Valkyrie rifles custom rifle, built by Dave Wylde.
Single shot action
Small firing pin
20moa rail available
Bartlein barrel 1-8" twist with an invisible thread protector.
McMillan A5 stock
Will shoot anything from 55gr to 108gr bullets
Redding Dies -...
My buddy approached me with a question -
When you have a rifle duracoated/cerakoted, and it comes back to you and you can't see the proof marks, is it out of proof (even if it has been to proof and passed).
Given the circumstances of the moment, the brain gets creative...
I've been on the lookout for a nice piece of wood for my Remington clone that's made from steel, not stainless.
In its past, it's been cerakoted...
So with this in mind, I've had thoughts of "what if carlsberg made Corona beer...
I have a rifle that is chromoly steel which has a cerakote finish.
I would like to change this back to a deep blue finish.
How difficult is it to remove the cerakote, what sort of finish will I expect underneath, and what sort of remedial work would be required to get it back to a high shine...
With refining all my reloading equipment, I've found 150 odd of these -
T 308 stamped brass
Any ideas on value, and what exactly they are?
Some where in my addled brain, I thought they were RWS or something.
I've recently came across (and bought) a usb bore scope from Amazon.
It's advertised as a bore scope and was £50.
I was sceptical at first, due to cost etc.
It arrived in a simple box, but in two minutes once I downloaded the app, I got to see the condition of the bore....
Definitely worth the...
Before I advertise a rifle for sale, I don't see many for sale nowadays like this, and so hard to gauge the price.
I have a sako 75 243 hunter that was zeroed, and then put away. Intrinsically, it's brand new...
With my buddy over tonight, we are having a to-and-fro regarding larger calibers for deer and boar etc and the concept of who runs factory ammo in a custom gun?
For me, this was brought about, due to the wife is expecting, and time will be short for doing both shooting and reloading.
As per the title, if you have bought a rifle with out a moderator and you realise that the moderator you have doesn't fit, do you recut the muzzle threads if you have "enough" barrel length or buy a new moderator.
There's obviously a big difference in potential cost if you buy a new moderator...