Making The MVP Stupid Accurate

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by X Ring Accuracy, Apr 23, 2014.

  1. bigred1 New Member

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    That's referring to shipping to X-ring. There are two very respected rifle smiths here in Fresno, CA but the wait list is rediculously long.
  2. robert lynch CrossHair Precision Industry Partner

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    Gotcha there. He can hook you up for sure.

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  3. wood chucker Moderator

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  4. ecliptix543 New Member

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    X-Ring and Rob - Where in FL are you guys located? I'm in the Jax/St. Augustine area.
  5. Joenavy85 Member

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    Great shooting Rob, can I safely assume those 2 groups were at 100 yards? I'm considering this for mine, we'll see how it shoots with my new scope first though, as impressive as these groups are (probably the best 10 shot I've ever seen, and break in rounds to boot), I don't really shoot enough to require this kind of consistancy. And bravo to x ring for some great machining (and great looking).
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  6. saxd45 New Member

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    I might be moving down to that area soon. Any good ranges around there?

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  7. ecliptix543 New Member

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    A couple. In Lake City right near the I-10/I-75 interchange, there's a free public range with 2 25yd pistol sections and a 215yd rifle section. Down towards central FL is Bradford's
    http://www.bsfshootingsports.com/LocationMapandDirections/ they have a 850yd lane and a 300yd range, plus skeet/trap. Several littler indoor pistol-types scattered around as well.
  8. saxd45 New Member

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    Nice. All I have now is a small private range I'm a member of. 50 yards on pistol and rim fires 200 yard rifle. Also we have 4 s.a.s.s. stalls and a wobble trap for shotgunners.

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  9. ecliptix543 New Member

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    I like the Lake City one.. Whittaker Gun Range in Osceola State Park, or something like that. You drive up, park, set up on the bench, and start blasting. Sometimes there's a rangemaster, sometimes you're the only one there - particularly if you get there early. They pay the bills and keep the place up by collecting brass and reselling it and since I don't reload (can't afford the setup at the moment), they usually get me for a couple hundred 9mm and .380 cases and whatever random .223/5.56 I shot that day. Plus, it's a nice drive through the back county roads to get there from here.
  10. robert lynch CrossHair Precision Industry Partner

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    ecliptix543, I am in Ft.Lauderdale Mike Is just north of me and X-ring is in Bradenton which is 220 miles from me. I am 5 hours from you give or take typical Florida drivers.
  11. robert lynch CrossHair Precision Industry Partner

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    Joenavy85, yes they were at 100 yards and thank you for the comments. I like most shooters will have good days and bad days. That day was a fantastic one :D.
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  12. robert lynch CrossHair Precision Industry Partner

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    Wood, I have not tried one of those mags yet, but it looks like I might have to give one a go.
  13. wood chucker Moderator

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    For even longer COL you could cut a vertical groove in the front of the mag well to accommodate said longer rounds.

    I recommend making the groove about .010 deeper than a Mini-14 magazines front to back dimension and about .010 wider than the front section of the magazine. The Mini-14 mag has a narrower front section then the AR mag so there would still be two vertical ridges left in the well to also support the use of AR mags too. :D
  14. Jimmy2112 Active Member

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    LOL..most of my days are bad but, I still try! :)

    Very nice shooting Robert. Looks like X's work took your MVP to a whole new level of bad ass.


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  15. X Ring Accuracy Member

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    There is a nice range near us. Manatee Gun & Archery. Have pistol, rifle, cowboy action, 3 gun, full auto, 1000 yds, etc. Worth a visit
  16. bombadillo Moderator

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    Lots of good stuff here. Can't wait to see more!! Good work Xring
  17. saxd45 New Member

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    Sounds awesome. I've never got the chance in a full auto or 1000 yards so it might be an all day trip. Where is it located, near what city?

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  18. X Ring Accuracy Member

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  19. saxd45 New Member

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    Thanks very much

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  20. X Ring Accuracy Member

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    Anytime, Happy Shooting

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