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Old 08-09-2021, 04:28 PM
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All KIDD. Classic Receiver, 20" Match Grade Barrel, Two Stage Trigger, Scalloped Bolt,
Rear Tang. Bought the Joe Chacon/Tony Mele stock. The stock was not inletted for the rear tang. Sent it to AZGUY to work his magic on. Inlet the rear tang, pillar bed, etc. Beautiful job. Thanks George. Weaver T-36 Scope.


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Old 08-09-2021, 10:45 PM
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Mostly Kidd. Jennings spalted maple BR stock. SWFA SS 20X scope. This set up has kicked butt in some local BR matches against many (but not all) Limited class rifles.



What do you think of my new BR base? I'll be shooting with it in a BR match tomorrow.
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Old 08-10-2021, 01:24 PM
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All KIDD. Classic Receiver, 20" Match Grade Barrel, Two Stage Trigger, Scalloped Bolt,
Rear Tang. Bought the Joe Chacon/Tony Mele stock. The stock was not inletted for the rear tang. Sent it to AZGUY to work his magic on. Inlet the rear tang, pillar bed, etc. Beautiful job. Thanks George. Weaver T-36 Scope.
Absolutely gorgeous. Job well done, I love it!

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Mostly Kidd. Jennings spalted maple BR stock. SWFA SS 20X scope. This set up has kicked butt in some local BR matches against many (but not all) Limited class rifles.

What do you think of my new BR base? I'll be shooting with it in a BR match tomorrow.
Again, gorgeous build on yours as well. Ya gotta love Larry's work, I know I do. Love the base as well, very creative and looks like it should serve you well brother!
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Old 08-13-2021, 07:32 PM
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Well I finished my squirrel rifle . Now have to get to the range and get her dialed in !
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Bell and Carlson heritage stock
Kidd 2 stage trigger
Kidd scalloped bolt
Feddersen 16 inch bull barrel
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Old 08-30-2021, 03:08 PM
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Latest iteration, Kidd 18" heavy, fluted & threaded Super Grade. Opted for silver, now the gun really has some color variation.. Ha!

Hope to get it out this week. Also added John Aadland's scope throw lever for the Razor HD.

Edit: Also, I'm glad to state that Tony's "polished" barrels are in fact machined, not polished. Just what I'd thought & hoped it to be. Perfect.




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Old 09-02-2021, 03:35 PM
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Gorgeous day, got her out for a maiden voyage. I ran ~ 200 rounds of Norma Tac-22 40g just to get a baseline. Nothing to brag about, but I did have a few 5 shots bug hole groups. Wind was gusty, but it didn't do too bad. No malfunctions at all.

I ended up swapping in my silver Kidd bolt & newer design silver single stage trigger (1.5lb) I'll have to post my findings between Kidd's bolt & my older (~ 6 years) JWH bolt. That's for another post.

This was at 50 yards. I'll experiment with ammo over the next few months to see what it really likes.

edit: Also, the more time I spend behind the Razor HD GenII I've come to appreciate it. Having 27x @ 50yds is super nice. Now I'm spoiled..







#3 is a Chicken Dinner!!





9,10 & 11 all had fliers. #12 on this one was super nice! Then we had a group "off the targets" going with a nice filer too.. go figure. 12 it is.


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Old 09-15-2021, 09:25 PM
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Just shot in a club rimfire benchrest match with my Ruger 10/22. This 10/22 outscored a bunch of bolt guns on a 50 yard IBS target, with a score of 749-34x. This rifle was in the Unlimited class, Non-Bolt.

I used a new to me Weaver T-36 scope and borrowed a Holeshot rear mechanical rest for this match. Used Eley Match ammo.








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