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First time to try posting a pic here.  Please bear with me.  If it works, it should show my Savage BVSS in 308, SS10x42, Farrell std base, Warne QD rings, and Versapod.  Thanks for everyone's help.

 

 

 

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I love it, very nice and well executed set-up.
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Boy does that look like FUN.
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    "SUITABLE  FOR  FRAMING"   Must agree, well planned.!!
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Thanks for the kind words and warm welcome guys. 

 

If DEADBEAT's around, you can see from the pics that I had plenty of room with the medium height Warne Maxima rings, and could have gone with the low version.

 

BTW, although I don't have many rounds through it yet, I've tried the Hornady A-max, Federal GMM, and Black Hills SMK, and it seems to like the Black Hills 168gr the best. 

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Agree very nice rifle and set up, post some targets when you can I would bet it will ba a tack driver.

 

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Nice stick!!

 

How do you like the Accu-Trigger?

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I'll see what I can do as far as the targets.  I think it's main limitations are my shaky hands and poor eyesight.  Given those limitations, even with me pulling the trigger, it easily puts 3 rounds under an inch.  Looking forward to getting more practice, and picking up some tips here in the forums.

 

I like the Accu-Trigger, but I haven't changed it from whatever the factory setting was.  It's still got a lighter pull than anything else I've shot.

 

The rifle itself is a pretty heavy setup.  As pictured, it weighs in right at 13.8 lbs.

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very nice i should have mine done by the end of he weekend if im lucky . thanks for the info on the rings i went with the farrel std. base and burris XTR rings

 

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Sounds great Jim, please post pics if possible.
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