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I just can't say no to all the wayward orphaned SP's.



Makeover complete,

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Posts: 3552 | Location: Mesa, Arizona | Registered: January 18, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post



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Good looking pistol can we have some details on it?


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Older center grip single shot action converted to rear grip with what looks like a 40X trigger. Bolt handle changed with tactical style knob. M16 extractor. Remington matte factory heavy barrel cut to 15" and recrowned. 2.5x8 luppy in leupold one piece dual dovetail base with med luppy rings. Early rear grip synthetic stock, not sure of the maker. Hopefully shoot it in the morning if I can get a few rounds loaded up. Glenn if I forgot anything feel free to feel it in. Oh, 243 Winchester.

Rick
 
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Thanks congrats that should be a fun one to shoot.


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Glenn if I forgot anything feel free to feel it in. Oh, 243 Winchester.


The stock is right handed cry

Glenn


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It has a PTG bolt.

chuck m


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Made it back out to the range today and I think i'm good to go. First trip I tried some 85 gr Speers which resulted in groups around 1.5". Today the 70 gr Nosler BT and varget got the call. I can live with these, not sure if the varmints can Big Grin

 
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Varmints don't stand a chance.

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As said before, you missed the dime.
Nice grouping.

Chuck m


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Dang good shooting...impressive from a factory tube. SHE'S A KEEPER!


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Nice shooting Rick!

Glenn


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Nice looking XP and good shooting. G
 
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Nice shooting and I noticed your mercury dime. Big Grin


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Decided to return the XP to an original center grip. Was able to locate a trigger assembly and we're back in business.

 
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Very nice, when are you going to shoot it?
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Not sure Tom. The range is going to be packed on the weekends with all the elk and deer hunters getting ready for there hunts.
 
Posts: 3552 | Location: Mesa, Arizona | Registered: January 18, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post



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I think I like it the other way! I ain't too fond of the mid grip stocks!
 
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