Jester, looks like a Super Sniper scope, I just bought a 10X42 from SWFA last week and had it mounted with Burris extreme rings and mount. On top of a SA FP10 folding choate .308. I get it back this weekend, can't wait. This is my first Long Range rifle, so I am excited.
Nice, I am a complete novice to long range shooting, but I do know you have selected a quality weapon. I found this the other day when searching for information about mil dots. http://www.shooterready.com/index.html Try the demo, it has your .338 , .308 and a 50 cal. I enjoyed the demo and hoped that it may help my range estimates. Here is mine, I apologize, but I dont have any pics yet... http://www.savagearms.com/10fpfoldingchoate.htm I went broke on SWFA out of TX with the Super Sniper scope, Harris bipod and other goodies. I am a bit nervous to launch rounds, but very anxious too.
As far as the folding stock, well I think its more cosmetic than useful. Besides I looked at HS Precision and McMillian stocks and they noramally start at $200.00, so I accepted the fact that the folding stock would be as close to a custom stock that I would get. Badger products are a bit beyond my finacial needs, but a supressor, or brake will be useful in the near future. At first, I got the weapon for target/hunting, but know after more research I think this will be come all precision. But that will be down the road, I do however want to know who painted yours and did you like it painted vs. stock...
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