are we to assume its in .308?
This is a discussion on GA precision hospitaller within the Classifieds - Rifles forums, part of the Classifieds category; selling my GA precision hospitaller 308. it is roughly 3-4 years old, i am the 3rd owner of this rifle and when i bought it, ...
selling my GA precision hospitaller 308. it is roughly 3-4 years old, i am the 3rd owner of this rifle and when i bought it, it only had 100 rounds through it. since then i have put 400 rounds through it. this is a low round count for these guns. this rifle is a tack driver at 1000 yards and hate to sell. when i bought the rifle is was not threaded so i had it threaded for a muzzle break and suppressor. looking to get 4000$ i need to move this fast make reasonable offer
surgeon 591 action
22" threaded bartlein heavy barrel
manners T4-A stock
1-5rd mag 1-10rd mag
i have a vortex viper PST 6-24x50 FFP EBR-2C scope with 1/4 MOA clicks that i could sell with the rifle for additional cost
i have alot into this rifle and i am looking to get 4000$ without the scope/rings or 5000$ with scope/rings offers welcome. i am not interested in trades at this time
photo below was right before i sent it to get the barrel threaded
Last edited by sterrett25; 07-12-2015 at 04:49 PM.
yes it is 308 sorry forgot to put the caliber. thanks for pointing that out i just updated my post
have you done any load development with it? or just factory/box ammo? what's like to eat? any feedback as to group size vs diff ammo you've tried?
no i have not started reloading yet. i have been running factory 'trajectory technologies (trajetech) 175 match grade at 2650fps' through it. it seems to like that ammo alot i havent really tried anything else through it. groups are great the first day i got it i shot 5 shot groups at 100 yards and almost every shot was touching. first 2 images i atteched to this reply were the first day i got it. 3rd image i attached was 4 weeks ago at 200 yards and 20 shots to the head and 20 to the chest.
Last edited by sterrett25; 07-09-2015 at 05:39 AM.