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    Default Re: Short Video with the LRKM in .338 Terminator

    I have never been very good off hand. Pretty much minute of barn door but it's good to hear that it handles well for sure. I certainly need to work on my standing shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heat View Post
    I have never been very good off hand. Pretty much minute of barn door but it's good to hear that it handles well for sure. I certainly need to work on my standing shooting.

    Ken....
    I hear you Ken. I need to practice it more as well. The last animal I shot off hand was several years ago after tracking a wounded bull 4.7 miles (from my gps) Thank goodness for the fresh snow and a light blood trail. I shot off hand to finish him in his bed right before dark and it had just started snowing again. We were very lucky to recover this bull. That was the end of my career of hunting elk with a 7mm and Barnes bullets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broz View Post
    Ken, when comparing to long barreled long range rifles off hand, especially those weighing over 12 lbs., The LRKM is very easy to shoot off hand. It is surprising even at distances past 1000 where we would never try an off hand shot.

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    Jeff,
    Not sure if I missed it anywhere but how much does the LRKM weigh

    Thanks

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    Good work Jeff! Very intriguing rifle and cartridge concept too.
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    Default Re: Short Video with the LRKM in .338 Terminator

    [QUOTE=RIDGE RIDER;68146]Jeff,
    Not sure if I missed it anywhere but how much does the LRKM weigh

    Thanks

    RR[/QUOTE

    Hi Jeff

    Is there a problem with getting a reply to my request

    Thanks again in advance

    RR]
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    Default Re: Short Video with the LRKM in .338 Terminator

    Quote Originally Posted by RIDGE RIDER View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by RIDGE RIDER View Post
    Jeff,
    Not sure if I missed it anywhere but how much does the LRKM weigh

    Thanks

    RR
    Hi Jeff

    Is there a problem with getting a reply to my request

    Thanks again in advance

    RR
    He mentions just under 16 pounds with scope, bipod, etc on another forum.

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    RR, there is not a problem for me and if you noticed I had not been back on this thread since you asked. Do I sense an attitude from your post? "Is there a problem with getting a reply to my request" sorry I didn't get to your "REQUEST" sooner.

    But hey you told me when I started this build long ago, and I believe it was right on this forum you knew all about it. So why even ask me? Then come back with attitude. Sorry RR I don't get it?

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    Default Re: Short Video with the LRKM in .338 Terminator

    Jeff,

    I sent a deposit to Shawn today for a LRKM in 338+P Terminator with a 32 inch barrel. He told me it would be a Krieger barrel, if I remember right doesn't yours have a Broughton barrel?
    I'm sure Shawn knows best, is this a coke/pepsi thing or? Now I can't wait. Guess I need to go to one of Shawn's classes to learn how to shoot now.
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    Default Re: Short Video with the LRKM in .338 Terminator

    Roger mine does have a 32" Kreiger Hart only will make them to 30". I am sure that is the same barrel Shawn will use on yours.

    We have had a second LRKM on order for a while now for my son. I hope you are as happy with yours as I am mine. In the mean time get some Lapua 338 LM brass and ask Shawn when you can rent his hydro forming die. Then you will have the brass ready to rock when your rifle is done. Also be on the look out for VV N-570 or possibly RL33 if you cant find the N-570
    Jeff
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    Interesting, what liquid is used in the die?
    And, do you hit the piston with a hammer or something else?

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