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Jaegermeister

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These photos are a few years old.
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Jaegermeister

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Thanks. In the first photo it had a darker stain on the stock and the lock and barrel were browned. The two other photos show how it looks now except I filed the vertical lines off the lock plate and rounded the edges. I stripped off the old stain and used something like aqua fortis on it. It brings out the stripes.
 

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It's a .62. I built it from a TOTW kit. I'm one of those folks that can turn a $800 kit into a $500 gun.
 

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Good look, both you and your weapon. You certainly can't complain about how it shoots - that is, was it the gun or you that did the great shooting shown in the target pic? After all, we want to give credit where it is due!
 

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I don't consider myself too great of a shot and that target was only hanging 30 yards away and I was shooting from the bench :redface: . I have coned the barrel and quit cutting patches at the muzzle and started using square ones and I only use one push of the priming horn in the pan now and I think my groups are a bit better. I'm sure the rifle shoots better than me. I need to get out to the range more often!
 

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Jaegermeister said:
It's a .62. I built it from a TOTW kit. I'm one of those folks that can turn a $800 kit into a $500 gun.

wull heck, i'll give ya $500 fer that!! :wink:

btw, that is one very nice jaeger..
 
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