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BEST PLACE TO BUY A BLASER?

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by BeerKing, Jan 25, 2010.

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  1. BeerKing

    BeerKing Active Member

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    WHERE IN THE MIDWEST, IOWA IN PARTICULAR CAN A PERSON LOOK AT BLASERS? AND DO YOU KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THEM HAVING WHAT I CALL A "HARLAN CAMPBELL STYLE STOCK"/
     
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    Try Marco polo Outfitters in the St. Louis area (Chesterfield). They have a website: Google Marco Polo Outfitters. Bud Wood
     
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    Where are you in Iowa?Send me an email if you would.
     
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    I bought mine from Bob Schultz Targetshotguns, also an advertiser here. I just received it last week. Bob and his crew gave me a fair price and done everything they said they would. They are in No Carolina.
     
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    Dawson Enterprises
    Sport Shooting Supplies
    7191 Nave S.W.
    Massillon, OH 44646
    Ph (330) 833-0014
    Fax (330) 833-0006
    E-mail dawsonent@aol.com

    Kim or Pat great people to deal with.
     
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    Try Guns Unlimited in Omaha, Nebraska. 402-339-0771. Ask for Tom Crosbie.
    Neil Swenson
     
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    I seond to what Crossman says, while you are at it, have Pat measure you up for a Stock Lock stock, you will be glad you did! incinerate em!
     
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    Beercan you don't need another damn gun!!! I can't keep up with you as it is
     
  9. BeerKing

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    Yeh right Trench, you and the 2 big guys are as good as it gets when you shoot often. Actually this post is for a new shooting friend. His name is Shrek and helps "Bucket Head" on the weekends. I hear that the stock on the Blaser is like a Wenig. I don't know if that is all of the answer but since "Big Daddy" got the K80 and the Harlan stock he is damn tough to beat.
     
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    What is the Harland Cambell style stock?
     
  11. BeerKing

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    Harlan's stock made by Wenig, I am sure a lot of other shooters have used stocks like this but knowing Harlan personally and seeing the stock I just call it a "Harlan Style Stock" Lots of wood, keeps your head up, you can't raise your head. Blaser says they have that style of stock. I have watched other shooters obtain that style stock and their scores have improved.
     
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    Bob Schultz is a good guy and a straight shooter.

    Charlie
     
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