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Peace through
superior firepower
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Kinda makes you want to have something to shoot at, doesn't it? Smile

 
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7.62mm Crusader
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Beautiful rifle.
 
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Yeah, that M14 video guy...
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Ah! The double-lugger! I was happy with how that turned out. Here's the build thread with many detailed pictures.

https://sigforum.com/eve/forum...935/m/3830024764/p/1

Tony.


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You have cow?
I lift cow!
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That woodland stock is awesome. Don't see that many of them. That is the full boat right there. I bet it's a good time.

Excellent taste sir.


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"Pete",

Thanks for the kind words. I saw the McMillan M3A stock in woodland camo and had to have it. I like camo and it makes the rifle, IMHO.

An eye popper AND a shooter...to be sure.

Hold Hard,

Wes
 
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I was wondering if that was a Benny6 gun!

Beautiful rifle. Shoot it in good health!



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Captain William Mattingly at the Battle of Bulltown, West Virginia 1863
 
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Yeah, that M14 video guy...
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Originally posted by ArtieS:
I was wondering if that was a Benny6 gun!

Beautiful rifle. Shoot it in good health!


When you bringing your rifle over? I can fit in an inspection.

Tony.


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Originally posted by ArtieS:
I was wondering if that was a Benny6 gun!

Beautiful rifle. Shoot it in good health!


When you bringing your rifle over? I can fit in an inspection.

Tony.
You just want to peer through that Kahles dont ya? Big Grin
 
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David and all,

That Kahles 525i is some scope. Optics are as good as I've ever seen, tracking is beyond reproach. It was a good match for the rifle I named "Reacher".
While I love the scope it's on the high side(very) of what I normally put on my M-14's. Mostly, I use Luppie MK IV's...when available. I used the Kahles' because the rifle was an over the top build. Good choice, IMHO.

Wes
 
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