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Old 02-21-2013, 01:25 PM   #21
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mine is at the gunsmith right now getting threaded. turned in paperwork for a suppressor the other day too. should have it real soon.....like 6 months lol

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mine is at the gunsmith right now getting threaded. turned in paperwork for a suppressor the other day too. should have it real soon.....like 6 months lol
Psh like 8 now lol
How much is the thread job going to run you
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touche salesman

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Nice job. Looks very cool.

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there's no right or wrong way to do a camo paint job IMO. i bought some decorative grass mess at a craft store and used it to do the camo job on my remington 700P.
Ooh, I really like that one.

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Ooh, I really like that one.

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That looks awesome once you get past the bipod that is 7 feet long!
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Psh like 8 now lol
How much is the thread job going to run you
my bad, missed this. $125 to shorten, thread and recrown. pretty standard pricing for any smith that knows what he's doing.

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Ooh, I really like that one.

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nice, but it needs moar leaves!
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Well, maybe not quite 7-ft. More like 2 - 2 1/2.

It's a Snipepod from Kramer Designs and it is my absolute favorite ever.

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nice, but it needs moar leaves!
Nah, more leaves would have just made it too gaudy...
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