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Thread: Tikka T3x Tac A1 Review: 6.5 Creedmoor

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeg26er View Post
    Anything lighter with a folding stock? Sub 8lbs and Sub 2k?
    Lrp is 9.3-9.6lb and a folder can be added if not included.
    I doubt youll find a chassis for < 8lb

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    I think a couple companies are making carbon fiber chassis systems that are light weight. However I think the chassis alone are over 1000 bucks easy.
    C co 1/30th Infantry Regiment
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    IraqGunz:
    No dude is going to get shot in the chest at 300 yards and look down and say "What is that, a 3 MOA group?"

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    Gaijin, which Steiner is that?
    C co 1/30th Infantry Regiment
    3rd Brigade 3rd Infantry Division
    2002-2006
    OIF 1 and 3

    IraqGunz:
    No dude is going to get shot in the chest at 300 yards and look down and say "What is that, a 3 MOA group?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by C-grunt View Post
    Gaijin, which Steiner is that?
    5-25 T5Xi, Burris XTR Signature rings set at 25 MOA.
    Last edited by gaijin; 05-15-18 at 16:40.

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    Waiting for the left-handed model to hit the market, then I'm on the 6.5 CM.
    E pluribus unum

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaijin View Post
    Ladder test completed today, weather even cooperated- wind at 15 MPH S/W.

    Been running RL16 with 6.5 CM due to temp insensitivity and velocity.

    Couple 3 shot groups (ladder test) @ 41.5 gr., 100 yds. Grid/squares are 3/4", each quadrant 3/8".
    Darn thing shoots.
    One thing I've noticed with all (5) of the 6.5 CM's I've developed loads for is nearly anything I've loaded will shoot well, in either bolt or gas gun.





    Sweet shooting and nice rig. I only had one Tikka, a 22-250 and it was a laser. I got believe those guns are lasers too.

    PB
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    I'm thinking I need one of these.

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    I bought one of these Tikkas recently. Just waiting, impatiently, for my scope to show up --- in August. :-(

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