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Lets see if this works !
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Here you go.


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That’s a beautiful gun!


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That is a beauty for sure!

To help on your image posting, at the end where it says .jpg just remove "> from the line and just put the [/IMG] at the end of the jpg. Hope this makes sense...


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Love the left hand action! Great looking gun, thanks for posting.

Brad


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Thats nice. Did the stock come from the group buy here? I'd like to know more about who's barrel and nut also. Thanks.

Jon

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That is a sharp rig!

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That is a group buy from Ernie.
It is McGrowen barrel and nut, unchambered, no threads and no crown.
Stock had be worked a bit for the nut but it fit perfect to action.
Buffalo Valley GunSmithing done the chamber,threading and crown.
Mike (owner) is into military rifles mostly and does all kind of smithing, this is his first sp
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Also showed me a.little trick for this type trigger. Smile
 
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Thanks 1/4 miler. I was hoping a nut set up might fit the stock with no work to it. Wonder if all the nuts are the same on OD.

Jon
 
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Just curious, but why did you get a nut if you were having a smith chamber, crown, thread?
Aaron
 
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Just a personal preference . I don't t need or use a action wrench.
Plus I use somewhat of a different headspace method.
 
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nice build, I'm in the process of building one just like it. I find the right hand grip with left hand bolt the easiest way to shoot a bolt pistol. hope it shoots well for you.
 
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Very attractive.


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Looks good but how well does it shoot
 
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