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    what stock for a 13.5 30br ???

    i like a 24" krieger bbl
    a bat ds action left load right bolt/eject
    12-42 nf scope
    what stock would you reccomend ??

    suggestions ??

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    Thumbs up Stock recommendation,,,,

    Quote Originally Posted by rsmithsr View Post
    i like a 24" krieger bbl
    a bat ds action left load right bolt/eject
    12-42 nf scope
    what stock would you reccomend ??

    suggestions ??
    Point blank...

    Affordable Kelbly Lo Profile (LPF)

    Pricy top of the line Scarbrough!!!

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    "Bruno/Mcmillan Collaberation" (sic) right from Lester.....they've still got several in stock altho I bought all the good colors (Got the green one yesterday )

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    How about

    Quote Originally Posted by rsmithsr View Post
    i like a 24" krieger bbl
    a bat ds action left load right bolt/eject
    12-42 nf scope
    what stock would you reccomend ??

    suggestions ??
    a Shehane Mini Tracker?

    Pete

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    Tough

    Quote Originally Posted by rsmithsr View Post
    i like a 24" krieger bbl
    a bat ds action left load right bolt/eject
    12-42 nf scope
    what stock would you reccomend ??

    suggestions ??
    to beat one of Tom Meredith's offerings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glp View Post
    to beat one of Tom Meredith's offerings.
    couldn't agree more.... and it's hard not to just let Tom do the work at his prices and skill level.

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    I learned a hard lesson a few years back when I had a couple wooden creations to finish...... the last ones I'd done with Brownell's various products and found them to be less resistant than I prefer (I come from the era of "tung oil finishes")


    ENNYways.... I figured I'd dip my feets into these new catalyzed finishes, I mean "How hard can it be???"


    "And them guys charge wayy too much!!"


    MANY hours and dalars later I'm a firm convert to the new finishes but I Will Never Do Another Myownself!!!

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