New Remington 700 SPS Tactical AAC©-SD

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    LAZY EYED SNIPER

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    Well here she is, fresh from my LGS...


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    Ain't she purdy!
     
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    LAZY EYED SNIPER

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    ... and here she is scoped and sitt'n in the AICS 2.0 with Atlas bipod and Accushot monopod...


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    She was purdy before, but now she's just downright SEXY!!!

    Now comes the Class III application, tax stamp, and the 6-8 month wait for the suppressor. My LGS has some titanium YHM Phantoms on the way and I'll be starting the paperwork as soon as they're in stock. It's gonna be a LONG 6-8 months!
     
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    Very, very nice! Doesn't look like it took you long to get it set up the way you wanted it. How are you liking the 2.0?
     
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    Thank you Sir,

    I actually pulled a different 700 upper off of the chassis and dropped in the new one. It had a 26" barrel that I was looking to have chopped and threaded, but when I found the AAC-SD it was problem solved. The 2.0 stock is great! The bolt can be removed without folding the stock but it it makes it a lot easier when it's out of the way, especially with the shooter's pack on. I also have an OD 1.5 on my 700 SPS Tactical .223. AI makes some really nice gear!
     
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    Damn that's sexy.
     
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    Congrats on the new 700....Very nice...You definitely have good taste...:)
     
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    LES..she looks great...let us know how she shoots?
     
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    The scope looks more expensive that the rifle. What is it?
     
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    Will do.

    Was headed out to the range this morning to get her sighted in, but turned back due to winds gusting up to 40mph. Figured I'd just be wasting ammo it that mess. Have to try it again next weekend.
     
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    LAZY EYED SNIPER

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    It's an NcSTAR Illuminated A.O. 10-40x50 AOE Rangefinder. They're about $120 at Optics Planet. Pretty inexpensive as glass goes, but they work well for me. I'll eventually invest in a Nightforce but I'm building up the rifle roster before I start dropping major cash on glass.
     

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