What benchrest rifle do you use

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  1. Phil Kennett

    Phil Kennett Active Member

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    Here you go Paul, I also have one for my HFT500



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  2. Phil Kennett

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    And here is an HFT500 Hamster and 9015 full BR stock

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  3. Paul_T

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    Thanks Phil, that's some nice wood work.
    I like the idea of the BR Hamsters as it keeps the rifle a bit more multi purpose.
    Now all I need now is to save up for an Anschutz... Might take some time.
     
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    Those hamsters look great! Will have to order one of those for the Club stock I reckon.
     
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  6. Phil Kennett

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    Ye
    It slips on and off in a jiffy, useful if you gun doubles up as an HFT-Benchrest
     
  7. Phil Kennett

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    Agreed, terrific looking stock
     
  8. tillygti6

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    Them bench rest wedges are a nice simple addition, a smidge under 3" wide too.
     
  9. tillygti6

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    It will be worth looking at the prices for an action only, and having a stock built to your own spec. Last time I looked it worked out much the same price.
    This was for the club/junior and black air models, not the posher offerings from anschutz. They are way dearer.
     
  10. Paul_T

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    Thanks for that. I hadn't really thought of doing it that way. I'll have to look into it when if I manage to get the funds together. Especially if it works out similar to a club stock 9015. Cheers:).
     
  11. paul.w

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    Every rifle iv tried for benchrest, iv always add something to it to make the stock better. so I'm think of buying an action this year an getting a stock made. Well that's the plan this year. and to sell a few rifles to pay for all this....
     
  12. Phil Kennett

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    What action Paul?
     
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    Lol Phil.......
     
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