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Old September 28, 2002, 01:47 AM   #1
Cain R
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Join Date: August 23, 2001
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Savage 110 in .30 Gibbs

Picked up my rechambered Savage 110 today, now in .30 Gibbs.

Had the 'smith rechamber it, polish and blue it, a trigger job (breaks at a crisp 3lbs) and bed a Boyd's nutmeg laminate stock. He slicked up the bolt and polished the feed ramp. Wow it looks, feels and handles 100% better.

Now to build some loads for it and off to the range.

Man I really need to figure out this scanner or get a digital camera.
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