WTS OR .223 Ruger American

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  1. 4th_point

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    I have a .308 RAR and love it! Just curious if I may... did you bed the stock to the factory free-float barrel, or was it only enough to just stiffen the forearm and still leave it free-float?
     
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    The fore-end is filled, but the biggest benefit comes from bedding just in front of the forward v-block. Bedding captures the end of the receiver and barrel nut, but not the barrel itself. This prevents the fore-end from acting like a lever arm and flexing the stock near the receiver.

    The RAR is a good shooting rifle. Have messed with a few. The floppy fore-end is the only issue. And short mag for the 223.
     
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    i Might be interested in your trade, but there is a cash buyer who wants to see the rifle Monday or Tuesday. If that deal fall through i would quite likly make that trade. My rifle with bases and rings for your rifle bases and rings...
     
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    Sounds good. I'll send a reply to our conversation.
     
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    sorry rifle is gone
     
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