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here is my "snap together kibler" i finished yesterday. and here is a 3 or 4 shot final group and 40yds the photos do not do it justice, taken with my phone. i did not use aqua fortis. Jims fancy grade maple with LMF nut brown and chambers oil and sealed in my homemade wax. the load was goex old E 28gr. of 3f ,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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here is my "snap together kibler" i finished yesterday. and here is a 3 or 4 shot final group and 40yds the photos do not do it justice, taken with my phone. i did not use aqua fortis. Jims fancy grade maple with LMF nut brown and chambers oil and sealed in my homemade wax. the load was goex old E 28gr. of 3f ,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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I like the term "snap together"! BTW, kids nowadays like the snap-together plastic models of things, whereas back in the early baby-boomer days we had to cement models together using real glue! Kibler rocks!
 

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