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Commercial FN 98 Action F/S

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Old Texas Marine, May 8, 2009.

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  1. Old Texas Marine

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    Rogerd,

    Who was the manufacturer? Are the safeties original or after market? Case head diameter?

    HBT
     
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    The '98 type action is the ACME of bolt action rifles.
     
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    Is that price for both actions? If not then this one must be a terrific bargain. http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.asp?Item=128512752
     
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    The money on this is about right.. I'm sure a reasonable offer would make it very right.. You want to be sure the rails are not twisted from someone not knowing how to unbarrel a rifle.. Those you can usually find at bargain prices..
     
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    RogerD

    There is supposed to be a spacer for the rear gaurd screw on the FN 98 action with the sear and trigger pictured, do you have them? Without the propper spacing the trigger can become a problem.

    One of my favorite actions, and maybe the best trigger systems ever!

    Al Lingham
     
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