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Picked up a couple of XP barreled actions lately and Both had the firing pin assemblies missing. Then last week I snagged a bare action with bolt body, no guts again? Do guys just lose them? Do they go to firing pin heaven?

Anyway, if anyone has a spare firing pin assembly or two floating around, I would be interested.
 
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Brownells?


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Greg Tannel makes a variety of types,light weight,fluted with nice shroud s as well.
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Clearly the previous owners watched the film Shooter one too many times...



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Clearly the previous owners watched the film Shooter one too many times...
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Just watched shooter again last week.
 
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And there you have it………………
 
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Clearly the previous owners watched the film Shooter one too many times...

If you liked the movie (like I did), do yourself a real favor and read the book it was based on, "Point of Impact," by Stephen Hunter. thumbup As is usually my experience, the book was much better.


Good luck and good hunting.
 
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