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BlueTurf 11-11-2011 08:19 PM

Removing actions from bedded stocks.
 
My Springfield M1A is in a factory bedded stock. Is is okay to take the action out of he stock when I clean it if I am real careful with it? I have had some folks tell me to avoid taking it out of the stock for fear of disturbing the bedding material.

Axxe55 11-12-2011 10:04 PM

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Originally Posted by BlueTurf (Post 625240)
My Springfield M1A is in a factory bedded stock. Is is okay to take the action out of he stock when I clean it if I am real careful with it? I have had some folks tell me to avoid taking it out of the stock for fear of disturbing the bedding material.

blue, if it was done correctly, i don't think there should be any problem removing the action from the stock. just take your time and be gentle!

BlueTurf 11-12-2011 11:14 PM

And that is exactly what I am going to do axe55. Thanks.

Axxe55 11-13-2011 02:19 AM

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Originally Posted by BlueTurf (Post 626112)
And that is exactly what I am going to do axe55. Thanks.

BTW, the SA M1A is one of my favorites! love shooting that rifle.:D

BlueTurf 11-13-2011 01:10 PM

I haven't shot my M1A enough. I only took it out once this year. I am sitting on a whole bunch of very good ammo that needs to be shot. I still have some of the really good Australian and Portuguese surplus ammo plus my loads. It really is a fun gun to shoot.

Axxe55 11-13-2011 07:35 PM

blue i had one many years ago, and can safely say it was and will be always one of my favorite rifles of all time. i really enjoyed shooting it and was so much fun to target shoot with. they are pretty darn accurate too.:)


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