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    Looks good Dusty.
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    Looks good Dusty.
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    • 22F
      22F commented
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      Is that one attached via M-Lok or Keymod?

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      Just seen the Fab defense folding stock on a website. Has anyone got it fitted. After some pics


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    • toolnup
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      Hi all,

      Couple of questions regarding stock mods on a 7615.

      I see there is either a mil spec or commercial spec buffer tube and stock available. Is it only the diameter that is different?
      Will the Mesa High tube adaptor and castle nut fit both or are they specific to the two different tubes?

      Lastly, any good online places to buy the gear from?

      Thanks,

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    My IPSC rifle.

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      Originally posted by Seddo" post=643


      My IPSC rifle.
      Hey Seddo that looks great. Im looking to build something similar. Can I ask what stock / grip / adaptor combo that is?

      Also whats the deal with the high tube / low tube adaptors? Is one more comfortable than the other? Is the high tube just to make them look like an AR?

      Cheers...

    • 00bsh00
      00bsh00 commented
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      Originally posted by Seddo" post=643


      My IPSC rifle.

      this is pretty much what I'm going to do with a 338 Federal 7600.

      any advise on what height cheek riser I should get for a low/mid mount scope (standard mounts to the receiver)?

      the magpul cheek risers come in .25", .50" and .75".

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    Well howdy,

    Here's the pumpy me an Granny are familiar with.... aint sure this is in the right thread topic. But shoot, Y'all asked. :lol:


    Attached Files

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    • Snag
      Snag commented
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      A pump AND a lever.

      That's technology for ya.

    • Throwingbrick
      Throwingbrick commented
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      Damn are those cast steel rings and washers nice setup :P

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    You may have seen this on the other site.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlZQvyuGK4U

    Basic pistol grip stock and reddot.

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    • BlueBikesBlackGuns
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      Originally posted by BlueBikesBlackGuns" post=860
      You may have seen this on the other site.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlZQvyuGK4U

      Basic pistol grip stock and reddot.

      So some of you may have seen my 7615 way back on page 1. I thought I might update you. As you can see the original stock (thrown in when I purchased the rifle new) had quite a rake on it and thus you had to lift your head off to see through the scope. I looked at the mesa leo and high tubes then decided to have a crack at modifying the existing and if i fucked it up just spend the money I would have spent anyway.



      Happy with the results. Another successful home job by BBBG.

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    AC,
    Its a 30-221, i had TSE use my reasmer so i had the same chamber as my bolt gun. I have been using the 223 barrel lately to blast off some ammo i had laying around.

    Its funny how the 300 Whisper and 30-221 have been around for years and as soon as they is factory ammo it becomes popular.

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      Remington 572 bunnie buster, just for something different

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      • #8
        Heres something I built up a while ago. 458socom for a 7600. dont have a pic of it on a rifle atm. I do have a video of me shooting it however.

        Despite popular belief, it does 100% eject brass out a stock ejection port without issue. Tested on a 270win pumpy, but all the ports are the same. Im going to be selling it shortly to fund another project.



        edited to add picture and remove attached pic.

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        • #9
          My tastes are a bit more on the Tacticool side.

          Mine is on top, the bottom is a customers


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          • Marshy68
            Marshy68 commented
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            Originally posted by Sierra1" post=2263
            My tastes are a bit more on the Tacticool side.

            Mine is on top, the bottom is a customers


            Hey mate where were these done and can I get one like it?

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          Couple more customer jobs





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            Originally posted by Sierra1" post=2264
            Couple more customer jobs

            Gotta say it, for pump guns they look outstanding.

            Just got myself a 7600 in 308, that I might just have to modify like these, with exception of the optics, that'll be a Vortex of some sort.

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            Originally posted by Sierra1" post=2264
            Couple more customer jobs





            massive fan of custom firearms, very cool.

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          Probably my favorite pumpy





          Browning BPR 22lr

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          • #12
            i was running 300gr hornady HPs @ ~1500fps, and it was not a problem at all. Think 12ga shotgun. It was really passive and progressive, not sharp or stiff at all. Ive tested a few different loads from 1000fps up to 1800fps and its all fine.

            As for ongoing costs, i used.. err.. 35gr of 2207 (ill have to check my load data later) for the punchy loads and ~28gr of 2208 for subsonic. Ill PM you the link if you want. I should really do a half decent video for when i sell it to show how it all works.

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            • #13
              How are the 7600 series accuracy wise?
              are the 7615 any better?
              Some say max 250-300 m?

              I'm thinking of one in 308
              "shoot straight shoot quick"
              Coonan 357 Magnum semi Auto- like shooting a laser!!!!!

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                Its designed as a carry firearm, not bench work. Try stalking deer with a FTR class 308win, its just not going to happen. With after market barrels and slowly grouping on the bench, accuracy is improved quite a bit, and sub MOA is possible, but in factory trim, a 5 shot sub MOA is technically possible, but insanely hard.

                When you carry and shoot pigs (or whatever you shoot) are you able to off-hand snapshot a 1moa group ? Most likely not. Its confidence inspiring to know that the rifle can perform to a certain level, so it gives you "accuracy to spare" when you need it. Thus after market barrels are the way if you want ultimate accuracy, that and customisation to the exact setup you want.

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              My latest - A Pedersoli "Lightning" 44/40 Delux. Shoots well, and with only few speed rounds I've put through managed to get 10 timed shots on paper in 3.93 secs from 20m



              Hold still varmint, whilst I plugs ya!

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                Clearly not shot at a SSAA range then. Nice work.

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                My Savage pump in 30-30.


              • BlueBikesBlackGuns
                BlueBikesBlackGuns commented
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                OK THIS NEED SERIOUS ATTENTION!!!!! OUR 30 ROUNDERS ARE AT RISK!!!

                They are putting through laws against illegal firearms in SA (widely supported). yet are slipping in one for us LAFO's. Restriction to 10 round DBM's.

                We need to get that item dropped from the legislation ASAP.

                http://shootingaustralia.net/forum/australian-gun-laws/1537-sa-police-news

            • #15
              You can load multiple rounds at some SSAA ranges, you've gotta look around. Rocksberg SSAA in QLD allows fun... and at most ranges if you ask your range control dude if you can function test your mags its normally ok
              Roses are red, mud is brown, Windows up, loud pedal down!

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                Its weird. You can shoot semi auto pistols or revolvers, and sometimes with great haste, but you put a live round in that lever tube, its like setting kittens on fire. I just dont get it.
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