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Old February 9, 2012, 11:18 PM   #5
Blue Duck
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Join Date: October 15, 2006
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Your rifle is not cobbled together, and was one of the best boltaction comerical Mausers ever made, unfortunately it was an unlucky rifle for Browning, due to some bad choices regarding the saltwood stocks that probably cost them dearly to replace, and the timming was bad, because the rifle was too expensive to make and sell against the new kids on the block, the post 64 model 70, and more so the Remington 700, among others.

It just happens that there is an article out this month or last, in Rifle Magazine on the Browning Hi-power. I noticed it on the newstand just the other day. You might want to look for one.
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