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Old 04-20-2009, 11:18 AM   #1
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Default Crossover bolt conversion pics, drawings advice??

I was wondering if anyone had any advice or pictures of a cross over bolt conversion????So I can work my Anschutz 64mp right handed bolt , left handed (cant afford a LH rifle at the moment)while in a prone position. I have a slight idea but am not sure how to attack this, having only heard of them and have never seen one). I know I can add a piece of metal tubing or similar to the bold on the right hand bolt and have it bent under the rifle so that it does not effect the peep sights so i can work the bold with my left hand and not disturb my position. I cant use my right hand to load due to gloved hand and sling. Any help,pics or tips on this issue would be greatly appreciated. Cheers Scott Australia

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