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I have a Handi Heavy barrel in .204 that I might give to my wife since she wants to shoot whistle pigs. I was thinking of buying the Fluted Ultra in .204 for myself. I haven't got to personally handle one and was wondering how rigid the forend is and if it is hard to shoot because of the light skeletonized stock with that 24in barrel hanging out front? I have a friend with a synthetic Handi in .243 and the forend flexes terribly and not very strong. I am hoping the ultra fluted forend is much stronger and rigid. Any info on this rifle would be of help to me
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I held one today, it felt very sturdy and comfortable.
 

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I have a 223 Fluted and a 204 will be in Friday. The forends are very rigid, I love the stocks, have added them to my bull barrel 22-250 and Survivor 308... :)
 
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