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    Credit where it's due again for James (JagerSA)

    Met up with James yesterday and collected my WMR and 22-250 that he's done some work on.

    The Savage 110 22-250 needed the existing end taking off due to the previous owner leaving the mod on and it being corroded so has had a re-thread and crown. I'm hoping that this will now shoot the PPU ammo better as it only previously liked federal so I'll update when I get chance to try it. For now I've taken the old Hawke scope off and replaced it with a Bushnell Legend 5-15x40. Has anyone had experience of these on a CF rifle, bearing in mind the 22-250 is relatively mild recoil wise?

    Next up is my CZ452 WMR which he shortened to 14", re-thread and crowned, machined off the rear sight as it was awkward fitting scopes low down and ceracoated the barrel and action. I picked up a Simmons WTC of the bay of evil for a bargain and it matches the rifle colour nicely! I might get the mounts done at some point if I'm passing and James is mixing up the same colour again as I think it will look a treat! I am no engineer but I think the work looks bob on I think you'll agree!

    So thanks again matey and it's nice to get good quality work done for a decent price,

    Cheers

    Stratts









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    god help those foxes,nicely done,doug,
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    Certainly 2 nice looking rifles now! It'll be interesting to know how the 22-250 works with PPU when you have a chance to try it!

    p.s. It's always good to give credit where it's due - To me it's nothing short of just plain and simple good manners, something that seems to get lost by many nowadays!



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    Quote Originally Posted by FrenchieBoy View Post
    Certainly 2 nice looking rifles now! It'll be interesting to know how the 22-250 works with PPU when you have a chance to try it!

    p.s. It's always good to give credit where it's due - To me it's nothing short of just plain and simple good manners, something that seems to get lost by many nowadays!
    I hope your eyes are better when you're out shooting, the pics are all of the same rifle!!

    Thanks though and I agree good manners cost nowt!!

    I need to get pics up of the others he has done too for me. For the money the coating costs it makes a massive difference to the rifles especially if they are showing signs of age externally!
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    OOPS! Should have gone to SpecSavers!



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    [QUOTE=stratts;929834]I hope your eyes are better when you're out shooting, the pics are all of the same rifle!!

    Pete carries the rifle and his dog does the shooting for him!
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