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    My new 300 win ready for the range

    Just need to torque down the rings to spec then it's time for the range. I will pick up a few differant bullet grains and mfg's and find out what bullet the gun likes best. SMR Paladin built by Snowy Mountain Rifles. Can't wait to shoot it.
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    I put the flowers in for MM. Mostly Magnolias! Haha JK MM
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    Looks pretty sweet!

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    Your the one with a flower next to their new gun! HAHAHA
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    Nice rifle

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    Sweet. I really the bell and carlson medalist stock.

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    Fine craftsmanship! I sure it will shoot as good as it looks. Are the Vortex scope rings heavy steel like Warner rings or lighter like Talley rings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awise1 View Post
    Fine craftsmanship! I sure it will shoot as good as it looks. Are the Vortex scope rings heavy steel like Warner rings or lighter like Talley rings?
    They are aluminum. Very lite.

    Thanks it should be a tack driver.
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    Very nice looking and I like the Vortex scope! Keep us posted on how it shoots!

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    Looks good man!
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