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7 x 64 Brenneke.

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Finished this one a couple of weeks ago, made a change from the usual stuff or re barrelling tikka's this year [ never done as many ]

Anyway, this started life as a left hand, donor long action remmy.

Its had a full blueprint, then fitted with a Sassen blank, and chambered in 7 x 64 Brenneke.

The customer already has one of this calibre, I made him a while ago, and loves it.


It has one of my 3 port brakes, and also a Jet z moderator.


Bolt knob conversion and 20 MOA rail.


The stock is an MDT model, and i've cerakoted it, in one of my camo patterns. The colours were picked to be similar to the Canadian MARPAT [ i think its called ] which has a lot of lime green , simulating Lichen, in it.

A pig of a job.

I dont use airdry ceracoat for ease, on jobs like this.....every colour is heat cured cerakote, and in and out of the oven many times.

Takes far longer, but it doesn't wear off.


Barrelled action is done in cerakote OD Green.


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Wow Dave , that calibre IS different in such a rifle 


sweet job though 

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