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Re: Mauser actions

Sweet stock, where did you get it from?
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many of my rifles are built on Mauser, as a matter of fact my long range hunting rifle is a MKX Mauser in 7mmRM
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    Sweet stock, where did you get it from?
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    Re: Mauser actions

    I have no idea where to go with this now. After reading the first few posts, I was thinking that I'd go back to my original plan and find a Savage for my project. And then I started thinking that maybe I'd use one the actions I've got, and then back to the pushfeed again. I'm thinking I will probably go Savage for simplicity and stock options.

    And my wife just told me that she didn't want me to sell any of my guns... So I'm not supposed to sell or trade them off. This might be a slower project than I had planned.

    Sweet pics fmsniper.
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    Re: Mauser actions

    Savage is much easier

    Mauser needs truing, lapping, drill and tap, possibly feed lip modifications, extractor adjustments, for snap over.
    not that simple, they are worth it if you have the time and experience.
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    How close was the inletting? I heard they take alot of sanding to get them to fit.
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    I have no idea where to go with this now. After reading the first few posts, I was thinking that I'd go back to my original plan and find a Savage for my project. And then I started thinking that maybe I'd use one the actions I've got, and then back to the pushfeed again. I'm thinking I will probably go Savage for simplicity and stock options.

    And my wife just told me that she didn't want me to sell any of my guns... So I'm not supposed to sell or trade them off. This might be a slower project than I had planned.

    Sweet pics fmsniper.
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    How close was the inletting? I heard they take alot of sanding to get them to fit.
    about 90%, yes they do take a good bit of sanding
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