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    I've got to fine tune this collection still
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    Awesome collection, a couple .223's in there?

    I've only got an SL7 for my collection so far. I was in talks for a Model 270 but it seems to have slipped past me for now.



    There's a rail and M84 scope enroute to go on top.

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    no just 1 630

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigkelly View Post
    I've got to fine tune this collection still
    Awesome collection!!!

    Tony

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lerch641 View Post
    Awesome collection, a couple .223's in there?

    I've only got an SL7 for my collection so far. I was in talks for a Model 270 but it seems to have slipped past me for now.



    There's a rail and M84 scope enroute to go on top.
    Very nice!!!

    Tony

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    Nice sporting rifle collection. Interesting stock for the HK 300. I love HK Sporting rifles: they are HK's best kept secret.

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    I have a few M1 that i use for hunting but the Caliber are not very popular for hunting these days, Everyone is on creedmoor

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    Funny story on the 300 stock
    300 gun was sold on gunbroker but was damaged in shipping.seller listed broken stock ( was shattered into 3 pieces) on GB for $50 so I took a chance and bought it.Took it to my local stock guru ( a magician) and said make it structurally sound,looks don't matter---and he DID--so i had it "dipped" at water transfer company in the style you see to hide the repair and thats the stock i use when in the woods--still have the original HK stock

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    Let me make sure I understand this: you got a Model 300 on GB for $50?? Repaired the HK stock and now you have a tack driver? Great deal, as the Model 300 is one of my favorite rifles to shoot. Congrats on a great score!!

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    just the broken stock was $50

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