Rear-Grip Kauger Arms single-shot action with a Blake 1-7T barrel (2-barrels for it: 25-284, and 25 PRC) switch-barrel set-up.25-284 you say tell me more, Ernie
Paul I have the same rifle that I bought new in 1986. I haven't tried any 150's in it but it shoots the 130 NBT over a healthy dose of AA3100 into about 3/4".Only one. Got tired of being rejected in Arizona's draw and ent to a guided hunt on a landowner permit. Got my "goat" in the first half hour of the first day of the hunt. Rifle was a .270 Win. I picked up at a gun show. A Winchester M70 XTR with what I learned was a factory installed McMillan stock in the same shape as the M70 Featherweights. Price with a fairly decent scope was $400.00 and I bought it on impulse. Took it out the next day to the range and ran some 150 gr. Power Points through it, four 5 shot groups to b exact. First group was slightly under a half inch and the last from a fairly hot barrel was .80" The other two groups were in the middle of one and last group. That rifle is a keeper.
The "goat" was shot with a 150 gr. Nosler Partition at about 75 yards after about a half mile sneak/talk. The charge was with the long discontinued Wincher Magnum Rifle powder. (WMR). Accuracy was in line with the factory ammo and velocity 2880 FPS. THat works for me.
That is a large and varied assortment of cartridges!357 Magnum, 44 Magnum, 7mm TCU, 257 Rob AI, 7mm-08, 284 Win, 6 Creed, 6.5 Creed, 25 Creed, 6.5-284, 260 Rem, 6.5 Leopard (WSM), 26 Nosler, 7mm WSM, 7mm SAUM, 280AI, 7mm RM, 7mmRM Improved, 6x47 Lapua, 6.5x47 Lapua, 308 Winchester, 6mm-284, and I think I might be leaving one or two out