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Blaser F3 For Sale

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by JACK, Feb 28, 2010.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Why the receiver alone? Where would a guy get a bbl and stocks and forend iron? Eh? help us out on this.
     
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    It's amazing when a seller sarcastically replies to the question of a potential buyer. Good luck on the sale!

    Katz
     
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    I'm a lefty and always build a gun from scratch. Not having the iron may pose abit of a problem and I like having the receiver and iron with matching numbers. Bottom line is if I want it, I'll find the parts. Good luck. Dave T.
     
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    Kurt @ Great Lakes Sporting Arms has a couple sets of f3 wood for sale. As far as I can tell, on these guns, the iron is meant to stay with the forend, regardless of which receiver its on, especially given the fact that all the wood @ Great Lakes comes with the iron.

    Check gunbroker, here, or shooterspagetx.com for barrels.

    I don't really know if there's too much money that can be SAVED by building a gun up from this receiver, but you would be able to get the wood, barrel length, and rib you wanted the first time...
     
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