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    Newly added scope. Not the vortex but its not to bad. Its really close to being zeroed in at 75yrds. ran out of ammo. Not the best at sighting in new scopes. those the reason for running out of ammo before I was done sighting it in
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    image.jpg The bottom one is my ruger 10/22 the top is my Remington 700. I know this is a .22 forum but I only had this pic of the .22. I plan on swapping the barrel to a heavy profile or a tactical solutions barrel. I will add a bipod and mlock bipod adapter as well.

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    Some damn nice rifles on here!!!

    My very first gun, a 1952 Remington 514 single shot, handed down to my from my oldest brother as a Xmas present when I was ~10 or so. Approx. 1966.



    My Marlin Model 60DLX, nothing fancy, just pretty. Bought it from a member here.

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    So I was trolling this thread when I came across Hosers Anschutz 2018. So how many rounds to a lot and how many lots do you normally test? Is it enough to get you through a season of practice and matches, is that the idea behind it? Man that thing looks awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smchop View Post
    So I was trolling this thread when I came across Hosers Anschutz 2018. So how many rounds to a lot and how many lots do you normally test? Is it enough to get you through a season of practice and matches, is that the idea behind it? Man that thing looks awesome!
    A "lot" of Eley ammo is many thousands of rounds. Like a pallet of ammo.

    For lot testing you buy several 50 round boxes from a few different lots. Some guys look for lots around a certain velocity and others look for ammo that was made on a certain machine. Some guys go nuts and look for both.

    Once they find a good lot of ammo they buy a case or five of ammo.

    I buy a case or two of ammo that shows promise. And Eley isn't cheap so buying 15-20K isn't something I can sneak past my bride.
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    I understand the arithmetic of your statement, and I must say that your wife is a trooper, and a true find. Well done.

    Before 22lr became a "rare commodity", I don't think many outside the competition/precision community had any idea you could spend that much on rimfire ammunition.


    ETA: I am not a member of said community, but I'm a bit of an info junkie, and have long been aware of this market.

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    New Anschutz 1727. 22 LR.

    GRS Stock, S&B 5-20 Ultra Short, H2CMR reticle, Kelbly rings, Thunderbeast takedown can. I had a choice on the stock, traditional German style made from black Walnut or something I can use at the range instead of plinking at critters.

    I am very happy with it so far. At 200 yards I was holding about a 2 inch group in light and switchy winds.

    The Fortner/straight-pull/Biathlon action is really fast. Open with your trigger finger, close by pushing the back of the bolt closed with your thumb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoser View Post
    New Anschutz 1727. 22 LR.

    GRS Stock, S&B 5-20 Ultra Short, H2CMR reticle, Kelbly rings, Thunderbeast takedown can. I had choice on the stock, traditional German style made from black Walnut or something I can use at the range instead of plinking at critters.

    I am very happy with it so far. At 200 yards I was holding about a 2 inch group in light and switchy winds.

    The Fortner/straight-pull/Biathlon action is really fast. Open with your trigger finger, close with your thumb.
    Because you need more toys?

    VERY Nice!!!!

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    I guess the photo would actually help...

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    Good looking Annie. See you Sunday.

    I can bring some spare 10 round mags if you want.
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