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Discussion in 'Rimfire Weapons' started by 338Shooter, Dec 20, 2009.
It’s a 10-shooter. Those grips are maple, by the way.
Sweet guns. Thanks for the info.
Yeah! But, somebody else is enjoying them now. Sorta like the CX4.
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Anschutz 1411 in its original stock.
Here is a rack of precision rim fires from our Junior Rifle Club our Range supports including the left hand Anschutz I posted pics of earlier. There may be a couple in there you won’t recognize. Wish I’d got better pics, but I was there to give a presentation, and time was short.
Dennis, that is a nice collection of precision rifles your club has. I hope the junior shooters who use them appreciate what they have to work with there. I was over fifty before I shot my first Anschutz.
They probably won’t appreciate it until they shoot a 10-22 or some other rifle that lacks the precision the Anschutz can provide. Not many of their shots are outside the 10 ring.
I just picked this one up over the weekend at Wanenmacher's. A Suhl 150, pillar-and-glass bedded in a McMillian bench rest stock, with a Calfee tuner, and perhaps the finest factory trigger ever put on a rimfire rifle. Once I got it home, I added the Leupold BR-24X scope.
Professionally pillared and bedded by Tim McWhorter, who was the head gunsmith at Williams Precision Rifles at the time. Jim Williams bought a number of these Suhl 150 rifles, then had McWhorter restock them and bed them in the McMillian fiberglass stocks. The trigger was also adjusted to a crisp 2 ounce let off.