Discussion in 'Up To .375' started by sheephunterab, Aug 11, 2016.
Very nice rifle in a superb chambering! Hope it shoots as good as it looks!
Lovely. Now a .416 Rigby to fill out the top end.
Maybe in a giraffe paint scheme?
That's a real nifty set-up Sheephunter !
Versatile, practical and durable.
I like it A LOT.
I have a CRF M70 .300 Win in a synthetic stock and, whilst nowhere near as nice as this piece is, it sure does do the job on all sorts of medium to large soft skinned game, AND it's a pleasure to carry.
Classic calibre, nicely done rifle. Like many I don't much care for synthetic none walnut stocks but that is very nicely done. I also like the idea of a 40Cal top end rifle vote for a 404 Jeff with the "giraffe paint scheme"
Love the rifle and the chambering.
just posted a picture of my RMR 30-06 that came out of same shop shoots like a dream with factory ammo sub moa
Very nice rifle, congrats.
Some people find it hard to see any beauty in rifle unless it is draped in a highly figured walnut stock contrasting deep blue metal work, and whilst I admit such rifles are definitely easy on the eye I can too see the beauty in the function and form of a well put together synthetic that is all about business !
There is little doubt that the rifles posted in this thread will feature in the memories of the owners on many successful hunts in marginal country in less than ideal conditions and they will perform and be reliable time and again. Function and form
Very good looking rifle sir!
Very very Nice ..congrats
Great choice on cartridge & action !
Rod was showing me that 30-06 it's very nice. RMR builds a very fine rifle, they have done 7 for me so far. They are just finishing up on a 585 Hubel Express should be done in the next couple of months.
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