Last edited by Cadex; 13-07-2013 at 07:27.
Well done Cadex, your 222. is a cracking round for Roe.
"let him without sin cast the first stone"
I agree buck, I've owned and shot a few different rifles and cartridges and the .222 is by far my favourite roe calibre.
Light to carry, no recoil, little report even un-moderated like mine, very little carcass damage ...what's not to like.
Last edited by Cadex; 13-07-2013 at 12:12.
Nice beastie, well done! Like the stock on that rifle too, what is it?
At u back from sunny climes Bryan ? Must be at work too .... only sado's like us on at this time in the morn ;-)
Hope you have plans to clean that tall bonny shaped heid you got ... im very interested to know how far off 450g (whole skull) it is.
No still holidaying Pal, just sitting on the balcony having a beer and a smoke flicking through the young eens ipad whilst the troops are getting off to sleep.
Will get a chance to clean him when I'm home next week bud, I'll let you know the weight!
Thanks mate . .it's a laminated Boyds stock (varmint).
Last edited by Cadex; 13-07-2013 at 08:57.
Well it looks the business that's for sure, do you find it to be more accurate than a conventional stock, love the idea of it but never used one, just curious as to whether it makes any odds?
Hi Bryan, I bought the rifle from another member of the SD, stock included.
It's by and large the most accurate rifle I've owned ..It was built by Brian Pybus of Derby on a Remington 722 action and Douglas barrel.
It has a Rifle Basix trigger and had work done to the bolt and firing pin I believe.
With a hand loaded A Max it will shoot consistant half inch groups.
You know what its like, rifles and calibers come and go but it's one of those little rifles that I'll always hold onto.
Last edited by Cadex; 18-07-2013 at 16:36.