I was invited to shoot one while at the range sometime ago. I didn't ask what brand it was. The gun was modular - the owner assembled it at his bench. Quite a heavy barrel and a brake as big as a grapefruit. It was on a return to battery rest and mounted a very nice scope. The bullets used were lathe turned and each piece of brass indexed to the breech.
I do not recall the recoil as anything out of the ordinary. What I do remember is thinking that my shotgun had more felt recoil.
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