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Old 06-21-2013, 05:34 AM
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Re: Pair Of Old School Aces

Thanks for the comments guys.

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I personally would tweak those loads and get rid of that vertical...
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Very nice. One day I'm gonna have one of your fine wood stocks.
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Old 06-28-2013, 08:49 AM
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Very nice Joel! I really like the spiral "fluting" or flats on the barrel. I'm sure you and your dad will have a great time.
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Re: Pair Of Old School Aces

Those are very nice looking and shooting rifles. I assume you crafted the stocks as well? Do you have a website? Jesse.
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Those are very nice looking and shooting rifles. I assume you crafted the stocks as well? Do you have a website? Jesse.
I did craft the stocks as well, you can see more at: Home Page
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Re: Pair Of Old School Aces

Those are some of the most interesting, yet beautiful rifles I have ever seen. The barrel and stock designs are like nothing I have ever seen. How much would one like that cost?
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Never really crunched the numbers, but you're probably looking at $3K or more on the complete turnkey build less glass...
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