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Building off a Tikka m-695 action

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Unread 09-23-2011, 04:32 PM
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Building off a Tikka m-695 action

Hey guys i'm new to this forum but am in need of some information. I am planning on building a 7mm mag on a tikka m695 action. I was wondering if anyone knows of any bottom metal that will work with this action. I have seen the cdi percision bottom metal for a tikka t3 and am not sure if that will work. I just really dont want to start this and then be stuck with a plastic trigger guard. Any info will be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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    Unread 09-24-2011, 02:08 AM
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    Re: Building off a Tikka m-695 action

    Right now everyone is focused on the T3. The two companies that make a dbm for Tikkas only make them for a T3 and short action calibers.

    I'm working on a long action dbm and should have it nailed down soon. You can follow my progress at the link below.

    I wish I had a better answer for you in the interim.
    The Tikka Performance Center Team
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