gun Control Act ) it was not required to be stamped on the firearm. I purchased this firearm at a flea market while waiting for the Valley Gun and Country Club in Elysburg, PA to open one Sunday morning. As I walked around I noticed a gun rack hung on the side of a shed that housed the market that held a few BB and air guns. As I approached it I saw the bottom rung of the rack had what seemed to be a real rifle on it, so I picked it up, cleared the action and asked the owner how much. To my delight, she said $100...to which I countered $80 as I pulled that much from my wallet. SOLD !! was the reply...she's a real tack driver with just the iron sights.
Pictured below is my Remington Model 700BDL chambered in 7mm Rem Mag with a 24" barrel.
The 700BDL is a manually-operated bolt action with 2 forward dual-opposed lugs and a rear safety lug formed by the bolt handle lug sitting in a receiver recess. The bolt face is recessed, fully enclosing the base of the cartridge, and the extractor is a C-clip sitting within the bolt face. The ejector is a plunger on the bolt face actuated by a coil spring. The bolt is of 3-piece construction, brazed together (head, body and bolt handle). The receiver is milled from round cross-section steel. Depending on caliber, the internal magazine holds either 3, 4, or 5 cartridges and has a flush floor plate for quick unloading. The rifle can also be ordered with a detachable box magazine.
Nice rifles SHOOTER13...I really want to pick up a Remington model 700!
Picked up another one yesterday. This one's a 1930 Russian (Tula) Mosin 91/30 with a 'hex' receiver...
All serial numbers match and it's in amazing condition. The stock is in great shape and the bore is nice and deep. Didn't take long to get this one cleaned up either.
Here's my Pop's deer rifle...
Ruger M77, .30-06
Here's a rifle my Grandad brought back from Japan after WWII...
Arisaka Type 38 Carbine, 6.5x50mm
Like most other Arisaka models from the era, the Japanese imperial seal, a chrysanthemum blossum, has been crudely removed from the receiver. These rifles were considered property of the empire and if a Japanese soldier thought he was in danger of being captured, he would destroy the seal before his rifle fell into enemy hands. The most common method of removal was by hacking at the seal with their bayonet...
Just some of my rifles, I'll post more as I take photos
STEYR TACTICAL ELITE in .308 with a BUSHNELL RANGEFINDER SCOPE & T8 MODERATOR
TIKKA T3 STAINLESS VARMINT in .223 with a NIKON MONARCH BDC SCOPE & WILDCAT MODERATOR
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