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Unread 02-25-2004, 06:00 AM
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AICS L/H

Anyone ever tried converting an AICS stock to accept a L/H action?
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    Re: AICS L/H

    AI stock are very expensive and make a cut in is not very clver except if you never plan to resale it

    main difference in LH are
    bolt handle and safety location

    that will be not a heavy work but surely not very pleasnt to see

    best is to go to MacMillan

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    Re: AICS L/H

    I'm pretty sure Celt on Snipershide.com does this. His website is HDRifle.com. He has a reputation as a good 'smith.
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