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Getting the most from my 300 RUM

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Unread 03-10-2004, 08:07 PM
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Re: Getting the most from my 300 RUM

Well just guess what Im doing right now. This obviously can not work, it moves around like ... like a Sako. [img]images/icons/mad.gif[/img]

Some more interesting contact places up in the front:

Ive bedded several wooden stocks before but this is my first synthetic... making it snug now, luckily Ive got some tough epoxy stuff for use with boats.

If I was smart, Id throw this POS out the window though, too spongy and temperature sensitive plastic, an unbelievable recoil lug. Sako factory still does not admit any problem... Lord dont let me drive down to the factory tomorrow! Sorry for the rant but Im tired of all this BS from all too many manufacturers. Fancy brochures,yeah.

Had I known this I would have merrily spended three times the price on a quality rifle, this TRG-S cost me $1500 last year, including an italian disposable cardboard case.

My Last Sako, do NOT buy these. Only the brand is left - I have old ones in my safe to compare.

Now sanding... [img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img]

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