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Old December 27, 2008, 08:28 AM   #1
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some pics of my projekt

a husqvarna 1900 (checkering left to do) cz527 222rem benchrest and vermin rifle and a cz452 varmint nice little rifle for a walk in the woods
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Old December 27, 2008, 08:35 AM   #2
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and finaly a rem700 in pieces soon to be a switch barrel 308 and 250 ack imp
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Old December 27, 2008, 10:55 AM   #3
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Nice work. I'm assuming (based on the picture of the lathe) you do your own metal work.
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Old December 27, 2008, 02:09 PM   #4
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Very nice,thank you! The .250 Ackley is a sweet round!!

Now,I am respectfully joking with you,but it is interesting,if we were to go in reverse,and boil a .250 Ackley and a .308 in the same pot,I think we would invent the 6.5x55!!!!

A long time ago,I had a Husqvarna Lahti handgun. Long enough ago that it cost $137 brand new,I bought a Husqvarna 5000 in 7 Rem Mag.The second dirt motorcycle I rode was a silver tank Husqvarna 250,about a 1969 or 1970?
I have a Husqvarna sewing machine,steel gears and a back gear like a lathe!!
And my Husquvarna 154CM chain saw has served me well for 25 years !!

Then there was the 1963 Volvo 544 I paid $400 for,and drove for 13 years before I gave it,still running fine,to a friend.

I'm rather convinced the Swedes know what they are doing!!
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Old December 27, 2008, 02:19 PM   #5
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Oh,and just in case you run out of projects :-) Here is one that is in my mind you may like.Some of the mini mauser actions,and perhaps a CZ,are available in 22-250.Remington has their BR series of brass,a shortened .308,and if I am not mistaken,Lapua or Norma makes brass..The BR series would fit in the 22-250 magazine

Wouldn't a light little 6.5 BR be sweet?
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Old December 27, 2008, 07:54 PM   #6
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Please send me one from column A, two from Column B.......

Very fine work!
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