Project "Dead Coyote" complete........PICS!

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    Project "Dead Coyote" complete........PICS!

    After about a month and getting some helpful tips from fellow forun members Project "dead coyote " is complete. thanks for all the Info everyone.

    Rem 700 Tactical .223 (1/9 twist rate, Confirmed)
    badger tactical bolt handle
    EGR 20MOA
    Burris Extreme Tactical rings
    Wotac Gen 5
    B&C target varmint stock












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    Nice little setup there. Let me know what you think of the Gen 5!!
    Now a proud owner of a Larry McElroy built Savage. Stockade Stock. WoTac 4-14. 20" McGowen Bbl. Harris Bipod. Duracoated and cammied out!!!

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    Thanks. l hopefully have it to the range this weekend and then can post pics and a review.. All that money invested I hope I get a coyote now..lol


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    your rifle is very nice except i can only find 1 thing wrong with it....the gun is not a left handed gun :wink:
    "One shot, one kill"

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    Quote Originally Posted by sniper308
    your rifle is very nice except i can only find 1 thing wrong with it....the gun is not a left handed gun :wink:
    Only thing I find wrong with it is it isn't mine :lol:

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    Thanks but actually I just thought of something wrong with it... I dont have a Bi-Pod :cry: Any suggestions on a good sturdy one that i can use from sitting position or prone?


    I was thinking a Harris 13-24"?

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    There is a glaring defect that is plainly visible in the photo above, and I am very surpised that nobody has mentioned it as of yet. Looking at it, and having enlarged your photo, I am fairly certain it poses no safety concern, but it is present nonethheless. You should rectify this situation prior to declaring the rifle "complete."








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    I see nothing.. maybe you could help a fella out and point it to me?..lol I must be blind..



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    Dang. That worked better than I could have hoped!


    Read down to the bottom of my post. 8)



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    LOL here i was looking my weapon over like .. Ummmm ok maybe I did miss something and now as I read it again you are right... It does have to be put to use before I can call it complete..lol Thanks *sighe of relief*

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