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Bad Fugu

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Feb 12, 2003
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Geee, that is AWESOME piece of work !!! Is that a Kitto ?
What's ur effective range on this piece of sweet looking hardware..?:p :p
Thats truely an exquisite piece of woodwork, but after shooting euro guns for a while, gotta ask, how in the world do you swing it to track a fish? Is there a special bracket for a bow thruster?:D
Nice rifle, BTW
OOOOOOHH! I likes whats I sees! Weapons, weapons and more weapons. It's like being a kid in a toy store. The first gun, are there two holes for bands? If so, what is the rationale behind it? Who made these?

Brad :martial
The guns are off of Alexander plans, with a Kitto type Delrin enclosed track. The trigger, handle, etc.. are all Alexander.
One band slot. The stocks are laminated Burmese Teak, using West System Epoxy. The Delrin rod and trigger mechanism are also bedded in with epoxy.
They're finished with three coats of West System special coatings epoxy, rubbed out between coats, and then six coats of Epifanes gloss spar varnish, also rubbed out between coats. The last coat is then rubbed out with 0000 steel wool and Mother's car wax.

I'm getting a slip tip this weekend, and I'll be ready for the rain to stop.:confused:

Oh - I made them myself...:D
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It's a pretty piece of wood , but again ; just how do you track with it ? :confused:
Hell , and I used to moan about tracking with two bands on my railgun ...:hmm
I don't about tracking on this long size even for a mid-handle. But at 124cm my #2 rear handle Riffe does not track as sweet as my false mid handle MT3 at 127cm with all the high resistance wings and so on. Mid handle design does have a clear tracking advantage even if the gun is heavy, over rear handle guns.....trust me.:D Of course test it in water.....;)
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