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    CGN Regular vultr's Avatar
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    Sweet. Will you be bringing in barrels too? My only gripe is that I wish these had the ability to take AR stocks.

    Edit: does this stock interface with MCX/MPX/Rattler stocks?
    Last edited by vultr; 06-13-2020 at 01:34 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pointdexter View Post
    I would love to drop the coin on one because of the barrel and trued action, but i recently handled one at basspro--the stock is shockingly flexible (in a very bad way) and working the bolt was atrocious. It felt, and sounded, like two unfiled razor sharp pieces of stainless steel grinding together without a molecule of oil. I really had high hopes...

    But back on topic, id love to see some groups from this rifle...and hopefully they can drop a 6.5 prc in there.

    Also, when are these coming in? A month or two?
    We have been told by the importer/distributor that the .308 and 6.5 Creedmoor calibers in the black chassis will be available in approximately 8 weeks. The camo and 277 Fury will be available by late fall (Sept/Oct).


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    CGN Regular Pointdexter's Avatar
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    Any idea how much a spare barrel will be? It would be neat to have the rifle and swap a barrel for the opposite calibre (308/6.5)

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    Quote Originally Posted by vultr View Post
    Yup, I was holding out for fury myself. I can't find any reviews of anyone running the cartridge though....308 it is!
    The only video Iíve seen is the Born and Raised outdoors YouTube. Some episodes itís 6.5 creed but the late season episode 10 itís the .277 fury
    https://youtu.be/VAgah4p6_b4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pointdexter View Post
    I would love to drop the coin on one because of the barrel and trued action, but i recently handled one at basspro--the stock is shockingly flexible (in a very bad way) and working the bolt was atrocious. It felt, and sounded, like two unfiled razor sharp pieces of stainless steel grinding together without a molecule of oil. I really had high hopes...

    But back on topic, id love to see some groups from this rifle...and hopefully they can drop a 6.5 prc in there.

    Also, when are these coming in? A month or two?
    Thanks for this brief review

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    Born and raised outdoors just released another video,at the end they talk about an up coming long action version and more caliber options.

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    Biggest question...which one to get? 308 or 6.5?

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    What is the cost of the .277 fury ammo?

    This will be the deciding factor and what cal I get, thank you
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    Will the stock on the 308 be permanently pinned open to maintain nonrestricted length?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinman304 View Post
    Will the stock on the 308 be permanently pinned open to maintain nonrestricted length?
    If i had to guess I would say it would just have an added muzzle device

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