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Old February 8th, 2017, 05:48 PM   #16
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Old February 8th, 2017, 05:54 PM   #17
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I am new to the platform, I'm just trying to learn. The more questions I ask the more I learn. I would love to be able to watch in person, but I don't know anyone in my area that appreciates the rifle as I do. If Tony hadn't made all those videos I would be lost.
You and me both pal. Watch all of Tonyben's videos. That's a great way to get acquainted imho.
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You and me both pal. Watch all of Tonyben's videos. That's a great way to get acquainted imho.
I am in the process of replacing my loaded SA M1A synthetic stock with a Boyd's Walnut. Kurt has been patient and now I need to start working through fitting the stock.
It's a great way to spend the day
Tonys videos have made this possible for me, Kurt found me a great deal on a nice piece of walnut. This forum has helped me in more ways than one! Kurt has also given me some really helpful advice. I have the loaded myself, I have 2 walnut stocks for it. As a battle rifle it exceeds expectations with either stock. I have a touch of OCD. That's another story, it's never perfect!

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You and me both pal. Watch all of Tonyben's videos. That's a great way to get acquainted imho.
I am in the process of replacing my loaded SA M1A synthetic stock with a Boyd's Walnut. Kurt has been patient and now I need to start working through fitting the stock.
It's a great way to spend the day
Watched ALL of Tonyben's videos for personal enrichment. My M1A has been thoroughly accurized and pillar-bedded by Roland Beaver of Old Corp Weaponry. I replaced a few parts with "better" parts, such as the recoil spring guide rod, and the gas piston. Other than that I took it out of the bedding once because I wanted to see how he had welded the rear lug on and how he pillar bedded it. Man, when I cranked down on that pillar bolt that barreled receiver was sucked into the bedding with some impressive firmness. The trigger is better than when I first received it in Supermatch configuration.

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