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Old 02-10-2018, 08:11 PM
GrampawEd GrampawEd is offline
 
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Hey Broom. I sold a M12 on here for $700. It had sights and the most beautiful stock of any of the 28 in the club we belong to. Someone may get tired of wagging that beast around and you can grab it.
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Old 02-10-2018, 10:22 PM
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Hey Broom. I sold a M12 on here for $700. It had sights and the most beautiful stock of any of the 28 in the club we belong to. Someone may get tired of wagging that beast around and you can grab it.
Hi GrampawEd,

Thanks for the reply! I might just wind up with one soon. I'm a grand pop too!
Sooner or later the bigger caliber rifles will no longer be fun to shoot!

Be well & ENJOY!
broom
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Old 02-16-2018, 05:31 PM
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Hi strangms,

The H&R stock was listed in the Numrick gun parts catalog I have, think it's only two years old!

Thanks for the reply,
broom
Stocks for the m12 have been bye bye for some years now.
If you're willing to wait I think gunstock will cut you one but a bit pricey and the wait is usually 6 months or so.
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Old 02-16-2018, 05:52 PM
broomhandle broomhandle is offline
 
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Hi Hiller,

Your correct! Sorry for the bad lead fellow posters! A call to Numrick today was my wake up call!
I was browsing the Numrick catalog in case I bought the M-12 rifle! It's missing some small parts!

If you have been following this thread you know I was offered one by a member of my club, after he saw me shooting my two Mossburg's.
A 144LS I have had for 55 years & a nice orginal 44US I bought about six months ago.

I fired a few rounds from the rifle I discovered I "needed" one!
That trigger was Sooo much better then my both my Mossburgs!

I discovered even with the missing parts & non original stock finish, it was still a good deal! It's in the safe as I type! Just down loaded the manual for it from Rimfire central!
I need a Redfield inserts ,hand stop, sight bases, sling swivels & a few other items!

Thanking all of you for your interest ,
broom
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Old 02-16-2018, 10:26 PM
strangms strangms is offline
 
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Broom, glad you were able to get it.
Make a list of what you need and post it here and maybe someone can help.

Are the sight bases you need for a Unertl or Lyman?

How about a picture?

strangms
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Old 02-17-2018, 11:42 AM
broomhandle broomhandle is offline
 
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Hi strangms.

I'm a computer cave man Have no idea on how to send pictures.

I don't know the difference between the two mounts. The mount has a dove tail & a cut out right side like a Ruger #1 scope mount. Does that help?

I don't know if I will ever buy a proper scope for it. Shot it a bit this morning love the trigger! Quickly discovered,do to the tight match chamber about 6-7 rounds would not chamber correctly. Accuracy was just fine & will improve as I shoot it more. -More later-

Thanks for the reply,
broom
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Old 02-18-2018, 11:23 AM
strangms strangms is offline
 
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broomhandle,
Here are some pictures of the scope blocks that came on mine.
The one that looks silver would not fit on the scope, a Lyman Super target spot, it was too wide.
I order some more blocks form Buffalo Arms, it's the one in the second picture. Steve Earl also make the scope blocks. I have brought from both with no problems.

I believe the rifle came with a front sling swivel and not a hand stop, I posted a WTB ad here and got one that way. I think any hand stop should work. The front sling that I got will fit into my Anschutz rail on my 54, but not on the Winchester D that I have.

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http://www.steveearleproducts.com

https://www.buffaloarms.com





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Old 02-18-2018, 12:18 PM
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A big +1 for Steve Earle. Have no experience with Buffalo Arms, but I will be checking them out.
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Old 02-18-2018, 01:27 PM
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They are excellent shooters.

I was running the Alaska NG Marksmanship unit and bought (or the state did) about 50 of them to issue the units.

I was so impressed with their accuracy I bought the civilian version, M 5200. The difference is the glossy finish on the 5200's.


They shot every bit as good as the State's Win. 52s and Remington 40x. I put a Remington 24X scope on mine as well as using the Redfield Sights.

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Old 02-18-2018, 02:14 PM
strangms strangms is offline
 
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At the moment I have a Weaver T-36 on mine.

I got some of the CMP Eley ammo that I hope to try in it as soon as it's gets a little warmer and stops raining!!

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