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Old April 20th, 2017, 04:29 PM   #226
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Old April 20th, 2017, 06:36 PM   #227
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See post #102 on this thread re Ren's XM25 parts.
Also see this link: http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=968541

XM25/M25 rings were Leupold part # 40638 (older flat top design)
Newer Leupold is identical except is "round" on top of rings, as seen in the above link.

Badger makes a close substitute to the original Leupold but with the round top as well.

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Ren,

Late to the party, I think I may know the source of that stock..... nice finish, the sticker is a crowning touch.


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Hey Wes, check out the "4" on the hex, I've seen "R" stamped there as well. What it means or stands for I have no idea.

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Hey Wes, check out the "4" on the hex, I've seen "R" stamped there as well. What it means or stands for I have no idea.

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Thanks Brother......

Great Pics!!!!!

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Hey Wes, check out the "4" on the hex, I've seen "R" stamped there as well. What it means or stands for I have no idea.

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Heat treat lot code, various numbers and letters also marked BPT on one lot

from what I have seen. Unmarked ones were from first run on screws.

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Heat treat lot code, various numbers and letters also marked BPT on one lot

from what I have seen. Unmarked ones were from first run on screws.
Thank you Sir, good usable intel is always appreciated. Been wondering about those markings for some time now.

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