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WTT or WTS: Carbide turning tooling for Remington 700 LA stock

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Unread 09-06-2012, 05:21 PM
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WTT or WTS: Carbide turning tooling for Remington 700 LA stock

Any gunsmiths out there interested in trading a McMillan, Bell & Carlson, or HS Precision stock for misc. carbide turning inserts? I have several in CNMG, TNMG, and DNMG styles and sizes that I have amassed over the years. If interested, let me know what type inserts you are looking for. Thanks.
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    Re: WTT or WTS: Carbide turning tooling for Remington 700 LA stock

    Curious if you still have any HS STocks or McMillan stocks left, I just bought your barreled action.. Let me know Thanks Ryan
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    Unread 11-07-2012, 08:13 PM
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    Re: WTT or WTS: Carbide turning tooling for Remington 700 LA stock

    No, I am looking for a LA stock, would like to trade some carbide cutting tools and/or holders for one or two. Thanks.
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