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Stripper guide for the Stevens 200 pseudo-Scout I'm building.

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by JesseL, Feb 1, 2012.

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  1. JesseL

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    Now I need to get some stripper clips and see if it works :eek:

    If it works, I'll duplicate it in steel. I'm not sure how much I can trust those little aluminum nubs, but cutting aluminum is so much less hassle for a prototype.
     
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    Good job! Does the rear ring extend far enough forward so if a guide were milled into it, it would work?

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    m-14 mags?
     
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    Thanks! I don't think it could be milled into the rear ring and still line up with the back edge of the magazine. I could move the magazine back a smidge, but I think it might start running into the rear action pillar.
     
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    Yep, but fixed and non-removable in this case. That's why I wanted to have the ability to use strippers.
     
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