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Old July 9, 2012, 05:43 PM   #6
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Join Date: September 6, 2011
Location: Wyoming
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Scorch, Thanks for the info. I will finish the float job and see what happens.

"Hey, a new firearm- I better hurry up and start tweaking and fixing this thing before I go shoot it."
19-96, You are 100% correct in that I just brought the gun home, tried to get a piece of paper between the barrel and noticed the wood left in the channel. I might have jumped the gun, but now I am committed. I just have never had a rifle where the stock was in such tight contact with the barrel! I should have shot it first! Dang it!

Anyway, I will continue sanding now and get the tube "floating". Humm?
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