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Old August 16th, 2011, 09:55 PM #1
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Remington 700 SPS AAC-SD

This is my first try at a long distance gun(on a budget). Just picked up my Remington 700 AAC-SD today from The Gun Shop. God bless 'em they did it again! As you all probably know it has a heavy profile 20" barrel with threaded muzzle and the Hogue overmold ghillie green stock. The color of the stock is alot nicer in real life. This picture really doesnt do it justice.

Now, I am too poor to get a can, so I will be looking into brake/compensator to slap on the end of this to protect the crown a little better and to be tacti-cool. Can anyone recommend a good one with out breaking the bank(<$100)? I will be making a sling for it made of leather. The scope for now will be a Redfield 4-12x40mm. Rings and mount will be Leupold dual dovetails. I think I will skip the bipod until I shoot it some. I like the looks and feel better without the bipod. Any suggestions are welcomed and better pictures will follow as I fix her up some!
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Old August 16th, 2011, 09:57 PM #2
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beautiful rifle, by the way

google answered my first question

http://www.joeboboutfitters.com/308_...046&Click=4368

this seems like it would be quite good, and is under 100 bucks
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Thanks alot! Threads are 5/8-24
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http://www.ar15products.net/itm01155.htm

http://www.ar15products.net/itm01164.htm

http://www.ar15products.net/itm01141.htm

http://www.nokick.com/JP_Tactical_Co...-5.58b.925.htm

http://www.nokick.com/JP_Tactical_Co.../jptre-324.htm
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Old August 17th, 2011, 07:55 AM #5
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Mine came with a AAC quick attach flash hider installed...Looks like your missing something!
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Wow thanks for post all of those! So far I think I like the JP compensator best.

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Mine came with a AAC quick attach flash hider installed...Looks like your missing something!
Im thinking yours may have come as an extra bonus or something. All the ones i find for sale dont come with it. Not even on there website. Thats awesome though. I was considering getting that model too.
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I have a similar set up, same barrel and threads. I got a brake from Accuracy Systems for $99 and it's awesome, reduces the recoil by about 60%. I'll try to load a pic up here for you on my gun. Here is there link: http://www.accuracysystemsinc.com/testimonials_2010.php
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Pic before paint and one after.
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Sorry wasn't able to get my leg up on the railing to throw in a foot (I'm getting old and fat now).
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You might give this a try:
http://www.snipershide.com/forum/ubb...Number=1302004

I have no personal experience with this brake, but the thread has a lot of good reviews, and the price is right ($40). I plan on trying one after I put a heavy barrel on my .308.
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Sorry wasn't able to get my leg up on the railing to throw in a foot (I'm getting old and fat now).

is that a centerpoint scope?
looks like the one i have on my remmy 700.
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