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100522



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Just happen to find this for sale and the seller said no one had inquired.
Duh, they must have not known what an XP for sale was. HAH Eek
XP 100 Center grip, made in 1979 according the serial number. Custom stock with great paint job, not sure who the maker was on the stock. Metal trigger guard.
Great Trigger, safety removed. I have an extra and it will be installed before first range session. Factory 7BR rechambered to 7-08. It came with a scope rail, Burris rings and an older long Burris Gloss 2x7 scope and a custom walnut thumbhole stock that has not been fitted yet.
Might try to shoot it this weekend if I get the safety in.
Mike





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Posts: 3081 | Location: Norman, OK | Registered: November 05, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post



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Stock is the old style McMillan! Nice paint job. Congratulations! thumbup

Brad


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Posts: 1244 | Location: Gainesville, Fl | Registered: January 01, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post



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Nice find. I really like that stock and the paint job.
 
Posts: 1622 | Location: East Central Iowa | Registered: December 29, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post



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One question. What am I missing - why do you need a safetyto shoot a single shot pistol? I have six single shot rifles and pistols with nary a safety. If you are not ready to shoot - do not load.


Nice find.

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Beautiful stock! Great catch! Big Grin

Glenn


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Posts: 3514 | Location: mississippi delta | Registered: June 30, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post



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Wow that is sharp looking! Congrats!!!!!


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quote:
If you are not ready to shoot - do not load.


I'm sure that works fine for paper, but when hunting it is convenient to have one in the hole ready to go.


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SWEET!


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Posts: 12186 | Location: Gillette, Wyoming | Registered: November 02, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post



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That paint is sexxxxy. Nice find.


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Excellent find !!!!!!
Nmhunter
 
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I'm jealous.......but I'll get over it!! thumbup
Nice pick up! Smile


Good luck and good hunting.
 
Posts: 1675 | Location: Springhill, LA | Registered: November 16, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post



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Mike,
Nice find thumbup
Nothing wrong with adding another XP to the collection Big Grin


-Mike
 
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Mike,

Nice pickup, I have one of those stocks and it is extremely light. Opening it up for the safety was pretty tricky as the material got really thin. Is this one staying a 7mmBR or do you have other plans?

Rick
 
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100522



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Rick, I talked with Steve Roe of Apache Machine Monday. I'm thinking .243 with 100 or 105 grn bullets. Bolt release, install safety and check trigger pull.
Kreiger barrel, 15", 1.25 at the action 3" out then taper to about .800 with
Side discharge break with Cerekote flat black finish and one of Aaron's stocks.
I bought this stock when he first started making them so I would have one when I found an action.
Mike


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Very nice, guessing it's was built for silhouettes before auto reset targets


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Nice find!!!


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Very nice. I like it.
Mike


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Nice paint job!


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