Maybe this time??? And thanks for the welcome and link to help me yellowjacket...
Just so you aware of all the options... You can get a fluted LIGHT barel also. Unless you are planning for bench shooting with your tapco stock you may want to consider an aluminum barrel. Have fun :comeandgeI want to start with the tapco t6 tactical trainer stock and get a fluted heavy barrel for it
No color = standard , Red = 10% Heavier , White = 10% lighterSo there it is in factory condition.....next is the stock...but first I was lookin at a Kidd bolt handle but there are 3 different springs in the kit one for sub sonic ammo one for 17 hmr and a normal ammo... any one know how to tell the difference??
Yeah thank you I was lookin at both of the E.R. Shaw stainless helical fluted in both tapered and heavy and thought if I got a heavy it would be a little more accurate from the bi pod grip I want to mount on the t6.....you think?? I'm open to all options I just want to make it a good reliable target shooter.....Just so you aware of all the options... You can get a fluted LIGHT barel also. Unless you are planning for bench shooting with your tapco stock you may want to consider an aluminum barrel. Have fun :comeandge
Yeah I'm on a pretty tight budget.....lol but yeah, show me this groups I'd love to see the accuracy from anything....and I was def planing on the fluted for weightinged as I do some squirrel hunting too.....Hey I just picked up an 18in. ER shaw bull barrel without anything fancy about a month ago and it works great, definitely reccomend it. I really love the thing since it was only $99 it really surprised me with how well it did for being that cheap. I was getting sub 1/2 in. groupings at 50 and 65 yds easy using CCI roundnose minimags (Loves em) with a little help from a volquartsen target hammer. Only thing to watch out for is it gets pretty front heavy, now that I think about it I probably should have forked out a bit more money for the fluted version since I take it on long squirrel hunts. Other than that it's great especially if your on a budget like me (only half my rifles done still). Good luck, I'll try to post some groupings tommorow if you need them.
Here's a link to posting pictures and attachments to the forum:Sorry it's taking so long, anybody know how to post pictures on here still kind of new. I keep getting a URL thing?