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    Default Bench Rest Rifle Build

    Had an old Mauser action so I set out to build me a 6BR caliber rifle for bench rest. Here are some pics of the rifle and me messin around the shop workin on it...

    Its got an Obendorf action - and a Tubbs barrel. I got the stock from Richards Micro-fit semi inlet.

    First I finished the stock
    Trued and chambered barrel
    Blue printed action
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    That's a work of art.

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    I LIKE IT. i HAVE A SOFT SPOT FOR CUSTOM MAUSERS. HOWS IT SHOOT? IM COLLECTING PARTS FOR A 6MM-284 MAUSER BUILD BTW.

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    SWEET I love my Mausers too. I've got some stock ones that shoot incredible even after going through a couple wars. By far the Mauser actions are an awsome starting point for a build. I'll bet that's why half of the modern guns are based on that action style, it's hard to improve on perfection. All of mine are stock or hunting guns. That is a real beauty for sure you did an outstanding job on it. Lets see some pics after you got the scope on it.

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    I love my Mauser. Here's the link to it.

    http://www.gunco.net/forums/f108/hole-punch-43982/
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