Rimrock

A silk purse

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I started out with a old-maid ugly Savage 93R17GV. First I shimmed the trigger, then figured it was dangerous, so I installed a RifleBasix. Then BuzzrdFeedr pointed me toward the Boyd Tuumbhole stock. This is before and after. It may not improve the accuracy but it looks better. I have about as much invested in this as a new 93R17BV costs but that's OK. This one is a shooter.post-3-1321044760.jpg post-3-1321044767.jpg

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I have the same 17 HMR with the Rifle Basix trigger ,What a difference , the Rifle Basix trigger brakes at 23 oz,and the rifle shoots consistent 3/8 " groups at 100 yds with CCI hollow points.It has become one of my favorite small game guns. :rolleyes:

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What a difference a stock makes! :lol: You wouldn't recognize the gun from the two pictures. I sure like my RifleBasix trigger in mine. I like that stock, Rod. :lol:

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Indeed, a nice stock! I like it alot. Im still waiting to pick up my savage, it's in black synthetic. But, i'll probably upgrade it to something more exotic sometime down the road.

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Hey Rod long time no hear from. I see you jumped on that special deal. You got to watch out for me I can help you spend $ in lots of different ways. Looks great, how do you like the feel of the thumbhole?

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Hey Rod long time no hear from. I see you jumped on that special deal. You got to watch out for me I can help you spend $ in lots of different ways. Looks great, how do you like the feel of the thumbhole?
Dale, I like the feel of the thumbhole. I haven't shot it yet but I am going to the mountains for a couple of days and may get to do some shooting.Yeah, my wife has told me that I can't afford to see you too often. :lol:

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