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Old September 26, 2012, 07:51 PM   #7
tahunua001
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$300 is a decent price. that's about average for sporterized models and at least the guy that did this one cared enough to put a decent stock on it instead of just cutting down the original.

all major concerns have already been listed or laid to rest. however I would like to point out that the bolt has NOT been bent to allow for scopes. the bolt on there is in original GI condition and may not work on all scopes. you may want to have a scope mounted in shop and verify that the bolt clears it during operation before buying the scope but just the fact that the bolt was not modified means that it will probably be a non-issue as long as you go with a standard 3-9x and not something gawdawful like a 6-28x tacticool sniper special from barska.
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