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Key Kirby/Fiftydriver how about some V-block info

 
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Old 04-09-2006, 08:58 PM
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Re: Key Kirby/Fiftydriver how about some V-block info

FiftyDr -
Let me see if'n I can get some pics converted to CD photo disc. Then, I can E-mail off to any interested.

Yeah... for My money; stock is way cool.

NO, rifle is not a "rail gun"...

It is a man-portable ( shoulder-fired ) "place gun"
set up to for shooting off rear bags and front rest for group shooting; or.....

In the field, I typically just balance rifle on a rear bag
( I have not yet $$$ for a large forend-holding type
" bulls bag " )

Another hardware store gave me the aluminum "I" beam for free ! It was originally the cneter support beam for a vinyl deck railing system, made by " Certentied Corp",; famous for making roofing shingles.

Rail is substantial, and heavy.
Rail wt rivals or exceeds my Palma profile barrel's
wt ( it's a .224 centerfire wildcat )

Let me work the pics issue.

By the way....
groundhog scientific name is: "Soybeanus Digestus"
You heard it hear, first.

Regards,
.357mag
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