No doubt ECU, it's too gorgeous for anything but drooling at. I'm a total sucker for gunsmithing with uber engraving and figured woods, and really appreciate the level of artisanship that goes into a rifle like that.
From my "hey Snap - that stuff looks kinda old" collection:
Top to bottom:
1) Gewehr-43 Sniper from Berliner-Luebecker Maschinenfabrik. This is rare - they only made 20K total from BLM and mine is the nine-thousandth. Never been fired since World War II. I am afraid of breaking a non-replaceable part.
2) Springfield Armory M1 Garand. I fire this periodically, and it was dialed in from the day I purchased it from CMP.
3) Smith-Corona 1903A3 with the 6-groove barrel. That's one of the jewels of my safe queens. I have only fired it once.
4) A Lee Enfield SMLE from 1916. This gun was not only built at the Lithgow Factory in Australia, it was completely gone through by that same factory and then never shot again after the full refurb (I bought it with authentic documents from the factory). So it's in like-new condition and I am the only person to fire it since 1926. I have fired it twice.
I need to get soe good pictures of some of my tools, although, im very reluctant to post pics due to the obious reasons. Here is my rem 700 in 308. Wearing a vortex viper, 6.5x20x50mm, hs precision stock, bolt knob by dark eagle.
the govt made me do it! they said i cant have my ar15....so i went full retard and got extra paperwork....cause i am Special Ed!
my 1st build of its kind. Bullet Guy M-16 with a 14.5 inch ballistic advantage barrel topped off with a Saker 5.56. RCA adjustable gas key to help keep the rise down. i will be adding an RCA complete BCG when it arrives. (later i will post a vid running a 7.5 inch 300 BO with a specwar)