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Just thought I'd let you see this one, and didn't want to mess up that other thread any more than I already have.
  I've done this about 6 times in 4 years, 3 aimed shots, no sighting shots, no misses.  Witnessed every time.

It's amazing what you can do with factory equipment and good optics if you'll get off the 'net and go shoot 

Did I mention that I REALLY think alot of those Supersniper scopes?


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What type of equipment were you using...

that's an HS Precision PST-03C stock similar to the M-24 issue unit.
Barrelled action is a Rem700 PSS unit I bought from a friend who said it wouldn't shoot.
Recrowned the barrel and the rest is history.
Ammunition was a handload, 168 Hornady AMAX over 45 grains of varget powder for 2705fps.
100 yard zero, and 35.5 moa to 1000 yards at 28.85 Hg, 50 degrees F,  1060 feet ASL

The "rest" was my old fat body lying on the ground behind a bipod.  My favorite way to shoot..
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Many thanks, Mike.

 

I just shot my SS the other day and I was satisfied. 

Only paying $300 for the SS makes me feel like I stole it!!    

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Great shooting and great looking weapon there too, Mike.
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Mike tell us about the cheekpiece on that stock would you.
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Urimaginaryfrnd,

The stock is an HS Precision model PST03-C.  This fits the rem 700 short action, others are available for the long action remingtons.

It's for the most part an issue M-24 stock with the factory addition of the adjustable cheekpiece, controlled by a thumbwheel at the bottom of the stock, behind the wrist.
The PST25 series has the same feature.  Never had one move after adjustment, and it really makes getting into a comfortable
shooting position very easy.
As far as I know, these cannot be added to  an existing stock.

I wouldn't own an HSP without this feature.
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Just wanted to bump this thread back to where folks can see it for the first time, or again.

Outstanding shooting, Mr. Mike! Excellent 

No doubt great gear played a part in that group, but I think in your case, it's the singer, more than the song. Wink

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Wow, great shooting Mike!!!    Bow
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Fantastic shooting Mike,great trigger finger.
 
Just bought my 3rd SS10x this past Friday, & i'ts the only non Euro glass I own .Your right I feel like I stole it at 3 bills,most of my ring /rail combos cost more than 300.
 
Once again very nice shootingExcellent
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