EVERY OPTION GUNWERKS CLYMR 30 NOSLER W/ SWAROVSKI

$12,187.00

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GUNWERKS CLYMR 2018 1/2 MODEL GEN II EVERY UPGRADE IN THE KNOWN UNIVERSE / TITANIUM ACTION, CARBON WRAP PROOF BARREL, TAC BOX, 5 BOXES GUNWERKS AMMO ($500 WORTH @ NO CHARGE), BIPOD, SWAROVSKI TOP OF THE LINE SCOPE PLUS TONS MORE! Before we start group therapy let’s invite Alex and Dorothy to find the nearest exit and leave! (1) Elk cannot see the color “orange”; they see a shade of gray. Deer cannot see “orange”. Sheep cannot see “orange”. Humanoids CAN see orange, so when you set your rifle down in the grass and walk 10 feet to pee, guess what? When you return you can find it. Easily. Ok, I take my rifle with me to pee but you get the idea. If you don’t “get it” you’ve never really been hunting.. ok Alex yes Turkey’s can see orange. So if you are going to hunt Turkey’s with this 12k high performance 30 Nosler rifle make sure you are at least 300 yards away. (2) 28 Nosler is better. No, 30 Nosler is better. Wait.. 28, no 30! Ok, tough call but let’s jump in! Both are lethal on all North American Game to include Grizzly, Brown Bear, Moose. In addition both can take sheep, deer, and antelope (medium sized game) without the bullcrap swan song of the chatroom rangers “too big a bullet ruins too much meat”. Gunwerks provides ammunition at 180 Grains for the 28 and 215 grains for the 30 BUT readily available Nosler ammunition for the 28 comes in 150, 160, 168, 175, and 180 grain. 30 Nosler ammo is readily available in 180, 190, and 210 grain. All of these are premier hunting bullets; ie, both are phenomenal all around rifle cartridges. Both the 28 and 30 were designed to shine at long and extreme distance hunting. It is stated that to insure lethality both cartridges must hit their game animal at 1600 feet per second (minimum) to insure proper bullet expanson/performance and to insure a clean kill. 28 Nosler with the larger 180 grain bullet therefore is acceptable to 1000 yards, while the 150, 160, 175 grain extend this range even further. The 30 Nosler 210 grain according to Nosler poops out to 1600 fps around 900 yards. Bullet drop between the two is inconsequential at 800 yards as the 210 grain only drops 10 inches more at this distance BUT the nod goes to the 30 for Foot Pounds Of Energy (ft-lbs) at this distance. 30 Nosler barrel will outlast the 28 Nosler but you should never in a lifetime wear either one out as you practice all year with your .308 and upon pre-season do your final tune by shooting a couple hundred rounds with your Gunwerks rifle over several sessions.. right? Recoil is said to be slightly higher with the 30 but these have directional muzzle brakes which dispel that notion. Ok ok ok (John Pesci) but what’s it all mean hoot? My self imposed max distance limit on game is 750 yards on a calm day, little to no wind. Depending on wind (and other) conditions that limit progressively decreases. I want one rifle to take all North American game from Deer to Brown Bear. I seem to now hunt Elk more than anything else which pushes me to favor the 30 Nosler. Kinda old school but the 215 grain Nosler is truly a smashmaster from the muzzle to waay past my self-imposed shooting limit. On the other hand Roxie adores the 28 Nosler and will not give it up; she one shot smacked down the largest Elk in northeastern New Mexico last year with her Gunwerks. The 28 Nosler gets the nod if you are going to shoot past 900 yards as with the 28 Nosler and the right bullet you can reach to 1200 plus yards and still ethically kill- if you can insure bullet placement at that distance. The 28 Nosler will also save you a pound or slightly more by the time you add up bullet and action weight, etc. (3) Alex say’s you gotta have a 5-25 scope to shoot and “dat riffle only got da 3-18”. Yeah. Cause I’m smarter than Alex and actually hunt. Never in my lifetime of hunting have I ever cranked a scope to 25x to shoot. At 25x you will typically find “mirage”, “parallax” “heat waves” and or whatever and usually will dial your scope DOWN to 15x (or less) to mitigate and delete these issues. Additionally the distance you actually shoot when hunting will nigh to always be under 500 yards. If we are being frank (honest) here a long distance hunter actually has to intentionally put himself in a stand off position to shoot more than 700 yards.. actually spot game and hump further away from it! Hunting Moose in Alaska and were humping to one we spotted a mile off when walking around a berm a gigantoid Moose was walking along parallel to us at under 50 yards. Neither the guide nor myself spotted it and woke from our reverie at Roxie’s shot. Another one shot kill. Her scope was at 3x which gave her the ability to actually see enough of the moose for proper shot placement. At 5x magnification (which is the minimum on the 25x) you would only see “brown” which would NOT permit proper shot placement. In addition the 3-18 is lighter, smaller, and more durable. All that