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Old 06-17-2011, 06:38 PM   #31
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My FFL has been away, so I'll finally be able to pick the rifle up next Thursday. It needs a new recoil pad. There's a problem with the trigger as well. It's been adjusted so tightly that when disengaging the safety, it actuates the trigger, but it's a quick fix.

I may have him install the recoil pad. I don't want to take a chance on grinding into the stock. When I fitted pads in the past, I was able to clamp my belt sander in my buddy's bench vise. Now, his place is an hour away. So, I'll just get it handles so I can get that rascal out to the range.
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