By staff writer: Charles Coker

Today I thought I would show you my 308 as it has evolved to it’s current state:

This rifle started out as a base Remington 700 LTR and it was a great rifle in it’s stock form and very, very accurate.

Coker 308 side view

However, I can not leave well enough alone and it has grown into the following:

  • Jewell Trigger
  • Manners MCS-T Stock in 4 color digital cam, bedded by me with Marine Tex
  • EGW Heavy Duty Picatinny Rail
  • Talley 34mm rins
  • Kahles K312 II
  • Barrel threaded by Morgan at Dallas Shooting Supplies
  • Templar Tactical Archangel Suppressor
  • Wyatts DBM
  • KGR Bolt lift kit
  • Pet Load – SSA Brass, Fed Match primers, 44.2g Varget, 178 AMAX, 2.80 COAL

This is an extremely accurate rifle and works great as an all around rifle, Tactical, Long Range or Hunting.

Rem 700 308 in Manners MCS-T stock – Kahles K312 II – Templar Tactical Archangel Supressor – Sinclair Tatical Bipod


Templar Tactical laser etched Rem LTR 308 with KGR Bolt lift Rem LTR 308 with Kahles and Templar Tactical LTR with Templar Tactical Archangel Kahles Talley KGR Kahles K312 turrets Templar Tactical Archangel Suppressor


308 Project full size


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