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hi all,
for my first topic, I want to show you a weapon not often seen on US sniping page : PGM Precision Ultima Ration Intervention.
I've mount a Tasco SS 10X42M on mine, wich is .308.
I tried a lot of different weapons in my life, like Rem 700PSS, SSG-69..., but I can say that this one is very impressive : superb comfort with a very effectiv muzzle break, very stable and top accuracy...
Here some pics :


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have a nice day
Cedric
 

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An interesting rifle to say the least. I haven't seen a barrel like that before, does it have something to do with dissapating heat?
 

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Yes, that's his purpose. This weapon is built for first shot accuracy, that means cold bore... So this heating dissipator is very effective for multiple shots. The barrel is getting colder faster than a nacked one. But, with it, this rifle seem to be a .50 caliber one, but it's realy a .308 !
 

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I'm very happy to see that someone else like this rifle, because I like it very much. Like I said, it is a very impressive sniper rifle, despite it's weight... and it has a pretty design (little bit strange, no...).
 

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This one is the last product of PGM Precision. I never heard what is it's accuracy, in particular vs Accuracy International's one. But I like the third pod of the stock, it must be usefull for long range shooting.
 

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I live outside of the US (In Europe, but not in the political Europe, find where ?), so that's written PGM on mine. The PGM factory is less than 100 km from me...
 

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strange design but in a looking comfortable to shoot way
hows the recoil pad on that it looks a lil strange is that comfortable? i cant accurately speculate cause i never saw the recoil pad like that on a rifle i was shooting

how heavy is the rifle?
hows the bi-pod?

with an effective muzzle brake im guessing it hits down range like a .308 but kicks at your end like a .223? ;)
 

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Yes, this is one of the rifles in my "review queue". At some point I need to get my hands on one....

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the recoil pad is fully adjustable, so I adjust it like that to fit my shoulder...
The bipod is the parker-hale one, the rolls-royce of the bipod. Just the end of the bipod, the part touching the ground, is not very stable, because it can move on every direction. But with it, you can move your weapon how do you want, without any hard point.
The weight : 8kg with the scope
 

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chaisser man! i didnt know they have a factory in Switzerland.i thought it was in france. im moving to Switzerland soon. i sent PGM a request for the price of a ultima ratio in 260 Rem with a 28" barrel and they quoted a 1.8Twist rate and 10 round mag. It is very expensive compared to other guns. However in the Design that PGM sent me the barrel does not have the Spiral fluting. its a smooth barrel. they probably do not make them with the spiral fluting and the price quote comes for the rifle witout the barrel with a barrel price of 650Euros.

i was actually interested in the 300Win Mag model but their representative told me that they do not offer it instead they have the 338lapua.

so since they dont make the 300win mag i'm looking at the sako TRG now however the 260Rem is still in my mind.
 
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