My 223s last transformation

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Re: My 223s last transformation

Postby Scribe » Wed May 27, 2015 9:26 am

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hillbilly wrote:Yip i sure am i have about 100 rounds of HSM police ammunition left they are good .
Have about 50 Hornady steel case training ammo left that is even better then the HSM stuff Both kill well from 22" barrel right down to 14 "
But i dont shoot deer further then 60 m have not shot a deer further then 60 m for years


Bloody bush hunters. Most of the time your arse is higher than you head and the law of gravity states what doesn't run uphill, Hillbilly?????
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Re: My 223s last transformation

Postby Scribe » Wed May 27, 2015 9:27 am

Rushy wrote:I am not sure about the law of gravity Scribe but the law of Rushy says the more caution you take when walking on a slippery slope, the more the likelihood of a quick trip to the bottom.

I could write a book on the slides I have taken.


I think you misread my post 'Rushy'
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Re: My 223s last transformation

Postby Happy » Wed May 27, 2015 9:55 am

hillbilly wrote:hack saw haha did the trick nicely



Heres another Its also a mongrel. Just needs sighting in now. 14. something inches " 308

Had a taste of the Hacksaw as well. Milled receiver top and fluted bolt.

Then I filled the stock with epoxy so nice (ish) taper on the front filled with alloy strip epoxied in.

The Midget bedded the stock for me.

SWFA 3-9 x 42 Scope bought off the other pub and has a Gunworks Maxximus suppressor. (Its totally unshootable without it)

Super light weight

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Ha ha neat mongrel tikka trick wave the gas plant gently over the stock where you grip the front till it just starts melting. Instant Mega Grip
no longer slippery when wet ....
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Re: My 223s last transformation

Postby Scribe » Wed May 27, 2015 11:42 am

Is there no limit to the 'Perfidy' of you two rifle rooters. Look what you have done to those Tikka's

New word above I am trying out. Sounds good doesn't fit though.
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Re: My 223s last transformation

Postby Happy » Wed May 27, 2015 12:21 pm

Scribe wrote:Is there no limit to the 'Perfidy' of you two rifle rooters. Look what you have done to those Tikka's

New word above I am trying out. Sounds good doesn't fit though.



perfidy


/ˈpəːfɪdi/


noun
literary : Loose translation = To greatly improve the looks and function of any T3 Rifle using all and any means at your disposal that are free , gratis or given. :lol: :D :roll:
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Re: My 223s last transformation

Postby hillbilly » Wed May 27, 2015 4:26 pm

Shit epoxy thats a bit flash mate i just have black electrical tape its 3 years and still going strong keeps all the crap out haha
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