npd, if it's a FN, you shouldn't need any parts except a barrel and possibly a stock. Brownells carries both. If it's a military, you need to know a little more before making plans. In general, the commercial large rings and most of the military large rings are good candidates for working guns. It will help if you have the equipment to do the work yourself, but that's true of any action. I'm going to be turkey hunting for the next few days, but there are guys on this site that can help you positively identify your action by the markings on the receiver, the shroud, safety, and the thumb notch (or not) on the left receiver rail.
Good luck, Tom
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Last edited by specweldtom; 03-15-2008 at 05:20 PM.
Reason: Add brownells