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Gary Stevens

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About Gary Stevens

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    2013 Single Stack Super Senior National Champion
  • Birthday 08/12/1947

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    Olive Hill. Kentucky
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    IPSC, general gun enthusiast
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    Gary Stevens

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  1. A wise man once told me you'll seldom go wrong by saying no.
  2. Got to the range today. Gun worked flawlessly no issues. First five shot group of handloads measured .468 at 100 yards. Had no issues hitting small plates (4 inch) at 400 yards. Color me me a happy camper.
  3. Got my 6 ARC project gun back today. Looks great. I'll try to post some pictures.
  4. I've been watching those. Pretty nice. I hope to get mine finished shortly.
  5. Are you having issues?
  6. It did work, however I think this set up will be better. I'll keep you posted.
  7. Well the stock has been milled for the AICS bottom metal and the gun is leaving for the cerakote finish to be applied. Hope to have a picture or two shortly.
  8. 1978 and I believe unfired.
  9. Here you go, I hope.
  10. Had an excellent day at a local pawn shop. Went in to buy some shoot-n-see targets and on the way out took a glance at a small viewing case where he keeps special guns. There was a "used" but as close to new as you can get, Colt Single Action 7 1/2 inch 45 LC. Blue with perfect case hardened frame. Just the faintest turn line on the cylinder. It's now joined a proud group of adopted playmates
  11. Had my first range day with my 6 ARC. I only had 13 rounds of Factory 105 BTHP to work with. The gun is not finished yet, but very shootable. After establishing a 100 yard zero, that was an inch. I moved to our 400 yard range. With some help from Strelok I hit small plates at 200, 300, and 400 yards. Ran out of ammo way too quick. The gun is a very pleasant gun to shoot. Now to start working up a few handloads and get back out before the weather turns bad. All considered, I'm very happy. Gary
  12. It is the AWT "Tomahawk" short action , which is based on the Remington 700 footprint, with a .440 diameter bolt face. We are waiting on my stock to arrive.
  13. I'm leaving that up to Don. He thinks he can use a Wyatt 308 metal mags because of their long feed lips. May require a bit of tweeking, but we will get there.
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