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Kelbly pistol stock

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Unread 05-19-2012, 01:10 PM
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Kelbly pistol stock

Anyone have any experience with the KELBLY pistol stock. Was curious to see if it holds up to the big recoiling rounds. 338 and up

Thanks in advance,

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Unread 05-20-2012, 12:11 AM
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Re: Kelbly pistol stock

Never used one-Sorry!
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Unread 05-20-2012, 06:33 AM
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Re: Kelbly pistol stock

I have built several XP-100 pistols, using the Kelbly (formerly Lee Six) rear grip stocks. They are great. My personal ground hog/prairie dog pistol is a 15" barrel 223 Culver. That is a 223 with a 35 degree shoulder. I have dispatched hundreds of varmints with this outfit since building it in 1994. With the 15" HV barrel it weighs just short of 14 Lbs. I have another stock in the shop now that i asked Jim to make as heavy as possible. It weighs 12 Lbs. 12 Oz. I'm planning a 6MM DJ ( .070" longer, at the shoulder, BR) with an 8 twist barrel. The stocks are a little rough on the exterior but very well made.
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