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Unread 02-07-2009, 01:25 PM
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I'll be building this rifle, as I get the "extra" money. I'm finding out This Chey-tac stuff isn't cheap!
I hear you on that...... I'll be using the same action. Gonna go for the right bolt left port idea depending on how my eye surgery goes. If it goes as expected I may go the left bolt right port route.

Jury is still out on the stock I had a front runner bookmarked they my 'puter ate its babies the bookmark went east with the geese. The effort is to relocate that stock maker.

Hell its just money and when I leave this world I want to slide into home plate dead broke with a big smile on my face.
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    Hell its just money and when I leave this world I want to slide into home plate dead broke with a big smile on my face.
    Good statement Roy, I like it!
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    Yeah Roy,

    That Makes me Laugh too. Well said! If'n I wasn't raising kids Id be right behind you....

    Dan
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    Yeah...I hear you Roy! I hope one day I can take that perspective on Life. Myself like Dan have too many kid's to raise right now....But someday!!
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    No intent to hijack here, but; Roy what kind of eye surgery you got scheduled?
    Certainly hope all goes well. Keep us informed. Certainly dont want to miss any of your wisdom and humor.

    Good Luck and God Bless

    Jim
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    What sort of bullets will you guys be using?

    Certainly sounds like an interesting calibre, but I'm not keen on doing any developing myself - would much rather have someone more knowledgeable than me solve those problems.
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    MT4XFore,

    Standard ol' cataract surgery.

    Sierra22,

    350 SMKs - that is until something better comes along. Which I understand is coming along.......
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