being said if you are going to shoot past 900 yards yeah hey go ahead and get the 25x. Or if you just like it better. Your rifle.. (4) Turret talk. Gunwerks turrets are set for a specific bullet, weight, altitude and temperature. We generally use 5000′ and 50 degrees as these are good “all around” units of measure. In addition the difference under 500-600 yards may be negligible or of no matter. That said if you want to shoot the 180 grain on a hunt and want your turret at 2000′ and 65 degrees all you need to do is pop for another turret (approx $125) by calling Gunwerks. You pop the new turret on and voila, your rifle is now zeroed for that grain and that temperature. Simply dial the turret to your “shoot to” range and pull, press, and or squeeze the trigger (whatever term is currently in vogue to make the hammer thingy hit the primer thingy and make it go boom). So, game at 550? Put the turret at 5.5 and you are in! Includes Gunwerks “Long Range Package”; LRP includes lapping of rings, mounting, mounting scope, T&E, shooting for zero, break in, scope tracking verification, data validation out to 1000 yards. By now you want this puppy so let’s talk Turkey (whom can see orange). Go to the Gunwerks Rifle Builder, click “customize” on the ClymR. ClymR 30 Nosler Right Hand $5750, Titanium Action upgrade $450, Carbon Wrap Proof Barrel upgrade $650, Directional Brake upgrade $200, Detachable box (Tactical Box) upgrade $250, metal color Titanium, stock color C35, Long Range Package: Swarovski X5i 3-18×50 30mm L-4 WX-I Illuminated 1/4 moa clicks $3299, Gunwerks Ballistic Turret for the included Gunwerks 215 grain Berger Hybrid ammunition $125. Total to order the rifle and scope is $11,598. Add the custom Atlas Bipod (long stem custom order with quick release) model BT-47-LW17 PSR TALL WITH ADM $339; note this bipod is NOT available thru Gunwerks.. this direct order from BT is a taller unit giving you 6 inches plus extra height which is better suited for your hunting needs. Included in this complete package 5 boxes Gunwerks ammunition 185 grain Berger Hybrid $125 per box $625. Our units have TWO scope bubble levels; one in the Gunwerks rings, and a Tubbs on the upper ring where you can actually see it. Another $125 installed and leveled by Gunwerks. Total to purchase this rifle as described with accessories direct from Gunwerks with four month wait is $12,687. We pop for four boxes of ammo which dumps us to $12,187. DEALER INVOICE IS IN THE PICS! AZ pays tax visa mc discover add 3.55

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GUNWERKS CLYMR 2018 1/2 MODEL GEN II EVERY UPGRADE IN THE KNOWN UNIVERSE / TITANIUM ACTION, CARBON WRAP PROOF BARREL, TAC BOX, 5 BOXES GUNWERKS AMMO ($500 WORTH @ NO CHARGE), BIPOD, SWAROVSKI TOP OF THE LINE SCOPE PLUS TONS MORE! Before we start group therapy let’s invite Alex and Dorothy to find the nearest exit and leave! (1) Elk cannot see the color “orange”; they see a shade of gray. Deer cannot see “orange”. Sheep cannot see “orange”. Humanoids CAN see orange, so when you set your rifle down in the grass and walk 10 feet to pee, guess what? When you return you can find it. Easily. Ok, I take my rifle with me to pee but you get the idea. If you don’t “get it” you’ve never really been hunting.. ok Alex yes Turkey’s can see orange. So if you are going to hunt Turkey’s with this 12k high performance 30 Nosler rifle make sure you are at least 300 yards away. (2) 28 Nosler is better. No, 30 Nosler is better. Wait.. 28, no 30! Ok, tough call but let’s jump in! Both are lethal on all North American Game to include Grizzly, Brown Bear, Moose. In addition both can take sheep, deer, and antelope (medium sized game) without the bullcrap swan song of the chatroom rangers “too big a bullet ruins too much meat”. Gunwerks provides ammunition at 180 Grains for the 28 and 215 grains for the 30 BUT readily available Nosler ammunition for the 28 comes in 150, 160, 168, 175, and 180 grain. 30 Nosler ammo is readily available in 180, 190, and 210 grain. All of these are premier hunting bullets; ie, both are phenomenal all around rifle cartridges. Both the 28 and 30 were designed to shine at long and extreme distance hunting. It is stated that to insure lethality both cartridges must hit their game animal at 1600 feet per second (minimum) to insure proper bullet expanson/performance and to insure a clean kill. 28 Nosler with the larger 180 grain bullet therefore is acceptable to 1000 yards, while the 150, 160, 175 grain extend this range even further. The 30 Nosler 210 grain according to Nosler poops out to 1600 fps around 900 yards. Bullet drop between the two is inconsequential at 800 yards as the 210 grain only drops 10 inches more at this distance BUT the nod goes to the 30 for Foot Pounds Of Energy (ft-lbs) at this distance. 