That's me at Fort Benning in 2010 with one of my favorite rifles: Bat 3L action, CG Jackson trigger, Krieger medium palma barrel chambered in 308 Win, Masterclass prone stock
KMT - Kovan / Myers Tuner More info and pictures, coming up soon.
Dual Bat M with two bolts. Two Kriegers chambered in 300WSM, one in 6.5 X 47 Lapua. Bix N Andy BR tigger, Masterclass stock, clear coated gloss.
Borden BRMXD receiver, Bix N Andy BR trigger, Krieger .237" bore barrel, indexed at 12 o'clock in 6 Dasher
Masterclass stock and hardware
Built this one for a gentleman in Slovakia. BAT M, three Krieger barrels chambered in 300 WSM. Al Warner made the sizing die, I made the seater. KMT (Kovan -Myers Tuner) Jewell BR trigger.
Masterclass "Lowboy" stock painted black and cleared.
This is the rifle I built for myself to be used at the World Championship this year in Canada. I have put in a lot of time and effort into this gun. Based on the way this rifle shoots, handles and looks, I truly believe that this is the best money can buy!
Bat 3LL receiver, Brux and Krieger barrels chambered in 284 KMR IMP
The stock is painted "midnight black" then clear coated high gloss
Left target, 200-15X at 600 yards with 308 Win (F-TR ) Right, 200-18X at 600 yards, shot with 284 KMR IMP
This rifle is almost identical to the one pictured above. The only difference is the action configuration (this one is a dual port) and the tuner.
For the picture, I mounted my personal March 10 x 60 High Master on the rifle, love that scope!
F-Class Panda with a melonited bolt, Masterclass Low Boy stock, clear coated high gloss.
BRMXD action, 2 X Kriegers in 284 KMR IMP, Cerus stock and hardware
KMT tuner on both barrels
Long range suppressed hunting rifle, Surgeon LA, fluted Bartlein in 7 RSAUM. Triggertech Diamond trigger, KRG chassis.
Purpose built rifle for PRS/Tactical competition. Light, well balanced , smooth and accurate
Very smooth cycling Bighorn TL3 receiver, Proof Research barrel in 6 Dasher, David Tubb's two stage trigger, APA muzzle break, Masterpiece Chassis, Spuhr mount for the scope.
Dual port BAT M, Masterclass Low Boy in Candy Apple Red
Bartlein and Krieger barrels in 284 KMR IMP, Tuners on both
Dual port BAT M, Bartlein and Krieger barrels chambered in 284 KMR IMP and 6.5x47 Lapua. Bix N Andy trigger set at 1.5 oz
284 KMR IMP FL bushing die, micrometer top seating die. Stock painted in Haitian pearl black.
Defiance Deviant, Bartlein 5R barrel, APA muzzle break
Manners T4A stock, all metal Cerakoted graphite black. The bolt was left as is, to allow smoother/faster cycling.
Savage 12 target action, Masterclass stock, Krieger barrel in 6 Dasher
BAT MB, Krieger barrel in 284 KMR IMP, EC tuner
Cerus stock, painted "Midnight Blue" and clear coated. Masterclass hardware, thumb wheel on the left side for a left handed shooter.
Dual port BAT M, Cerus stock,
Two Krieger 1.25" straight barrels in 284 KMR IMP, tuners on both. Custom Sizing and seating dies.
Texture added to the pistol grip for better trigger control
Barnard P receiver, Robertson "Original" stock , Krieger Med Palma barrel chambered in 284 Win. and another one in 308 Win. Both the stock and metal were Cerakoted graphite black.
Palma / Small bore / Any Rifle Made three adapters for the Barnard P receivers and chambered three barrels: 2 X 308 Win, 1 X 6.5X47 Lapua. Swapping the barreled actions takes seconds.
This is the rifle that won the 2014 F-Class National championship: Robertson/Masterclass stock, BAT MB receiver, melonited bolt, Jewell BR trigger, Krieger barrel chambered in 284 Win, Nightforce Competition scope.
Masterclass/Robertson stock, Nesika K receiver with two bolts (magnum and standard, both melonited) Barrels chambered in 300WSM, 7RSAUM, 6.5 X 47 Lapua. I used this rife in a 300 wsm configuration to win silver at the 2015 F-Class Nationals .
