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The stock

http://www.wenig.com/jpegs/m1a_scope_stock.jpg

You will have to cut and paste! It's a over size high comb target style.

Troy battle rail.

I have quickely inletted the stock and bolted on the battle rail.

It took about a hour to do.

I picked up two m4 type top rail flip ups sights and a spacer for my aimpoint, all sight co witness. Hight of comb is perfect for all of the above and a acog I am thinking about. Scope should be no problem. You look throw it up to your face and the sights are there. Gross weight about 12 lbs ( scale is down) with sights, aimpoint, light and sling attachments.

I am going to added some bedding, and reduce the stock's forearm down some, it is way over size.


Should I free float the rail off the stock, or use bedding compound to bed the rail to the stock and the adjustment in the barrel band to set tension?

JD
 

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scales working now The bulk parts weigh 11lbs 8 oz , I am going to shoot for 10 3/4 lb finish weight less mag but all other parts in place ie sights and aimpoint in place.

JD
 
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