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Old 10-28-2009, 07:52 PM
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Check out Steve Stratton Stratton Custom Gun Accessories and Services, Formerly with Virgin Valley Custom Guns I too have a love affair with my Encore. I like the versatility. I have the .22lr, .50 cal muzzle loader and a .280 Remington bbl. Bellm spring kit, Stratton hangers and bedded forearm are a must for no vertical, Mike's reloading tricks with the dial indicator for the centerfire helped me bring mine to a Grand Agg of .480 @ 100 yds . I simply love my Encore, I use it for muzzle loading season on deer and hogs rifle season for them critters too and then squirrels with the .22lr bbl. when rifle season comes to a close. All barrels shoot something fierce. I have the same mounts and scopes on all three 28" Prohunter bbls. No transition between weapons. It's like an old friend you have known for years. Heck That little .22 will almost hang with my bench guns for RBA. Warning this will get very expensive As far as the forearm use a sanding block and 120 grit working down to 300. That's how I did my ears.
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