Pseco Fclass panda

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Pseco Fclass panda

#1 Postby plumbs7 » Thu Apr 23, 2015 11:15 am

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Isn't it sexy??! That's the 708ai Bartlein barrel.

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.308 Lilya barrel!

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Thanks John again for a work of art!
At the moment Pseco is waiting for parts for other builds . So now is the time if you have a barrel or can get one and send it to him to get it chambered as he has a rare bit of time.
He's also looking for orders on Lilya barrels to make up an order .

Regards Graham.

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#2 Postby Brad Y » Thu Apr 23, 2015 11:34 am

Nice looking rifle. Get a strip of ally into that butt plate, just for a bit of bling at the back end.

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#3 Postby shooter mcreid » Thu Apr 23, 2015 11:41 am

very nice!

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#4 Postby Amac » Thu Apr 23, 2015 1:56 pm

Graham

Mate, I hate to break it to you but Panda's are no good. In fact after you shoot it a little and realise how ordinary that action and outfit is I'll be a good mate and painfully part with a few $$ to help you get some of the coin you lost on getting one built!!!!!!

Also, I really hope you stick with F Open in the future........

Looks like Scarlet might have a mate on the mound now!

Does look nice though. Hopefully you never work out how to drive it properly or I'll have to change classes! Maybe C Grade Target Rifle for me....

Cheers

Andrew

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#5 Postby plumbs7 » Thu Apr 23, 2015 4:55 pm

Hey Andy ! Are they really that bad ? I'll have to sell it now ....Not! lol!

Off to the shed to scope her up! Thanks all for the well wishes ! Regards Graham.

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#6 Postby Steve N » Thu Apr 23, 2015 6:40 pm

Very nice Graham!

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#7 Postby DenisA » Thu Apr 23, 2015 8:03 pm

Beautiful mate. No words............... too jealous.... :mrgreen:

I LOVE that rifle.

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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#8 Postby Norm » Thu Apr 23, 2015 8:19 pm

Nice rifle Graham,
I'm sure it will shoot as good as it looks.
Let us know how the 7-08ai goes once it is run in.
Are you going to use 168's or 180gn pills?

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#9 Postby plumbs7 » Thu Apr 23, 2015 8:38 pm

Norm wrote:Nice rifle Graham,
I'm sure it will shoot as good as it looks.
Let us know how the 7-08ai goes once it is run in.
Are you going to use 168's or 180gn pills?


Hi Norm , I'll be pretty sure the weak link again , sadly to say will be it's owner !

Maybe a little while till the 708ai barrel goes on . But thinking 168 up to 500-600 then 180's after that . But honestly , on that front there is a lot load development to happen first. Will be .308w till the Nats I guess. Kruger shield this weekend , Julie will most likely post the scores on our Dalby/Tara FB page. So you can see how I went with the rifle!

Hey Dennis , I was trying to work out how I'm going to take it to bed with me tonight. Without my lovely wife knowing lol! Better leave it in the safe!

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#10 Postby DenisA » Thu Apr 23, 2015 9:45 pm

plumbs7 wrote:
Hey Dennis , I was trying to work out how I'm going to take it to bed with me tonight. Without my lovely wife knowing lol! Better leave it in the safe!


That's easy:

Wife: "Is that a remote control in your pocket honey or are you just happy to see me?"

Graham: "OI!" KEEP IT DOWN OUT THERE ON THE COUCH, WE"RE TRYING TO GET SOME SLEEP IN HERE!"

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#11 Postby DenisA » Thu Apr 23, 2015 10:04 pm

Nice it's on PSECO website too. FC17.. Not FC10, that a different pattern in the stock and different profile barrel.

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#12 Postby OuttaAmmo » Fri Apr 24, 2015 1:02 pm

I like that colour.

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#13 Postby plumbs7 » Sat Apr 25, 2015 2:52 pm

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5 shot group 100m, slight wind r to l . Average of 2995fps sd of 5. Very Happy !

The end !

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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#14 Postby brent_86 » Sat Apr 25, 2015 8:16 pm

Very nice rifle. What's the neck dimension of the reamer

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Re: Pseco Fclass panda

#15 Postby plumbs7 » Sat Apr 25, 2015 10:31 pm

brent_86 wrote:Very nice rifle. What's the neck dimension of the reamer


Hi Brent , it's a no turn neck. Without looking at the barrel , locked up in the gun safe . The reamer is a Palma smk 2156 . Same as what I've used in my other rifle .

Regards Graham.
Ps . Is this the Brent that's from Ipswich RC ?


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