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Old January 27, 2013, 01:35 AM   #2
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Colt Sauer rifles are somewhat uncommon and "old school", and as such do not have a lot of tacticool appeal. If you absolutely gotta have one, you could have a smith machine and drill a blank Picattiny rail, but I would think even the idea of a rail on a classic rifle would make you rethink what you are proposing. Besides, if you need parts fpr the rifle, it's gonna be expensive. Redfield and Leupold list bases for the Colt Sauer. Or you could sell that rifle and buy 2 or 3 Rem 700s for what you would get from it.
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