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    It's all about basic black:

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    If it was good enough for Audie Murphy....good enough for me!
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    i'm so tactical it hurts.

    i'm calculating my ninja-tude at about level 9: surefire foreend (+4), trijicon tripower (+3), vertical foregrip (+1), buis flip up rear sight (+1 and not pictured).

    i rule!


    edit - i completely forgot another two points! one for the tactical oakley shades that let me scan covertly, plus another point for being tactically large. yes, being fat can be considered 'tactical', since we have more mass for our bodies to consume than you skinny peeps do. trust me, when the SHTF it'll take us a good month before we start to look like we've missed a meal.

    hehehe....
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    Simple: Customized Marlin 336CS.
    Trigger-Action job so it's supper slick... chopped down to 16 inches... Accurized... holds 5+1 of good old fashioned .30-30 and it can place each one precisely where I want it. It's my CAR-30-30. Cowboy Assault Rifle.


    CombatEffective - Very nice. I'm going to be ordering some black synthetics myself... what kind are those and where did you get them?

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    Uh, Betty... when did you grow horns?

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Hill
    It's my CAR-30-30. Cowboy Assault Rifle.
    Dang, you are the second one that's posted a "tricked out" 30-30. You guys are really making me wish I had not sold mine a couple of months back....
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    Uh, Betty... when did you grow horns?
    It happens every once in a while.
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    Mr. Hill,

    Thank you for the kind words about my rifle, which has been dubbed on several forums as the Redneck Tactical 336. The stocks are Ramline synthetics. I really like them. They are lighter, and the the forend is thinner than the stock wood. The only issues with them is that they will allow the heat of the barrel to transfer through them when doing a good bit of sustained fire.

    I'd like to take on the Spikehorn models and play with it a bit. An 1894 in .357/.38 to match my S&W 13 would be a nice combination as well. There is some .357mag ammo that will match .30-30 out to 50 yards.

    I know the 336 isn't a replacement for a AR or anything, but it should be able to handle any mess I could get myself into, hopefully.
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    I looked at the Spikehorn, and it's a dandy rifle. My only problem with is the short youth length stock. It can put the bolt right into my eye socket. But if you are planning on swapping stocks right off the bat then that is the way to go. Saves you some bucks from having a G-Smith cut down the barrel.
    Getting an 1894 has been a huge temptation for me too. But I think I'd want to get one in .44 Magnum.
    Did you see the magazine article about the one in .50AE? That is a light and handy howitzer right there.
    I'm thinking about getting the Ramlines myself. The green on my stocks were because they had some damage to the finish and I was really bored. I'll be taking it all black as soon as I can.

    One thing I forgot to mention... I have the 1 piece firing pin kit installed. It really slicks it up and lightens the trigger pull. I had a trigger job done and then the 1 piece pin.... now my trigger is almost too light. It is a very crisp 2 pounds. And with a target crown done after the chop, this all makes for a super accurate little rifle.


    Betty... Now that was funny.

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    Where'd you get the one piece firing pin?
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    My gunsmith ordered it and put it in for me while I was having the barrel chopped.
    I think he ordered it from Brownells, but I'm not sure. Could have been Gun Parts.

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    oooooooo, phils got some pretty impressive ninja-tude!
    hehehe.....

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    Those 10-22 kits are a lot of fun.
    I wish the Mossberg kits were better though...

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