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ruger precision re-barrel review input please

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going to rebarrel a rpr , from 308 to 6mm Creedmoor. I have talked with the LRI guys , I think im going in that direction. does anyone have any reviews of other manufactures ?

 

thanks in advance

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I've had multiple rifles built by LRi and every one has been outstanding.  Last one was a Defiance Deviant w/Bartlein barrel in AX chassis and shoots 1/4 MOA.  Doubt you'll find anyone who does better work for less money in a shorter time frame.  

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thx, that's what I thought. got this thing as a practice / back-up. IT just wont group, 8 different factory and handlaods.  on the lands off the lands, slow ,hot. Just cant get under moa. most @ 1.5 moa  some out to 2.5

 

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From what I hear, they're total hit or miss.  Some shoot great, others not so good. 

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Put the 24 inch 243 barrel that came as extra with the gun. Shooting factory ammo Hornady 95 sst. Strapped it into a rest. Set scope with one round. 1st 3 shot group 3/4 2 ND 5 shot 1/2 3 Rd 5 shot 1/2. Really strapped it in (lead sled) 2 back to back single hole 3 shot groups. I had to JP tank break from the 308 threaded onto that Barrel recoil was pretty much non-existent don't have a clue how many rounds are on this Barrel so I'm going to go ahead and order the lri 6mm Creedmoor and shoot the 243 till it shoots out

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