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A 6 month Special Order wait for these,we have 2 in stock

T3X CTR in 6.5 Creedmoor stainless action and barrel 24" screwcut 5/8 UNEF 10 round detachable magazine Super varmint stock with adjustable cheek piece.

If your waiting foir a TAC A1 this could be a cheaper alternative available now.


£1250


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Livens 01283-568661

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I've been shooting with one of these today and can honestly say it's a real treat to use. Excellent accuracy and definitely one to be given thought.

 

Cheers

Paul

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We should all have these instead of wasting £1000's on so called customs that in the real world shoot no better!!

 

:lol:

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I've been shooting with one of these today and can honestly say it's a real treat to use. Excellent accuracy and definitely one to be given thought.

 

Cheers

Paul

What sort of accuracy did you get please?

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I have a T3x CTR (non-adjustable stock, blued barrel), first 3 shots at 100m gave me a lovely cloverleaf with no load development at all, just a 168gr Nosler CC bullet over 42gr of N140.

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I have a T3x CTR (non-adjustable stock, blued barrel), first 3 shots at 100m gave me a lovely cloverleaf with no load development at all, just a 168gr Nosler CC bullet over 42gr of N140.

Aye Jeff - yours is .308 though = comparable but not identical

 

Between the CTR & your Ruger RPR in 6.5CM, which is the more accurate?

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Hard to say really, both are more accurate than I can shoot them due to the joys of getting older and my various physical limitations.

 

Best I can manage with anything at the moment is a 1" group at 100yds, every rifle I've had will do that easily. A few years back I could consistently shoot a 1/2" group with my Steyr SSG-04 off a sandbag lying prone, lying down simply isn't an option any longer.

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