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Old 04-25-2014, 08:40 PM   #1
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I replaces the see through rings w/ Weaver grand slam quick release. This is the Forest Green camo also. He did not want full woodland camo.

My son is happy.
For those that don't know this started as a 1943 Husqvarna M38 basket case.

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I replaces the see through rings w/ Weaver grand slam quick release. This is the Forest Green camo also. He did not want full woodland camo.

My son is happy.
For those that don't know this started as a 1943 Husqvarna M38 basket case.

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Looks like it's ready to take out some critters!!!! Nice Job!


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Looks like it's ready to take out some critters!!!! Nice Job!
Thank you. Before the transformation it was very accurate. The quick detach rings make the irons 100% usable. There is just no felt recoil w/ the 6.5x55.
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That's a sweet looking rifle.. The 6.5X55 is an outstanding performer also... I have an old timer gun smith buddy who took that caliber and Ackley Improved it..What a shooter it was.... May your son take many animals with his rifle...
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That rifle is absolutely beautiful!


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