Badger Ordnance M2008 action now available

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    Badger Ordnance M2008 action now available

    For those interested you can see and read a little here
    http://www.snipershide.com/forum/ubbthr ... w=1#UNREAD

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    hey

    Thanks robo,

    that seems pretty interesting.


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    wow that is a cool action, not too bad of a price for this type of action, coupled with a McGowen barrel, that might be a FUN build. anyone know what stock that will fit into??? didnt read it any where

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    Wow by appearances that thing is built like a tank! Can't wait to see how they preform.
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    badger states that the action can fit any standard remington 700 stock (their site states that they already have stocks in the works with mcmillan and manners for straight purchase), but from what i've seen, these are not your old dremel modifications... heavy stock work needs to be done in order to make it fit flush and comfortably, and from what i've heard the rear tang can cause some problems during modification...

    take for example an AICS, most people will have to have that modified by a smith with a good mill... needless to say i think its worth it, i can't afford a full blown out AI AWM, so i think i'll go this route as they look just as tough and have the same features if not more to boot, and comparably at a lot lower cost if the price point sticks...

    pending reviews of its shooting capability, if it can keep .5 - 1 moa like the AI AWM can which i can guess highly that it will, i'll be going that route
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    Looks very tough, I'm guessing you're going to be seeing a lot of these out and about. Looks like AI has some competition . . .

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    completion is always good, if competition works like it's supposed to then price should come down some, and the parts should get better.
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    Looks like an AI, only...not
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joeray777
    If you read the entire post on snipershide, it is pointed out that there may be problems with building off this action. The poster ("Anchor Station") said he made a call to Patriot arms and would second guess building off this action. He would not give details, but suggested calling patriot to find out why...
    There was a big assumption made there, and it was wrong. Apparently Anchor Station had reserved an action that was at Patriot and could no longer use it, so he was letting folks know that it would be available to someone else.

    Please double-check this kind of stuff before posting it. You made a lot of assumptions and a big stretch in your post to insinuate something negative and it was wrong.

    CHECK AND DOUBLE-CHECK INFORMATION BEFORE POSTING, FOLKS.

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