LRO Owner~Editor~Long Range Hunting Specilist
- Apr 17, 2013
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Attached is their "Sell Sheet" for their Koda rifle.
Some info direct from Kelbly:
The barrel length is 26".
We have to sell through the first 1,000 before we start adding calibers to it. The price is so good because we have purchased so many parts.
The tang of the action isn't bedded because the stocks arrive here fully finished and there is no feasible way to cleanly bed that area without causing the stock finish irreparable damage. They shoot great, the first test rifle that went to writers shot a 3" group at 565 yards with factory ammo.
We have both calibers in stock, ready to ship.
It is the 3.6-18 MK5. You may be able to mod a p mag but I would just get the sled.Ryan, two questions for you:
1) which Leupold scope is that?
2) Re: single feeding; Could one make a P-Mag into a single-feed mag by alterating the feed lips? If so then it would be worth it to me to sacrifice one P-Mag for this purpose. (Otherwise it's $55 for a SLED)
Pinned recoil lugs keep the recoil lug in place as you torque the barrel. The barrel is keeping the recoil lug in place the pins keep it clocked. This ammo as with pretty much everything I have tested loses about 25fps per inch. I don't shoot 20" barrels. Ive tested the 156 Berger Creedmoor ammo in a 24" and a 26".I'm not a gunsmith, so I'd like to ask what is the advantage to the "dual pin" recoil lug? Is the recoil lug being held with just the dual pins, or in addition to something else?
Also, have you any actual muzzel velocity measurement comparisons for their 26" barrel vs. another rifle with a 24" or 20" barrel with the same ammo? I wondering what actual (not theroritical) FPS will come from a 26" barrel.