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FS MX 10 RS

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by ADB, Mar 16, 2009.

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    34” Unsingle / 32” O/U Barrels Tom Wilkinson choked and back bored all barrels Allem’s Double Release trigger group asking $8500.00

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    Nice gun ADB. Tell me. how did you get the finish so deep on the stock? Is that original? Or additional finish added to the stock?
     
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    MIA,
    Phil Brunkhost of Sioux City IA refinished the stock & forearm. Phil had a MX 10 that that I admired it had the dark wood too. He offered to refinish my gun for his winter project; I accepted his offer and have received lots of complements on the color and finish of the stock. Phil retired from stock refinishing a few years ago.
     
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    Wow! Am I smart or what?

    Good looking gat.

    The rounded edges on the alum butt plate is classy... But I would have to grow about a foot to see over the top of that rib. Heh-heh.

    You know, I am a big fan of Allem releases. I do have experience with those and I find them to be consistent over a long period of shooting and in numerous guns. Precision is another that a guy cannot go wrong on. I hsot my best with a Bowen back in 89 and Doug Huppart des those now. YOu can usually quicken a release up a bit with some really light slippery grease. or some such similar oil.

    ADB... you have been professionally "bumped"
     
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    TTT

    I do have more pic of the gun, just E-mail me and I'll send them
     
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    ttt
     
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