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    Default Predator hunting rifle pics? Throw 'em up!

    I'm sure you've got some good pics of your rigs. Let's see those dog killers! I know WG and trapperbob have some nice setups....if they care to share...

    Mines a work in progress (just need rings/bipod). Will post when complete!

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    Default Tack Driver

    Savage Model 112 Fluted in 22-250 With Tasco 6X24
    Fish IT! Hunt IT! or *#%@ IT!

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    Default My new one

    7 shot group out of box after sight in put 5 through one hole at 100 yards.
    I am really pleased

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    T/C Encore in .223 topped with a Burris Signature 6-24x

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    Default My shooter

    H&R ultra varmint in .22-250 with 3-9x40 Leapold
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    Quote Originally Posted by trapperbob View Post
    7 shot group out of box after sight in put 5 through one hole at 100 yards.
    I am really pleased
    Bob, I am intrigued with the looks of your rifle....it looks EXACTLY like mine! Handguard, barrel, stock, everything looks like they used the same parts. Only difference I see right off is the gas block. I know CM&T makes both Stag and RRA receivers, but I'd be interested to know how many parts are the same on these two rifles.

    BTW, what ammo are you using (handloads, factory, what bullets)?
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    Default Rock River

    Rock river varmint 18" complete rifle, I was shooting PMC bronze 55 fmj's nothing fancy. I bought some hornady V max's but have not tried them yet.

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    BTW Bob, what bipod are you using?

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    I figured that I would bring this thread back to life. This is my first pic post, so I hope it works. The gun is a Stevens 22-250, topped with a Nikon Buckmasters Edition with that fancy BDC reticle (drop dots)
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    The Stevens are outstanding guns, especially for the money. I love mine, and at whopping $250 I don't worry about scratches, scrapes, or any other kind of damage.

    Remington R-15 in .223
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    Well not actually mine but the wife just opened her present and I think it will do!!!
    TC Pro Hunter .243 28"fluted barrel, 4-12 Niko Buckmaster.
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    Here is my new rig. Just finished putting it together this week. Hoping to get it out this weekend and see how she performs. Its a CZ 550 in a .22-250 with a Nightforce 5.5-22x56 varminter illuminated reticle scope and harris bipod. Should be a pretty good long range varminter. Also have a .17HM2 based on a ruger 10/22 that I just finished putting together a few months ago for closer and small stuff.

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    Default Sweet!

    I love camoed rifles!!! Nice!

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    Cory, sweet lookin rifle man! I am almost done with the sanding of mine (220 swift) I should have it painted by the end of this weekend. How did you do that camo pattern and where did you get the scope/price?

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    Default Taped

    Hey Curt,
    Its a stretch fabric protective wrap like you use for a bandage. ITs made by McNett and it only sticks to itself, not the rifle so there is no residue if you want to take it off. First time I have tried it so we will see how it holds up. I stretched it pretty good so it doesnt move at all on there. Should work well. Not sure if it will affect accuracy though since it is touching the stock and barrel. Time will tell on that. The scope I found on 907bigboytoys. I may have to sell it though and go with something else though with a smaller objective. I had a problem finding rings for it and the ones I have may not work. The problem is the CZ has its own built in bases and nobody builds tall enough rings yet for the 56mm objectives. I paid $1100, new it was around $1500-1600.
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    MRC 1999 in 22-250 AI. Topped with a burris FFII 4.5-14. No pics yet. I still can't figure out how to do that.

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    Man after seeing some beauty rifles on here I'm almost embarrassed to post a pic of mine. It sure isn't pretty, but it'll have to do:



    Ruger M77 MK II 22-250. with bull barrel topped w/ Burris FFII 4.5X14X50.

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    What are you talking about! That is a beauty! Looks like a good combination to me!
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    Thumbs up

    Looks like a great shooter to me too!

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    Default nice lookin rifles

    I like all the diff ideas...nice job

    mine's just a bomb can spray job but it works alright and the rifle shoots very nice

    good luck out there
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