The rabbi spies with his little eye through a Schmidt and Bender 5-25×56 Police Marksman Scope sitting atop a Custom 300 Winchester Magnum built by GA Precision featuring Accuracy International’s XS Chassis, Surgeon action and Bartlein Barrel. In case you were wondering.

11 Responses to Obscure Object of Desire: The Rabbi’s Rifle. Well, One of Them

  1. I would like the rabbi to use that awesome rifle to blow the living sh!t out of the “you’re posting too fast” message. I’ll pay for the ammo.

  2. This is a test of the emergency broadcast system. This is not a real emergency.,if this was a real emergency, information would be on the crawler at the bottom of your screen. Beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep. By the way that rifle is amazing.

  3. That is a well built rifle and a piece of highly functional art. Can we have a full write-up with more pictures, please, pretty please?

  4. If your going to spend over 10k on a rifle system why the hell chamber in 300WinMag? LAME.

    .338 Lapua Magnum would be much better suited to a work of art like this.

    • Not so – it depends on what Rabbi does with the rifle. What does .338 ammo cost now, $6 per shot or so? Even reloads are in the $3-4 range and only if you can find brass. The .300 Win Mag is affordable (relatively), has great long-range effectiveness and ballistics, and brass is easy to come by (I assume Rabbi reloads). Of the 3 guys I know with .338 Lapua’s, all 3 of them have identical (or very similar) guns in a smaller chambering (2x 300WM and 1x .308). The Lapua is certainly an awesome round, but I doubt any of the Rabbi’s targets are hiding behind oak trees! 🙂

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