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    A7 Stock fixed

    $75 on carbon fibre cloth, epoxy resin and new swivel stud and 2hrs labour my shitty A7 stock is fixed. beats waiting for beretta to fix it or not. i would have done it to a new one anyway!
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    it looks bit rough but the Tahr wont mind.
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    Nasty!

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    where did you get the carbon fibre cloth ?
    Viva la Howa ! R.I.P. Toby
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    You could tidy that up a bit but functional
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    Hehe... I probably wouldn't have put cloth on the outside, but at least you have a working rifle for the roar!
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    Im going to get a senator S1 tac stock made for it during calving when im not using it so it just needs to be functional. I just wanted to have a go. i might try bedding it. I will wait for the senator incase i fuck it up
    Carbon fibre and epoxy from nz fibreglass.

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    Top job. One thing you can guarantee is that they will never admit any thing. It is amazing their egos fit on planet earth.

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    Funny thing my mate brought a T3 and i was amazed how stiff it was after everyone bags them. Goes to show how shit the A7s is. Dont care how it looks was only going for strength and it def needed something on the outside. no use trying to polish a turd eh. The forend is real stiff now but the rest of it is still shit
    Dont be too hard on them TeRei. We all have different standards thanks for your post

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    the a7 stock is flimsy but so is my winchester the rest is all good as with the a7,and it still has a ferrai engine under the bonnet ,have a giggle username at how you were when you whacked your first set of cups on......................diff now i bet!

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    milkin in the 12 a/s with dad reaching above my head to put them on. I never had that awkward start but i have seen dozens do it fucken funny. Your right we all gotta start somewhere.

 

 

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