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Movistar

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Omg elite sand MC plus black ASR 308 mag equals SECHS. That looks so good. I’m thinking maybe I abandon my Dark Earth plans and have my TBAC 338SR done in Elite sand to match. Elite sand plus proof CF barrel plus Elite sand Can. Yep.

so many choices.

@MACHTECH we need way more Elite Sand AXSR pics. Help me OB1. You’re my only hope.
 
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kocustoms

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Omg elite sand MC plus black ASR 308 mag equals SECHS. That looks so good. I’m thinking maybe I abandon my Dark Earth plans and have my TBAC 338SR done in Elite sand to match. Elite sand plus proof CF barrel plus Elite sand Can. Yep.

so many choices.

@MACHTECH we need way more Elite Sand AXSR pics. Help me OB1. You’re my only hope.
I’m so glad I got this elite sand. It looks awesome. And the black contrast parts look really good too.
 

Nik H

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Feeds fine and it's a barrel burner
Thanks!

I was debating trying a new caliber for my AXMC to celebrate the new short action, no adapter, magazines.

Maybe I will stick to 6.5 Creedmoor but I already have that for my AT
 

CATM15

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.243!

I have never thought about that caliber. How do you like it? What ammo do you use? How is the feed reliability?
Haven’t had any failure to feed or any reliability issues so far. Only sits at 138rds at the moment but so far so good. I’m shooting the 105gr nosler RDF’s at 2966 (slower I know but my powder selection didn’t reflect the book data). I’ve been using Sig brass (cost effective and super nice for the price) No recoil what so ever, watching trace and impacts through my scope.
 
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Huskydriver

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Since recently acquiring my new to me Elite Sand AXMC. I have thoroughly enjoyed shooting it and personalizing it to me. this is my new all time favorite bolt action rifle.
thanks to @Huskydriver for pushing me to the AI side !! now if only those bullets would reload themselves.!!
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The Dillon is set up for 6.5 right now... Just saying....
 

jbuck88

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Can someone please help answering a question?

How much lighter is the AXSR then the AXMC? I see that they say its lighter, but I cannot find a apples to apples comparison.
 

Fixr

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Can someone please help answering a question?

How much lighter is the AXSR then the AXMC? I see that they say its lighter, but I cannot find a apples to apples comparison.
Nor according to EuroOptic's specs

AXMC

Specifications
Caliber:.338 Norma Mag
Weight:14.3 lbs.
Rifle Overall Length:49.5"
Action:Front Locking, 6-Lug Bolt Long Action
Trigger:Two-Stage Adjustable, set between 3.3lbs - 4.4lbs
Safety:3-Position Safety (Center setting allows bolt action)
Rifle Barrel Length:27"
Rifle Barrel Twist:1:9.35"
Barrel Thread PitchM18x1.5
Rifle Stock:Folding stock with adjustable cheek piece and length of pull
Scope Mount:30 MOA Picatinny Rail
Magazines Included:(1) 10-round Magazine
Iron SightsNo
Caliber or Gauge:.338 Norma Mag
HandednessRight Hand
Item Condition

AXSR

Specifications
Caliber:.338 Norma Magnum
Weight:Approximately 15.2 lbs.
Action:Bolt Action
Front Locking Six Lugs
Trigger:Accuracy International Competition Trigger
Safety:2 Position Ambidextrous
Rifle Barrel Length:27"
Rifle Barrel Twist:1:9.35
Barrel Thread Pitch3/4x24"
Rifle Stock:Black AXSR Chassis with Folding Stock
Scope Mount:20 MOA STANAG (MIL 1913) Action Rail
Iron SightsNo
Caliber or Gauge:.338 Norma Mag
HandednessRight Hand
Item Condition
 
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@SVD Sweet rifle, Where in AZ are you shooting? Damn hot the last couple days.
This was like 2 weeks back, i have a spot near me out near wickenburg. Ive been... busy... the past week and a half so i haven't been able to get out and its killing me. I want to go find some nice spots further north.
 

MysizeisMAGNUM

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This was like 2 weeks back, i have a spot near me out near wickenburg. Ive been... busy... the past week and a half so i haven't been able to get out and its killing me. I want to go find some nice spots further north.
I have a cabin up in Overgaard. A.I shooters are always welcome to join, got a nice range setup in the National Forest. I have a ton of spots up north, my problem is getting a good spot around the Valley.
 

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Definitely the wrong thread to ask this question as everyone on here loves their AI's but here it goes nonetheless. Have any of you AXMC owners that use theirs for multiple calibers regretted your purchase for any reason? I ask this because every couple of years I look in my safe and see rifles with overlapped purposes. Most of these are hunting builds in different calibers, but all can kill animals just as dead as the other. I'm thinking about slimming down the hunting side in favor of a more "practical" AXMC multi cal setup. So, AXMC owners, any regrets? (que "no ragrets" meme)
 

Huskydriver

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Definitely the wrong thread to ask this question as everyone on here loves their AI's but here it goes nonetheless. Have any of you AXMC owners that use theirs for multiple calibers regretted your purchase for any reason? I ask this because every couple of years I look in my safe and see rifles with overlapped purposes. Most of these are hunting builds in different calibers, but all can kill animals just as dead as the other. I'm thinking about slimming down the hunting side in favor of a more "practical" AXMC multi cal setup. So, AXMC owners, any regrets? (que "no ragrets" meme)
My axmc is the one rifle that will probably never be sold