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  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by oneshotonekill View Post
    Phlyodog...sir, um....What exactly do you do for a living? Or is that not for me to know?

    I still say you are the guardian angel of Chuck Norris
    I'm a supervisor at the Indy Metro P.D. Firearms Training Section and the SWAT Sniper Team Leader.

    Just a guy who likes guns and is fortunate enough to work with them on a daily basis.
    There's lots of ________ on here who don't fit your particular stereotype, smearing us with goofball sophistry is what is out of line. It just makes gunowners look like *******s.

    - CarmelHP

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    Quote Originally Posted by phylodog View Post
    I'm a supervisor at the Indy Metro P.D. Firearms Training Section and the SWAT Sniper Team Leader.

    Just a guy who likes guns and is fortunate enough to work with them on a daily basis.

    man the tax writeoffs i would have

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    Quote Originally Posted by sloughfoot View Post
    A common response on this thread and other like threads is "how does it shoot"?

    I really don't care what a rifle looks like, I just want to know how it shoots.

    I think it should be mandatory to post a image of a 300, 500 and 600 yard paper target for each rifle image. Say 10 shots at each distance.
    Here's mine for all 3 distances.



    hooky is an unknown quantity at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phylodog View Post
    I'm a supervisor at the Indy Metro P.D. Firearms Training Section and the SWAT Sniper Team Leader.

    Just a guy who likes guns and is fortunate enough to work with them on a daily basis.

    , I tell ya I wish I could just have the chance to train from someone such as yourself. Thats some very good shooting!
    A reporter interviewing a Marine Sniper asked, " What do you feel when you have to shoot a terrorist"? The Marine shrugged his shoulders and replied "Recoil"

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    Well I dont personaly own a gun that can go to 300, 400, 500 or at least with any acuracy. So nothing wrong w/ posting pics of your precision rifle if it But i guess I need to pos only is shot to 100yrds. Some of us are just starting out. But to make myself feel better I may have to post up a pic of my .22Mag
    A reporter interviewing a Marine Sniper asked, " What do you feel when you have to shoot a terrorist"? The Marine shrugged his shoulders and replied "Recoil"

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgreen3 View Post
    , I tell ya I wish I could just have the chance to train from someone such as yourself. Thats some very good shooting!
    100% AGREED! I also agree with the tax write off statement too....
    Great looking setups!

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    Very cool Phlyodog, that would have to be a very rewarding and yet nerve racking ordeal. Cool shooting sticks and I'm glad you're watching over us sir!
    Believe it or not, I know exactly what I'm doing. Prepare to be dazzled.

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    Remington .338 Lapua Magnum
    Model 700 Police
    Bolt Action Centerfire Rifle
    26" Barrel 338 Lapua with integral Muzzle Brake
    8-40 Scope Mount Screw Holes
    Order No. 25645


    Added the following parts:

    1. Replaced Stock with,
    H-S Precision Stock, Black
    Adjustable Pull
    Adjustable Cheek Rest
    Part# PST026

    2. Harris Bipod Part# LM-S

    3. Tactical Intervention Model 1 Sling, Black
    with Quick Cuff

    4. Leupold Leupold Mark 4 M1 LR/T, 8.5-25X Scope
    Mil Dot Reticle Part# 54690
    with
    Leupold ALUMINA SERIES LENS SHADE
    Alumina 50mm 4" Part# 52353

    5. Badger Ordnance Scope Rail
    Mil-Std-1913 Picatinny
    Remington Long action, 30 MOA cant
    Part # 306-47
    NOTE: Holes are 6-48 and NEED to be 8-40 for the
    Remington 700 Police Model .338 Lapua
    Badger Ordnance will drill the holes to
    8-40 and refinish if you order it from them.
    They got it to me promptly and were good to
    deal with.

    6. Badger Ordnance Scope Rings
    USMC DMR
    Height 1.031’’, diameter 30mm.
    Part# 306-28
    NSN 1005-01-521-0922


    GCA, Life Member GOA, SAF, NRA & ISRPA

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    How's the recoil on that 338 lapua?

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