Here,s a couple from last week/this week.
First up in a Defiance Deviant magnum long action, chambered in .338 Lapua magnum. CIP spec chamber, and magazine to suit the longer 300 grain bullets.
Barrel is a Sassen at 30" long. Threaded m18 x 1 and it wears a 3 port brake and also an ASE SL7 moderator. Invisible capped.
Paint is Cerakote McMillan tan, which is about the nearest shade to the one AI use on their stocks.
Trigger is a Jewel unit.
Stock is an AI AX long action in Tan.
The Deviants are lovely actions, and this model has the larger .750 dia bolt to cope with the .338 cartridge.
Second up is a stalking rifle.
This is based on a Borden long action, the Timberline.
Onto this is fitted a Sassen fluted sporter blank, and chambered in .284 win. The blank is 24" long.
Threaded M14 x 1 and invisible capped.
Metalwork is done in Cerakote graphite black, to match the black bits in the stock.
The stock is a McMillan Game Scout , and these are rapidly becoming a big seller in my shop. A shorter stock essentially, but with the A5 grip, which most folk seem to love.
The bottom metal is a CDI precision unit, which was inlet, and then bedded in. Once cured, the action was bedded onto the top. This gives a seamless bedding job, which runs all the way through the stock. I've found this always gives excellent results, as there is no stress, and the action is married to the bottom metal, with no chance of anything ever moving, due to atmospherics etc.
The rifle weighs a tad over 8 lbs unscoped. A good weight for a stalking rifle, but with a bit of weight to cope with the .284's recoil. It should be a sweetie with a moderator onboard.