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Remington’s Model 700 Chassis Pistol Part 1 Son of the XP100 and the spirit of evolution

Remington 700 Chassis Pistol Company Remington Arms Company Point of Origin Ilion, New York Order No. 96814 Type of Action Bolt Action Caliber 300 AAC Blk Magazine Capacity 10 Barrel Length 10.5″ 5/8-24 Threaded Muzzle Barrel Material Carbon Steel Barrel Finish Cerakote Rifling Twist 1:7″ RH Receiver Material Carbon Steel Receiver Finish CeraKote Chassis Material…

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Ruger’s Mark IV 22/45 Lite Part II

I’ve been working on some ideas for a shop project. Over the past six months I’ve advanced the ball, metaphorically speaking, to conclude the project will incorporate and electric motor… 48 volts, 1000 Amps… and a sprocket. Beyond that, blank space, dead air, niemand ist zu hause. It is tough to think of something you…

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Ruger’s Mark IV Tactical Pistol

Summer began late this year and definitely has ended early, catching us flat footed; “us” being myself and my better half for over fifty years. The leaves on the maple trees have already begun to turn and the before winter to do list on the kitchen counter became a source of panic. No quick projects…

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Savage 110 Hog Hunter Part 2 Yes, this really is work, but thank you for asking

I’m thinking there must have been a time when weekends meant road trips and sight seeing or maybe even a little relaxing, but the memories are too distant to form clearly in my recollections. Those days must have existed in a very narrow window of family life between too young and too broke to go…

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