Posted July 10, 2018 9:05 pm by Comments

By Patrick Roberts

Shooting the Alamo Precision Rifles Custom in 6.5 Creedmoor that renewed my love for shooting.

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Shooting the Alamo Precision Rifles Custom in 6.5 Creedmoor that renewed my love for shooting.

Well, the rifle that made me fall back in love with shooting was an Alamo Precision Rifles Ranger chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor.

The Alamo Precision Rifles Custom 6.5 Creedmoor Build:

After talking with the guys at Alamo I was sold on them building my dream rifle. I sat down with Robert and talked about what I expected to use the rifle for and what options I thought I preferred we came up with a build list. The entire process was painless and enjoyable.

The action that Alamo used to build my rifle is a Curtis Custom Axiom action. The Axiom features a 3 lug bolt that allows for a short 60-degree bolt throw and a Remington 700 pattern footprint. We decided that the short action receiver should be mated to a Hardy Remington Varmint contour barrel made from 416R stainless with a 6 groove 1-8 twist rifling imported by Dallas Rifle. The American Precision Arms Lil’ Bastard muzzle brake covers 5/8×24 threads that mate up to my suppressor should I want to shoot …Read the Rest

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