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OT-custom left hand Browning .243

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by zucksrq, Mar 21, 2010.

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  1. zucksrq

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    Browning Safarri Grade .243, heavy barrel glass bedded into a, Custom left handed French Walnut stock made by Herters in the late 1970's
    Mounted on Leupold rings and base is a 16X Leupold fixed target scope.
    Rifle has a medium Sako action. Other pictures are available. $1500. plus shipping.
     
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    Browning Safarri Grade .243, Custom left handed French Walnut stock made by Herters in the late 1970's
    Mounted on Leupold rings and base is a 16X Leupold fixed target scope.
    Rifle has a medium Sako action. Other pictures are available. $1500. plus shipping.
     
  3. claybrdr

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    Nice gun and a great varmint scope.
     
  4. zucksrq

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    and the stock is one of a kind, beautiful. Just not using it here in florida. Its a woodchuck eraser!
     
  5. zucksrq

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    one more time, guess there are no lefties that shoot chucks!
     
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    Very pretty gun ; obviously a "custom" job to create the LEFT-handed stock.

    HOWEVER -- it is of no interest to a dedicated LEFT-hander, due to the fact that the rifle still has a RIGHT-handed action. I am left-handed, myself - and would never give a rifle so much as a second glance, unless the bolt were on the OTHER side of the action.

    Just this "lefty's" opinion..........
     
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    Most chuck shooting that this gun was used for only required single shots. I never found it a problem.
    Barry
     
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    I am right handed but shoot left-handed due to eye dominance....Considering this fact I like the bolt being on the right side...I can actually cycle the rounds faster because I am right handed....Unfortunately I can't afford it right now otherwise I would make an offer...BTW...The .243 is one of the most versatile flattest, shooting lowest recoiling rounds you can own! I have personally taken an antelope at 300 yards on the run with that round!
     
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    It is a sweet rifle, thanks for looking.

    bz
     
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