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Trimming the Feed Ramp?

 
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Old 03-17-2013, 01:53 PM
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Old 03-18-2013, 04:01 PM
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Clayne B tale me about your gun. Whats it weight ? What cal. is it ? How long of Barrel ? Is the stock all 6061 Billet Alu. Is the stock real cold to hold when it gets cold out and hot to hold in the summer ? Would you by another one again ? Can you put a longer clip that will go out to 3.9 for berger bullets ? Is it noisy if bump agaisnt something. Thanks for your time. Joe
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Old 03-18-2013, 07:26 PM
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Clayne B tale me about your gun. Whats it weight ? What cal. is it ? How long of Barrel ? Is the stock all 6061 Billet Alu. Is the stock real cold to hold when it gets cold out and hot to hold in the summer ? Would you by another one again ? Can you put a longer clip that will go out to 3.9 for berger bullets ? Is it noisy if bump agaisnt something. Thanks for your time. Joe

Guessing around 14 pounds.
.308
26 inches
Not sure what type of aluminum
Yes it gets hot and cold. a cheek pack will fix that
Yes I will buy another one
3.9 inches would be a long action I would think.
Bumping into things. No its not like a tuning fork.

Check out the maker of the stocks website.

Made in the USA!

mcreesprecision rifle stocks
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