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Right Bolt Left Eject Repeater?

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Unread 06-07-2011, 09:32 AM
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Right Bolt Left Eject Repeater?

Does anyone make a right bolt but left eject long action that is compatible with a DBM?

What I'd really like is a dual port for loading from either side but ejecting out the left side, with DBM.

Is there such a thing?
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    Unread 06-12-2011, 07:36 PM
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    Re: Right Bolt Left Eject Repeater?

    i know lawton makes a right bolt left port. because i think i am about to order one at the end of the month. they arent taking orders because of an ownership change. will be july before they can
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    Unread 06-12-2011, 08:39 PM
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    Re: Right Bolt Left Eject Repeater?

    You could get a Savage Dual Port Target action and swap in a LH bolt head.

    Piece of cake.
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    Re: Right Bolt Left Eject Repeater?

    The only problem with the target action is its short only. Thanks for the replys guys. I wonder then about a 112 bvss with a second port. I wouldnt do it unless it was designed that way though.
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    Re: Right Bolt Left Eject Repeater?

    That was me using my bud's I pad.
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    Re: Right Bolt Left Eject Repeater?

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    Does anyone make a right bolt but left eject long action that is compatible with a DBM?

    What I'd really like is a dual port for loading from either side but ejecting out the left side, with DBM.

    Is there such a thing?
    I'm not sure, but go to the savage website & look at their Target actions, They have 6 different configurations. If you don't see what you want, call the number for their custom shop & ask for Effie. She is very knowledgeable and will tell you if they're willing to make a modification to one of their Target Actions.

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    Re: Right Bolt Left Eject Repeater?

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    Does anyone make a right bolt but left eject long action that is compatible with a DBM?

    What I'd really like is a dual port for loading from either side but ejecting out the left side, with DBM.

    Is there such a thing?
    Bat makes repeater right/left bolt short/long action. You have to call about the magazine.
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