Easy decision, M77 Mk2 SS .243

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Laird Oleson

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Had a CZ550 in .243 for less than a year when this popped up. Nothing wrong with the CZ550, very well made and accurate as... yeah. But who doesn't want a boat paddle? The Hogue stock is really good as well, so that will be doing most of the outside work so the orginal one can stay inside and stay pretty. Was posted for 9000 NOK, which is just over 800 $. Gave them the CZ550 and 4000 NOK (360$) for it, happy about that. Friend of mine donated a pile of brass and a few bullets, and sent me a die set he wasn't using, so I'm gonna finish up the new gun room and start making test loads soon.
 

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" The Hogue stock is really good as well, so that will be doing most of the outside work so the orginal one can stay inside and stay pretty. " o_O
I have a couple of 'boat paddles' around here but still get amused that the utilitarian has become the collectable.
BTW Welcome to the forum.
 
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