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As of this morning, I officially joined the K95 owners club in .243. I also have a 6.5x55 stutzen barrel on the way and I'm looking forward to finding out what these barrels like to shoot and getting out after some game.



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Santa was good to you! Congrats on your new favorite rifle.

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Kees356 wrote:
Tue Dec 24, 2019 10:56 am
K95 stutzen edition in 308... great stalking gun on boar and reds!
Me too. 308 in the Stutzen is a superbly matched combination. :D

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MC2 K95 243 Winchester

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One thing I've noticed about the K95 is that I really need to bump the shoulder back and chamber every round before loading.
I've found that a few shells don't chamber even though the ones before and after do.
I also have to clean the primer pockets really well so they are uniformly flush.
I'm soft and I don't care. :dance:

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The shoulders don’t all move back the same amount from case to case after full length resizing. Depending on the work harden state of each case they will spring back a different amount after push back, 003” variance is normal in a new lot of brass all fired one time at the same pressure. If the cases have been fired different numbers of times or even the same number of times but at different pressures like reduced loads and full strength loads the variance can be much greater, more like .010” or so. This in turn can result in cases too long to fit the chamber. It will never be noticed with a traditional bolt action because the strength of the cam during closure easily moves the shoulder far enough to cram the cartridge into the chamber. But with a tightly fitted action and no canning the K95 will reveal a case that is too long or a primer that is seated too proud very easily.
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Gamsjager: K95 5,6x50r Magnum + 30r Blaser + an incoming 6,5x57r

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gamsjager wrote:
Sat Jan 04, 2020 8:56 am
Gamsjager: K95 5,6x50r Magnum + 30r Blaser + an incoming 6,5x57r
Very nice assortment of barrels. I hope you slay many Gams with them.
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Stutzen Luxus 243 & 308 bbl.
Luxus 6.5 CM

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I do, 7mm RM, .243, and hopefully a 6.5CM barrels.

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Looking nice their Gos. Which to you prefer?

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The one with the straight stock is nice to shoot, but it feels quite slim in your palm. The one with the hogback is thicker. But it also give more felt recoil. Both rifler are easy to operate, espesially with a moderator. So it is hard to say which i prefer. I like them both.
I am sorry for the bad language, but as you can see, i am from Norway😊

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Gos wrote:
Fri Jun 26, 2020 2:06 pm
The one with the straight stock is nice to shoot, but it feels quite slim in your palm. The one with the hogback is thicker. But it also give more felt recoil. Both rifler are easy to operate, espesially with a moderator. So it is hard to say which i prefer. I like them both.
I am sorry for the bad language, but as you can see, i am from Norway😊
No worries on the language. Most of our English aint perfect ether.
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SPEEDY wrote:
Tue Dec 03, 2019 2:06 am
God I'd love a 9.3x74 in a Stutzen.
Got one in 9.3x62mm 😊 ... Love it!!

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