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FN PBR Project

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by Oakley1wa, Dec 29, 2011.

  1. Oakley1wa

    Oakley1wa Beaverton, Oregon, United States Member

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    Hello Guys!

    I just have to share. After finishing all my other projects (My AR build) and purchasing a new Sig P238, I finally got my FN PBR back from the shop the other day with all of my changes made. Had the trigger tuned and a new muzzle brake fitted. I think the brake really looks good with the 24" fluted barrel. I also recently had it bedded with a new Bell & Carlson 7200 stock and got all the small accessories added. Im pretty pleased. I cant wait to reach out and touch something with it! I wish the pictures were better... It's hard to truly appreciate in these ones.

    Since I have your attention... Does anyone have a favorite 300wsm box ammo? I am looking for a good range round. Thanks

    Side note. I strongly recommend Richard's Gun Shop in Tillamook to anyone on the Oregon coast who needs a gunsmith. I was very pleased with him

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  2. Obi_Wang

    Obi_Wang Scappoose Or Member

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    Wow, beautiful rifle break looks great on there interested to see some range pics.
     
  3. Oakley1wa

    Oakley1wa Beaverton, Oregon, United States Member

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    Thank you. It actually came out better than I had hoped. I cant wait to get some range time with it!
     
  4. cyclesurvival

    cyclesurvival Vancouver Well-Known Member

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    Oakley
    What brand of muzzle brake?
    Thanks cycle
     
  5. Oakley1wa

    Oakley1wa Beaverton, Oregon, United States Member

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    It's called a Painkiller and is made by a man who builds custom brakes named Kirby Allen. His company is Allen Precision Shooting