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Old 07-07-2012, 08:26 PM   #11
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Yeah it's been scoped and rebarreled. Holds 1 MOA, could probably do better with a better shooter.

I have no idea the maker of the barrel.
Also has a timney trigger.
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Old 07-10-2012, 11:38 PM   #12
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must be cracks in that stock,have fired one cut down about the same and it is solid as a rock, mine has the sling mount on a band, they usually help hold stocks together
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I have a Bishop sporter stock for my M1917 Eddystone, and I've wanted to return it to its original military configuration. It currently has a replacement trigger system, a Bishop stock, an a Tasco scope. She shoots great but I want it original military condition. I got it in a "package" deal with my 1943 Enfield, the guy who owned it before the guy I bought it from sporterized it.
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Bell & Carlson and Boyds make replacement sporter stocks for the P17.
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