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Kolar eye candy

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by RAScott, Feb 9, 2010.

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  1. RAScott

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    I just recieved my stock back from kolar and was very impressed with the quality of the work that Jeff Mainland did I would definatly recommend them for Custom Stockwork.

    It was a pleasure working with them.

    Bob S
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    Thanks shawn ,I liked the sapwood in the forend and the stock. I think it added some caricature to the wood.

    Bob S
     
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    Bob. You are officially married to your "Twisted Sister". Ain't incest great?

    Let us know how you are getting along with the "intimate details" of the relationship, would you? Like anything "hard" such as lefts or rights, staying into the cheek comb "hug" and especially the repetitive abuse when you are pounded during "discharge"

    I could go on...

    Jack
     
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    The best scores I ever shot was with a Kolar and a custom stock by Jeff Mainland.
     
  6. RAScott

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    Jack, I had to go have a smoke after reading that one LOL.

    Bob S
     
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    Real pretty gun, hope it shoots as well as it looks.
    How many rounds did you shoot during the fitting process?

    Phil Berkowitz
     
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    Bob:

    Very pretty stock and forarm. If for any reason you should decide you don't like it Please, please, please, give me a call, at MarMic gun case co. 877-962-6233. Thanks in advance,
    Mick
     
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    Shot quite a few rounds a the factory. was dead on with the swing centered and nice patter. I have shot it a few times at the range. scores were good and ok. but its been windy and cold, added clothing doesnt help. I am sure with any changes there is a learning curve.

    Gonna try and go patten it latter this week.

    I am hoping top go to the southern grand.

    Bob S
     
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