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  1. #11
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    Slatington, Pennsylvania
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    Default Re: Bolt action love?

    Mine is older, but I just bought it today for $100 at AF Boyer Hardware in Slatington: A Lakefield Mark II Bolt Action Long Rifle (.22)
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    Go on and wait for the paternalistic society where authorities take care of everything.

  2. #12
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    May 2007
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    Blue Collar Reading......., Pennsylvania
    (Berks County)
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    Ok, I'll play along. This is my 308 that was built by Bill Goad of Premier Accuracy right here in Exeter PA. Bill trued up the action, installed a side bolt release and sako extractor and finished it with a 24" Hart 1/10 twist tube. It sits in an AICS 1.5 with the Atlas bipod and Accu-Shot rear monopod. The glass is a Leupold MK4 LR/T with the TMR reticle. He also made a custom set of resizing and seating dies for the chamber which in my opinion is one of the best things I ever spent money on. No more over worked brass!



    He also machined a facet into the action and added a little personalization.



    Glamour Shot that he had taken for his website



    I an anxiously awaiting my new 260 that he is putting the finishing touches on as we speak.

    I would highly recommend him to anyone.

    http://www.premieraccuracy.com/

    The Capn'
    Hey, careful, man, there's a beverage here!

  3. #13
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    Jul 2010
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    Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
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    Default Re: Bolt action love?

    Capn,
    Now that's a nice a rifle.
    "If guns cause crime then all of mine are defective." -Ted Nugent

  4. #14
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    May 2007
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    Blue Collar Reading......., Pennsylvania
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    Default Re: Bolt action love?

    Thanks Clark. I have over 1500 rounds thru it since I picked it up Sept 14th of last year. It is really a shooter.

    The Capn'
    Hey, careful, man, there's a beverage here!

  5. #15
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    May 2006
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    Lubbock, Texas
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    Default Re: Bolt action love?

    Quote Originally Posted by Capnswervon View Post
    Ok, I'll play along. This is my 308 that was built by Bill Goad of Premier Accuracy right here in Exeter PA. Bill trued up the action, installed a side bolt release and sako extractor and finished it with a 24" Hart 1/10 twist tube. It sits in an AICS 1.5 with the Atlas bipod and Accu-Shot rear monopod. The glass is a Leupold MK4 LR/T with the TMR reticle. He also made a custom set of resizing and seating dies for the chamber which in my opinion is one of the best things I ever spent money on. No more over worked brass!



    He also machined a facet into the action and added a little personalization.



    Glamour Shot that he had taken for his website



    I an anxiously awaiting my new 260 that he is putting the finishing touches on as we speak.

    I would highly recommend him to anyone.

    http://www.premieraccuracy.com/

    The Capn'
    Howdy Capn'. This is a very beautiful rifle, with some great functional modifications. I hate to see beautiful rifles get posted up, and almost nobody comment on them. As you already know, you've definitely built this rifle right. I look forward to seeing photos of your new .260 build when you get it done.

  6. #16
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    Blue Collar Reading......., Pennsylvania
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    Thanks a bunch Tomcat088. I have seen some of your rifles and coming from you it means a lot.

    Actually.... It was your build posts a few years ago that was what got me more interested in precision bolt guns.

    It's not a safe queen as I have right around 1500 rounds thru it since Sept 17th of last year, mostly at competitions and lasses. It and I just got back from a competition about 15 minutes ago at New Holland. Both of us are still dusty and sweaty and I just got checking for ticks. The 260 is really my grail gun and I can't wait to get it back this week from Premier.

    The Capn'
    Hey, careful, man, there's a beverage here!

  7. #17
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    Jul 2008
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    Monaca, Pennsylvania
    (Beaver County)
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    Once I get my rifle back from short action customs, I'll upload a pic.

  8. #18
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    May 2007
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    Default Re: Bolt action love?

    The new stick is complete finally. Still fine tuning load development.

    Once again Bill Goad from Premier Accuracy did all of the smith work as well as Cerakoted the barreled action Patriot Brown.

    Parts

    Surgeon 591R action
    26" Hart 1:8 barrel chambered in 260 Remington
    Accuracy International 2.0 with Viperskins and Grippy Cheek piece
    Jewell trigger

    Steiner 5x25 with MSR reticle
    Badger Max50


    LRA bipod
    Accu Shot rear Monopod
    TIS quick cuff sling









    The Capn'
    Hey, careful, man, there's a beverage here!

  9. #19
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    Jul 2008
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    Monaca, Pennsylvania
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    Default Re: Bolt action love?

    My Remington 700 AICS, just back from Short Action Customs. Had the barrel threaded, trigger tuned up, and a badger bolt knob conversion. She shoots a really nice 100 yard group now!
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  10. #20
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    Dec 2011
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    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    (Philadelphia County)
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    Default Re: Bolt action love?

    Here's a classic. An M1903 Springfield made in 1906 at Springfield Armory.


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