Shooting a 123-grain Lapua Scenar with a ballistic coefficient of .547 and a muzzle velocity of 2600 fps delivers outstanding accuracy out to 1200 yards. At 600 yards, tennis ball size targets are no match for this flat shooting round. For extreme accuracy, formidable terminal ballistics and long range applications, the 6.5 Grendel® from Alexander Arms is unbeatable."
Sounds great - where you going to get ammo for it in the middle of nowhere?
As for the plus 20 moa rail I would probably use one if most of my shooting was at distance to take advantage of the optical center of the scope.
||Badger Ordnance AR Riser Rail
No doubt something in the 6.5 range would be a improvement over .223 and .308 but it really leaves me thinking one should call GAPrecision http://www.gaprecision.com/
and see if George would want to build an AR-10 in .260 Remmington. http://www.dpmsinc.com/store/?cat=2
That you might stand a chance of finding ammo for at a well stocked gun store at least and George does stock some USO. You might eaven get larson tactical to do a cool paint job while its in Kansas City. http://www.larsontactical.com/id17.html
Edited by Urimaginaryfrnd - January/21/2008 at 11:51