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post #21 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-12-2017, 11:27 AM
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Had it out today with it's new stockset.

Man it looks SO GOOD with that BC stockset and "nickel" receiver. Gonna have to get a rifle receiver for it though (see my "Dang 357 loads too hot" thread). If fate has it that i find a matte blue receiver, it will get Cerakoted that color. If i dont splurge and have Bobby over at Tyler gunworks case it and do fire blue pins. Hey, it's my unicorn, right? I can spoil it. Right?

Looks good! I do have to agree that the full length forend is a little long for my tase, but a person has to work with what's available. Here is a pic of my Buffalo Carbine with my 357 max Trapper barrel.
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Dan - Handi's - 157 22 Hornet Mannlicher Stock, 157 30-30 Mannlicher stock, 45LC Buffalo Classic Carbine with 22K-Hornet and .357 Max Talo barrels, 45-70 Buffalo Classic, 204 Ruger Ultra with Fluted Barrel, 223, 12 Gauge Topper Deluxe Classic, 20 gauge TDC, 20 Gauge Topper Junior Classic, Pardner .410 Youth, 17HMR Sportster, .357 Mag Handi...
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Looks nice! I really prefer the longer forend on these guns as opposed to the short ones. I even put the long forend on my 45 CC. Even my 20 gauge pardner wears the full length forend and Buffalo classic stock, albeit fitted with a recoil pad.

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