New Bolt Action KBA
A new rifle is born.
This is the KBA, a new construction commission rifle, built by Spydrmn- Jake and myself.
This is a new production rifle based on my personal K Series bolt action rifle. It is ironic that I'm known for the KL lever guns, but I prefer bolt action rifles. Those that have been on the field with me for the past 5 years know that my favorite paintball toy is the "Death Gun", so named by Repo because it is deadly accurate and almost silent. Jake and I have built several bolt action rifles of this type for people that value them perhaps even more than the KLs. They are excellent rifles for those with the soul of the Hunter.
With the recent and now new commercial interests producing lever guns, and the fact that I'm told that I no longer make KLs, Jake and I feel it is time to produce the best rifle of my favorite type- a new K type Bolt Action that meets and perhaps even exceeds the abilities of my trusty long rifle.
Made from the finest brass, this rifle has a 20+ inch .685 barrel with spiral porting, an integrated locking Thadapter on a 20 round side tube, custom ported bolt, '03 Springfield bolt handle, blade front sight, flip up rear sight, high efficiency valve, Faast Changer, rear velocity adjuster, lightened trigger pull, and it is mounted in a Remington stock.
The KBA is the first rifle we've done that directly reproduces the style and effectiveness of the "Death Gun". We would like to make some more. If you are interested, let us know.
I will give you a freeflow cocker in wood stock +100 for it
Very interesting, indeed. Did you have a cost range in mind?
As for the KBA...it looks awesome. How many shots from a cartridge?
I'd be/I am at the moment very very very interested. I saw Repo's bolt-rifle at SPE, it's a beauty. I just don't know if I would ever have the cash to afford one. :'(
glad you went to the .685 bore, too...
It's beautiful, but I already have a K2 so... I suppose it would be redundant to have more than one. I guess price point would be a big thing with me as well, and whether or not the extra performance (over the K2) is worth the cost.
I realize that one is a piece of history, and one is a piece of art, but I think I'll compare them nonetheless.
Throw a lever on it and I'll take one. ;)
Interested, is there a price range?
More like keep the Cocker and add a zero.
You should put an R at the end KBAR
Who told you you don't make KL's? I am still waiting for the next run.
Would be interested in your bolt action as well.
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