Either a 338 Ultra Mag... or a Nifty Paperweight Part 1

  I like building firearms with hand tools and fixtures. I can be careful and precise in setting dimensions and fit and the end result isn’t a rifle sitting on top of a big time invoices from an outsourced gunsmith’s machining efforts. And when that rifle is together and can’t...

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