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What is anschutz silhouette

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Unread 03-27-2013, 10:16 PM
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What is anschutz silhouette

One with no inlet, came up for sale near me. Mcmillan's description is lame.It looks like a good tactical stock.Is it a rigid stock.Can it be used for heavy long range gun in 7mm rem mag, lets say 28 inch striaght barrel.
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    Unread 03-30-2013, 08:49 PM
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    Re: What is anschutz silhouette

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    One with no inlet, came up for sale near me. Mcmillan's description is lame.It looks like a good tactical stock.Is it a rigid stock.Can it be used for heavy long range gun in 7mm rem mag, lets say 28 inch striaght barrel.

    As long as it is not inletted and the action screws are not drilled. Also the forend needs to be
    at least 2 to 2.250 inches at the top of the fore end down the barrel channel.

    It is a lot of work by hand but it can be done with time and effort.

    The Anschutz silhouette is just the typical shape for there rifles .

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