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w0rks2much

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  1. Hi Folks, I would like to share with you a re-barrel job that has been completed by James Clark (Jager SA of Colchester). My Remington 700 .308 was a custom build that I used primarily for target shooting and a little hunting (fallow from a high seat), recently the group started to open up that cleaning, soaking and cleaning couldn’t fix. In the back of my mind I knew this was a serious problem. There is nothing more frustrating than being unable to diagnose a fault. A friend recommended James, we spoke on the phone and James offered to take a look with his bore scope, the result was the barrel was knackered. Disaster! James took the time to discuss my options, I never once felt pressured, he just got that the rifle meant a lot to me and after a while we ended up on re-barrel job. Numerous barrel options were discussed from his stock and alternatives that could be ordered in. I left my rifle with James while I did a little research and settled on a True Flite Ultra Match. I wanted the barrel screw cut 18/1 with a hidden thread protector, polished, fitted back into my bedded action and proofed. I couldn’t believe how little he charged for the job, very reasonable indeed. James even took the time to repaint the action, not only to improve the look but to protect and extend the life of the action. Of course the true test is at the range and I must say it doesn’t disappoint incredible accuracy and a tighter group than the previous custom barrel. Once re-zeroed I couldn’t wait to go hunting, three Fallow and one Muntjac later I can confirm the rifle is spot on. A big thank you to James Clark – Jager SA for turning my failing rifle back into a precision instrument, outstanding workmanship at the best price around. Any and all future rifle work will be headed to Jager SA. Thanks, Jeff.
  2. w0rks2much

    Adjustable Torch Mount

    much appreciated, cheers.
  3. Hi, Does anyone have an adjustable torch mount they would consider selling? This would be a picatinny base, adjust windage and elevation (up,down, left & right) and fit a NM800 torch body. Thanks for looking.
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    Hornady Super Performance?

    Hi Would this be a result of cross over, where the scope and bore are not completely in line? Just a thought.
  5. w0rks2much

    New Member

    Thanks for the welcomes guys.
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    New Member

    Good afternoon, I'm delighted to join your forum. I'm look forward to sharing your posts and getting advice from you knowledgeable folks. I'm into target shooting, foxing, deer stalking, some shotgun and air rifle shooting. It must be said my skill with a shotgun seems to be a little hit and miss.... Current projects include - making a flat metal platform to permanently mount to the roof of my truck for mobile highseat work. Just finished my first night vision handheld spotter, looks promising just need a field test. Should be good out to 150/180 yards. (E700 camera, 50mm lens, NM800IR, Elwire lithium battery pack and 5" screen). Making a static highseat for a permission. To be honest this project seems to have fallen behind the others but I'll get there.... I'm looking forward to sharing a few posts, Have a good day folks.
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