We don’t see a lot of early Deluxe’s over here so have not been able to compare many.
I believe that the L57’s in .308 did not have the...
Hi Bernie’s Dad,
It’s an aftermarket pad. The Bofors Steel stamp is visible in pic 6.
Those bases, would they have set screws or be drilled and...
I haven’t lost a hood Bloo, but guilty of looking for a spent case. I’ve seen the puzzled look on my son’s face more than once when looking for a...
Quite possibly o_O
Or maybe taken off and discarded :(
We need to see some photographic evidence of those lefties stonecreek, for medicinal...
Beautiful isn’t she :)
Interesting about the hood, the very early ones that I’ve seen didn’t have the grooves in the front sight ramp for the...
I guess he might have dropped in, just not logged in.
Back on topic :) How good does that fullwood look !!!
He is still around Bloo, as stonecreek said though, hasn’t been here since ‘18
More with a P54 -
And another from the owner of the P46 conversion -
Unfortunately, no I don’t have access to the ammo.
What piqued my interest were a couple of P54’s and P46’s that had been converted to the...
Certainly a unique rifle if indeed a .222 mag. Htown83
A few interesting rifles there douglastwo, L57 one piece fullwood and .222mag ta boot....
Thanks for the critter identification fellas.
Such a diversity of animals on your continent.
What is that critter Hunter25 ?
Hey Bloo, it’s ‘just’ a factory birch stock :D
Some more P54 goodness -
That honey blonde certainly is a sweetheart Bloo.
What did you discover Deano ?
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