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#5881187 - 08/16/15 02:42 PM Small Medium & Large Hammer
capreppy Offline
Light Foot

Registered: 04/07/12
Posts: 42
Loc: North Fort Worth (Saginaw)
Small Medium & Large Hammer

Small Hammer

Savage SA (trued & bolt fluted by Dan @ Dark Eagle Customs)
Apache Gunworks 30" Bull Profile 1/7 Twist 223 Wylde & American Precision Arms Fat Bastard Muzzle Brake
Rifle Basix Trigger set at 3#
XLR Chassis in FDE & Patriot Brown
Vortex PST 6-24 EBR-2C (MRAD)

Medium Hammer
Savage SA
Criterion Barrel (CBI) 27" Varmint Profile 1/8 Twist 6.5 Creedmoor & JP compensator Muzzle Brake
Rifle Basix Trigger set at 2.5#
XLR Chassis in FDE & Patriot Brown
Vortex PST 6-24 EBR-2C (MRAD)

Large Hammer
Savage LA (trued & bolt fluted by Dan @ Dark Eagle Customs)
Apache Gunworks 30" Bull Profile 1/9 Twist 300 WM & American Precision Arms Fat Bastard Muzzle Brake
Rifle Basix Trigger set at 3#
XLR Chassis in Dark Brown & Tan
Vortex PST 6-24 EBR-2C (MRAD)

Small (Left) Medium (Center) Large (Right)





300 WM


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#5881388 - 08/16/15 05:27 PM Re: Small Medium & Large Hammer [Re: capreppy]
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Registered: 12/06/10
Posts: 3433
Loc: DFW
Those are pretty sweet, but good Lord I bet they are heavy. I can't fathom having a 30" barrel on a .223.

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#5881607 - 08/16/15 07:48 PM Re: Small Medium & Large Hammer [Re: DocHorton]
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Light Foot

Registered: 04/07/12
Posts: 42
Loc: North Fort Worth (Saginaw)
Originally Posted By: DocHorton
Those are pretty sweet, but good Lord I bet they are heavy. I can't fathom having a 30" barrel on a .223.


It's meant for shooting drills and will never be dragged anywhere smile It was also built with some of the recoil sensitive members of the family. This has ZERO recoil.

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#5881860 - 08/16/15 09:35 PM Re: Small Medium & Large Hammer [Re: capreppy]
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Registered: 12/15/13
Posts: 1643
Loc: Cooke County, Texas
If I had to defend the cost of that table I might try to afford one of those. Can't say which I'd rather have.....the table (and a place to put it) or ONE of the rifles.
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#5881921 - 08/16/15 10:18 PM Re: Small Medium & Large Hammer [Re: capreppy]
capreppy Offline
Light Foot

Registered: 04/07/12
Posts: 42
Loc: North Fort Worth (Saginaw)
LOL. Ya, the table was my wife's idea. She won't tell me how much it cost and I don't normally see the bills. She handles all the finances. I put in a specific amount every month. I keep a little to myself which I use for new toys, reloading components, or stuff for my other hobbies (computer gaming, photography, etc). These rifles have been 3 years in the making. I literally just got the 300 WM on Friday and has been almost a year in the making.

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