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My New Silver Seitz

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Ron Burdick, Dec 19, 2011.

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  1. Ron Burdick

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    Here are a few pictures of my new Silver Seitz. Richie Phillips from "Silver Seitz" put the gun together and Phil Simms of "prosoftrecoil" did the stock. I sent Phil my Harlan Campbell style stock from my K-80 TS and he was able to build this. I did not have to make any adjustments to the stock. I set the rib to its highest setting and ran the first 25 targets with it.

    Thanks for looking.

    Ron Burdick
     
  2. shotgunpeople

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    Beautiful new Christmas present Ron !!!

    Keep on shooting real good.

    Dave in SC
     
  3. Rich219

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    What kind of wood?
     
  4. Setterman

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    Awesome gun with awesome wood. You are gonna love it, and everyone else will be jealous.
     
  5. Ron Burdick

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    Rich219,

    It is English Walnut. I never saw the wood until Saturday. When I started this deal, Phil Simms just told me I would like the piece of wood that he had picked out to go with this black and gold SS.

    Ron Burdick
     
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    handlepuller Well-Known Member

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    Oh wow. That's beautiful!
     
  7. roofcutter1

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    Way to go Ron, that"s a sweet piece, enjoy it!! Don't forget to give me Harlins dates for California. Bob Murray
     
  8. Border Bandit

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    Darn that Richie for sticking you with that hunk of lumber....grin It's beautiful, Ron, congratulations. Hopefully I'll get to see it in the flesh at Elysburg this summer, or if you shoot the Tri-State league at North Carroll on the 8th.

    best...mike
     
  9. puablo

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    Good luck with it Ron, it's a beaut!!! Jeff P.
     
  10. Don Rackley

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    wow!

    Phil can really "see" how nice a stock will emerge from a blank.

    How much do you estimate it reduces recoil?
     
  11. Ron Burdick

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    Don, I hurt my shoulder a few years ago and started shooting a PFS system for a while. This "prosoftrecoil" has less recoil and less movement than that did.

    Ron Burdick
     
  12. Danny B

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    Ron...............beautiful!!!! I hope to see you and the Seitz at the Dollar. run'em..........DannyB
     
  13. alfermann66

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    Nice looking crutch, hope you have enough scratch left for a new pair of shoes. LOL!

    Buz
     
  14. Bernie K

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    Remember Ron that it is not a pry bar to line up two hunks of steel to be welded. All kidding aside it's a thing of beauty. Barney
     
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    Hey Ron,

    Looks like Christmas came a little early in SC this year. So I gotta' ask is the K-80 now homeless??

    Merry Christmas
    Dave
     
  16. rennerize

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    Hey Ron when can we shoot together with our "NEW" SS?? Do you remember MINE???
    Don
     
  17. Ron Burdick

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    daddiooo, I kept enough parts from the K-80 so that I still have a doubles gun.


    rennerize, If you had sold me back my "OLD" SS I wouldn't have had to build this one.

    Ron Burdick
     
  18. kingbilly

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    ron that really looks good. i will have to try it out when i get down to the dollar. remeber to put my name on top of the list when you sell it. bill
     
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    Ron, it's a beautiful gun...Merry Christmas early! If you ever hear that SS starts making lapel pins, please let me know as I am hopeful to add one to my collection of pins. Have a great Holiday! See you in Cicero. Just think WNY is going to have a "green" Christmas!!

    Jo Ann
     
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