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Thread: Unique Alpine Bolt Action Rifles

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    I had never heard of Unique Alpine before this thread, I'm pretty excited to find out about this. I've ALWAYS wanted a three lug, 60 throw (check!) with controlled feed (check!), AICS mag (check!), controlled ejection (check!) and... a carbon fibre barrel.

    So with that in mind, what's the pattern for barrel threading? Or are carbon fibre models available? Or is alternative barrels impossible because of the barrel to receiver mating system?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Astute Observer View Post
    Any more of the scout rifles coming in?
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    I took some time to look thought the manufactures website and converted their metric weights to imperial. The weight given where a range depending on configurations, so That is how I choose to present it also, and tried to hyper link to the corresponding webpage on the manufactures site.

    3.0 to 3.5kg ( 6.6 to 7.7 lbs) JPR-1 Europa Model

    4.1 to 4.2kg ( 9.0 to 9.3 lbs) JPR-1 Kodiak Model

    3.7 to 3.7kg ( 8.2 to 8.2 lbs) JPR-1 Kodiak Scout

    4.2 to 4.3kg ( 9.3 to 9.5 lbs) JPR-1 Highland

    4.2 to 4.7kg ( 9.3 to 10.4 lbs) JPR-1 Nordland

    4.2 to 4.7kg ( 9.3 to 10.4 lbs) JPR-1 Nordland Scout

    4.2 to 5.3kg ( 9.3 to 11.7 lbs) UPG-1


    They may be a little beefy for some people, but I myself an curious about them.
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    It’s not very often a wooden stocked rifle grabs me
    I am also particularly taken by these rifles
    Just beautiful
    typical British wankers

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    Thanks Tred!

    The Ruger Scout comes in at 7.1 lbs stock 16.1" barrel in .308 with a flash hider. I doubt the extended rail on the Kodiak Scout weighs a full pound, so I'd be curious if the barrel profile is heavier... And what that does for accuracy
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    Any chances of seeing a 6.5x47 come in?

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