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I might be parting with this, so I am trying out some pictures. It is hard to capture the true beauty of this stock. Besides the color and figure, it is also the trimmest SAI stock I have ever seen. Same as USGI.

The rifle also has the tightest fitting TRW oprod I have ever seen leave Geneseo.

Bolt and hammer are also TRW. the trigger housing is 66118. I added a ARMS 18 mount, Sadlak guide rod and an Beretta BM59 800 meter carbine elevation pinion.















 

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If you part with it, say hello to one of your biggest firearm regrets! The thing about iot is you will never come across something like that again! With that said I would like dibs so PM me your asking price or WTS post if you do decide to sell. But as stated above I would discourage the sale.
 

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That is a gorgeous rifle. I think I would find something else to part with.
 

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it's grandfathered in jersey,why get rid of it.you will never be satisfied with another
 

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I never use this. It's pristine. I still have a couple of complete USGI rifles from the same time period to use.

I've let enough nice rifles go as a bargain, this one will be premium. I may end up with after all. RNGR2

Today was overcast, the next time the sun comes out I'll try some more pics.
 

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Just got back from the range, breaking in an unfired 1995 M1A with a Winchester barrel. It put a smile on my face, so I guess I will part with this Bush rifle. It looks like it will be days before we see the sun again, so these pics will have to do. I will be posting in the PX shortly. I have numerous PM's regarding a sale, but I am sure my price will scare everyone off. RNGR2
 

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It's a beauty. but I can't afford this and a divorce. The first thing I'd do would be swap off the stock and wrap it up nice so I could go out and shoot it and not worry about casual dings and scratches.
 
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