This rifle is desinged to be what I consider a long range killing machine in the mid weight category.
The weight generally comes in around 9 pounds (without a optic). I feel that this is the perfect weight for a rifle for customers who are looking for a rifle to take game beyond 600 yards that is easy to drive, easy to see your shots, and has a true solid feel.
The accuracy I typically see in these guns with factory Hornady 143 Precision Hunter ammunition is in the .25 - .375 MOA at 100 yards. Handloads and Custom ammo manufactures can make these typically shoot in the .1s- .30 MOA at 100 if your a good trigger puller.
This is a very similar set up to what I personally hunt with most of the time. For out west, around powerlines, or a big beanfield this would always be my first choice in the rifles that I use. The parts I pick for these guns are what i have the utmost confidence in and they have never let me down.
What makes an Exodus Rifle diffrent from others? I myself do all the machine work, bedding of the stock, cerakoting, function checking, and accuracy testing of each rifle I build. This is not a production shop rifle. This is a rifle that is built with hardwork and love. This is a rilfe that you will want to keep forever and pass down to the next generation.
The muzzle threads on this rifle are cut to 5/8X24 Class 3A to work with all high quality suppressors
Standard parts on this rifle is
- Impact Precision 737 Action
- McMillan GameWarden 2.0 stock (color options avaliable)
- Krieger or Bartlein Remington Varmint Contour stainless steel barrel
- Bix n Andy Dakota trigger
- Hawkins Precision Hunter DBM
- Hawkins Hunter 3 round magazine
- Bat Machine thread protector
- Elite Cerakote on all metal that needs it
- Pelican vault case for shipping or similar
Options that you may add for an addtional fee
- Selftiming muzzle brake
- Fluting of barrel
- Custom load work up
- Custom Data
- Private training with myself where we can engage targets out to 1000 yards
- Insured shipping