Melonite coating helps lower friction and reduces wear. I highly recommend it for stainless steel actions. The black color is a byproduct of the coating process
McMillan A5 stock, Surgeon receiver, Badger bottom metal. Heavy palma Krieger (pictured) in 6 Creedmoor, Holland break. Second barrel - Medium palma Bartlein 5R, in 6 X 47 Lapua, Alamo Four Star cowl break. All metal was cerakoted burned bronze, the stock FDE.
Cerus Rifleworks stock, Masterclass 3 way adjustable buttplate Brux barrel in 6 Dasher
McMillan "Prone" stock with Masterclass hardware. Kelbly "Big Bore" receiver cerakoted "burned bronze" CG trigger, Hawk hill custom barrel in 308 Win.
FTR/PRS rifle: KRG chassis, Remington 700SA receiver blue-printed and cerakoted "graphite black" Heavy Palma Brux in 308Win and a medium Palma Krieger in 6.5X47 Lapua, CG trigger.
F-Class Panda receiver, Masterclass stock and hardware, aluminum "track" rails. Krieger 1.25" straight barrel in 284 Win. The owner of this rifle, went from Sharpshooter to High Master in both Long, and Mid range in one season!
A tack driver on a budget. Masterclass stock, Remington 700 SA receiver cerakoted graphite black, Krieger barrel in 6.5 X 47 Lapua throated out for the Berger 140 hybrids
F-Open/F-TR Hybrid! Panda "big bore" receiver, Masterclass stock and hardware painted black and clear coated. Anschutz trigger, 6" Anschutz rail for the bipod adapter. The rifle weighs 17.8 lbs with a 30.5 heavy palma barrel (pictured) will make weight with a 32" straight barrel in a F-Open configuration
300 WSM Panda F -Class, Masterclass Stock, 31" Mark Chanlynn 10 twist cut rifled barrel, throated out for the 230 hybrids. Chameleon " green to purple" paint/ high gloss clear coat
That's the same rifle at a different angle
Carbon fiber reinforced forearm. This stock does NOT flex .
This rifle belongs to one of the top Colorado state shooters- Marsh Davis. PR&T stock shortened 3.5" to reduce flex in the forearm. BAT MB with two bolts (Magnum and standard) three barrels : 300 WSM , 284 WIN, 6 Dasher.
BAT 3LL, two Brux barrels chambered in 284 KMR IMP, Bix n Andy two stage trigger set at 4 oz. Masterclass stock and hardware, all woodwork by Alex Sitman.
200-17 X at 1000 yards, shot by Scott Lake with the above pictured rifle.
Bighorn TL2 single shot RBLP receiver Cerakoted black
Chambered two barrels for this rifle: 284 WIN and a 6 Dasher . Both are Kriegers 1.25" straight polished, than digital camo'd black. Both -super accurate!
Badger style bolt knob
Side bolt stop/release, a must for Remington 700 actions.
Trued Remington 700 SA, Manners T4 stock, Krieger barrel chambered in 243 Win
Barnard P receiver, Brux 32" barrel chambered in 300WSM Masterclass stock painted black than clear coated.
Carbon fiber reinforced forearm
That's the same as above stock and receiver, with standard bolt (.473") Krieger barrel in 284 KMR Improved
The barrel was polished than digital camo Cerakoted black along with the receiver
The top three groups were shot with the pictured above 300WSM. I did not "break in" the barrel, just fired three shots at 100 yards to zero than proceeded to shooting three groups of four shots at 600 yards. The numbers on the target are the powder charges and seating depth not the group sizes. The bottom two groups were shot with the above 284 KMR Imp.
Custom dies for custom chamber, from left to right: 284KMR IMP Wilson type seating die, full length bushing / sizing die melonited, micrometer top seating die. If you ever wanted your own wildcat cartridge, call or email me.
Savage 12 receiver, Krieger 10 twist heavy varmint barrel 30" long turned down to make weight. Chambered in 308 Win, throated out for Berger's 185 gr Juggernout.
The stock is a factory Savage with Masterclass hardware. I pillar bedded the receiver and free- floated the barrel.
A match barrel and a good bedding job transform Savage's model 12 rifles from "average" into tack drivers.
BAT M receiver, 32" Brux barrel chambered in 284 KMR IMP
Masterclass Low Boy stock, inleted and beded by Alex Sitman, finished by Emil Kovan
BAT 3LL receiver, Brux and Krieger barrels both chambered in 284 Win .314" neck
Masterclass's new f-class stock painted "emerald green" and clear coated.
21 lbs 4 oz total weight with a 31" X 1.25" barrel, adjustable cheek piece and three way butt plate.
Before and after, the transformation of a piece of wood.