My Savage Model 12 BVSS .223
I'm a Mini-14 fan but decided to try a bolt action and purchased a Savage Model 12 FVSS .223.
I soon found that the "plastic" stock was so flexible I really had to work at keeping the gun from moving while/after I pulled the trigger. I purchased the factory laminated stock to convert the FVSS into a BVSS and solved that problem.
The Savage Model 12 composite stock is called a "Tupperware" stock by some shooters because it's so flexible (I have one for sale if you want it).
The image below was taken while on a Prairie dog hunt in South Dakota. The strange thing mounted on the scope is a homemade 450mm video camera connected to my laptop computer.
Here is a video of hunt taken with the homemade camera: http://uncutvideo.aol.com/videos/5ec...27c3127fa7b50a
I threaded the barrel and installed a homemade muzzle brake patterned after the Howitzer artillery piece, The brake really takes out the muzzle jump and enables me to see the bullet impact (a 2,900 fps, 60gr V-MAX vs Prairie dog through a 24X scope is interesting).
The target below shows a three-shot, .535" group at 254yds! Need I say more?
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Last edited by drridgway; 09-13-2008 at 22:53.