30 Nosler barrel will outlast the 28 Nosler but you should never in a lifetime wear either one out as you practice all year with your .308 and upon pre-season do your final tune by shooting a couple hundred rounds with your Gunwerks rifle over several sessions.. right? Recoil is said to be slightly higher with the 30 but these have directional muzzle brakes which dispel that notion. Ok ok ok (John Pesci) but what’s it all mean hoot? My self imposed max distance limit on game is 750 yards on a calm day, little to no wind. Depending on wind (and other) conditions that limit progressively decreases. I want one rifle to take all North American game from Deer to Brown Bear. I seem to now hunt Elk more than anything else which pushes me to favor the 30 Nosler. Kinda old school but the 215 grain Nosler is truly a smashmaster from the muzzle to waay past my self-imposed shooting limit. On the other hand Roxie adores the 28 Nosler and will not give it up; she one shot smacked down the largest Elk in northeastern New Mexico last year with her Gunwerks. The 28 Nosler gets the nod if you are going to shoot past 900 yards as with the 28 Nosler and the right bullet you can reach to 1200 plus yards and still ethically kill- if you can insure bullet placement at that distance. The 28 Nosler will also save you a pound or slightly more by the time you add up bullet and action weight, etc. (3) Alex say’s you gotta have a 5-25 scope to shoot and “dat riffle only got da 3-18”. Yeah. Cause I’m smarter than Alex and actually hunt. Never in my lifetime of hunting have I ever cranked a scope to 25x to shoot. At 25x you will typically find “mirage”, “parallax” “heat waves” and or whatever and usually will dial your scope DOWN to 15x (or less) to mitigate and delete these issues. Additionally the distance you actually shoot when hunting will nigh to always be under 500 yards. If we are being frank (honest) here a long distance hunter actually has to intentionally put himself in a stand off position to shoot more than 700 yards.. actually spot game and hump further away from it! Hunting Moose in Alaska and were humping to one we spotted a mile off when walking around a berm a gigantoid Moose was walking along parallel to us at under 50 yards. Neither the guide nor myself spotted it and woke from our reverie at Roxie’s shot. Another one shot kill. Her scope was at 3x which gave her the ability to actually see enough of the moose for proper shot placement. At 5x magnification (which is the minimum on the 25x) you would only see “brown” which would NOT permit proper shot placement. In addition the 3-18 is lighter, smaller, and more durable. All that being said if you are going to shoot past 900 yards yeah hey go ahead and get the 25x. Or if you just like it better. Your rifle.. (4) Turret talk. Gunwerks turrets are set for a specific bullet, weight, altitude and temperature. We generally use 5000′ and 50 degrees as these are good “all around” units of measure. In addition the difference under 500-600 yards may be negligible or of no matter. That said if you want to shoot the 180 grain on a hunt and want your turret at 2000′ and 65 degrees all you need to do is pop for another turret (approx $125) by calling Gunwerks. You pop the new turret on and voila, your rifle is now zeroed for that grain and that temperature. Simply dial the turret to your “shoot to” range and pull, press, and or squeeze the trigger (whatever term is currently in vogue to make the hammer thingy hit the primer thingy and make it go boom). So, game at 550? Put the turret at 5.5 and you are in! Includes Gunwerks “Long Range Package”; LRP includes lapping of rings, mounting, mounting scope, T&E, shooting for zero, break in, scope tracking verification, data validation out to 1000 yards. By now you want this puppy so let’s talk Turkey (whom can see orange). Go to the Gunwerks Rifle Builder, click “customize” on the ClymR. ClymR 30 Nosler Right Hand $5750, Titanium Action upgrade $450, Carbon Wrap Proof Barrel upgrade $650, Directional Brake upgrade $200, Detachable box (Tactical Box) upgrade $250, metal color Titanium, stock color C35, Long Range Package: Swarovski X5i 3-18×50 30mm L-4 WX-I Illuminated 1/4 moa clicks $3299, Gunwerks Ballistic Turret for the included Gunwerks 215 grain Berger Hybrid ammunition $125. Total to order the rifle and scope is $11,598. Add the custom Atlas Bipod (long stem custom order with quick release) model BT-47-LW17 PSR TALL WITH ADM $339; note this bipod is NOT available thru Gunwerks.. this direct order from BT is a taller unit giving you 6 inches plus extra height which is better suited for your hunting needs. Included in this complete package 5 boxes Gunwerks ammunition 185 grain Berger Hybrid $125 per box $625. Our units have TWO scope bubble levels; one in the Gunwerks rings, and a Tubbs on the upper ring where you can actually see it. Another $125 installed and leveled by Gunwerks. Total to purchase this rifle as described with accessories direct from Gunwerks with four month wait is $12,687. We pop for four boxes of ammo which dumps us to $12,187. DEALER INVOICE IS IN THE PICS! AZ pays tax visa mc discover add 3.55

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