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Thread: PMII on Blaser R93

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    PMII on Blaser R93

    Blaser do a 34mm mount for R93 but does anyone know what the clearance is like on the barrel for a Schmidt and bender PMII?

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    I have a PM11 on my Blaser and there are no clearance issues. PM me if you want a picture.

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    They do spacers for the mounts if you need to raise them.

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    that's like putting a Porsche steering wheel on a skoda
    Right where's those stones , I'll start !

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    Quote Originally Posted by tackb View Post
    that's like putting a Porsche steering wheel on a skoda
    Expensive skoda! I've been pretty impressed at what Thomas Haglund's skoda can do (check youtube out).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tackleberry270 View Post
    Expensive skoda! I've been pretty impressed at what Thomas Haglund's skoda can do (check youtube out).
    I am familiar with Thomas and his videos , good fun they are too!
    Right where's those stones , I'll start !

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    Thomas Haugland seems to shoot a lot and so will burn more barrels as the average person. Changing a barrel on a R93 is nothing. No gunsmitting, no extra expense. He wrote that he gets his 6.5-284 barrels by 2 or 3. I've never been a R93 man, but from this point of view a Blaser might be the cheapest way to go. Changing a barrel on a Sako/Tikka ( barrel + work) probably will be more expensive than a R93 barrel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hales Smut View Post
    Thomas Haugland seems to shoot a lot and so will burn more barrels as the average person. Changing a barrel on a R93 is nothing. No gunsmitting, no extra expense. He wrote that he gets his 6.5-284 barrels by 2 or 3. I've never been a R93 man, but from this point of view a Blaser might be the cheapest way to go. Changing a barrel on a Sako/Tikka ( barrel + work) probably will be more expensive than a R93 barrel.
    that's a very good point and one I hadn't considered ? however I just can't buy into the blaser hype particularly the one that the trigger group is attached to the mag (wtf) I wonder whose genius idea that was? one possible advantage is fast shooting but they then limit that with a stupid mag design ? five and ten round detachable mags separate from the trigger and I might be interested !
    Right where's those stones , I'll start !

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    Quote Originally Posted by tackb View Post
    that's a very good point and one I hadn't considered ?
    Me neither. But if you burn more barrels than average, might be an intresting way to go. Indeed the R8 is to complicated. The R93 is better, but I also like them simple and easy.

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