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Which Detachable Magazine to get ???

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Which Detachable Magazine to get ???

Hi Fella's...i have a SENDERO in .300 WM (well i will have next week) and was wondering about the best Bottom metal and Detachable Magazine to get .......maybe even in Stainless Steel ???

Thanx in advance for any help.....
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    Re: Which Detachable Magazine to get ???

    hi , i use badger ordnance on all my rifles and i've found it to be tough and reliable ?

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    Re: Which Detachable Magazine to get ???

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    hi , i use badger ordnance on all my rifles and i've found it to be tough and reliable ?

    Russ
    Sweet ! where's the best place to buy ??? Any mods to the standard stock ?? How many rounds in the Mag ? Thanx.
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    Re: Which Detachable Magazine to get ???

    Try www.shooters.com.au they are in Canberra they have lots of good gear.
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    Try www.shooters.com.au they are in Canberra they have lots of good gear.
    cool got 'em ...
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    Re: Which Detachable Magazine to get ???

    sometimes you need to relieve the stock a little to get it to fit perfect but not usually a lot , as for mags with .308 based cases you can get 5 and 10 round mags and with 338 lapua sized cases you can get 5 rounders. i don't know where you would buy them in oz but a google search should get you their website and a short email to them will give you a stockist near you i would guess.

    i should say that i run all my rifles in mcmillan stocks so thats what my experience is with.

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    Re: Which Detachable Magazine to get ???

    Has anyone got any comments on the H-S Precision DM ?? Are they okay ?
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