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I'm a proud father of a new baby girl.

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Pinned&Recessed, Mar 23, 2005.

  1. Pinned&Recessed

    Pinned&Recessed Member

    Jan 1, 2003
    Hicks Airfield, TX
    Just brought her home last night. Her name is Judy and she weighs 11.25 pounds when she's full.


    Actually my new rifle came in and I'm stoked.

    LRB Arms M1A: Drop forged receiver. Machined, heat treated and finished to USGI specs. Wilson Chrome-lined NM-quality GI-contour barrel. Mine was built with 100% H&R parts (except the barrel). Even the rear sight is H&R. LRB said they like to keep the same maker in a rifle, so if they happen to use a Winchester oprod, they will try and fit a Winchester bolt and other parts, but they usually end up with a hodgepodge. He was suprised they had enough parts from a single maker for my rifle and I am glad I got a "thoroughbred". :lol: Each one is handbuilt, these are near custom rifles and the customer service is great.

    Guaranteed 2.5 MOA, but anecdotal evidence seems to indicate that these are more like 2 to 1.5 MOA BEFORE accurization in USGI trim. About the same price as a Fulton, but I think I got a better rifle.

    USGI stock with cartouche is what it rides in. I'm going to fill the selector holes with a Sparrowhawk dummy selector. It's better than the Fulton "selector" as it uses a demilled connecting arm to REALLY complete the look.

    Enough of me blabbing. Pics:



    Stock with cartouche:



  2. El Tejon

    El Tejon Elder

    Dec 24, 2002
    Lafayette, Indiana-the Ned Flanders neighbor to Il
    Nice weapon, P&R. Let us know how it shoots. :)
  3. jefnvk

    jefnvk Senior Member

    Jun 3, 2004
    The Copper Country, Michigan
    Quit showing me pictures of M1A's :banghead: I'm not rich enough.

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