my new LOSOK rifle...

my new LOSOK rifle...

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    my new LOSOK rifle...

    My new LOSOK is enroute!!
    I'm as giddy as a schoolgirl!


    Yugo action(fully trued and accurized as needed)
    7MM new carbine military barrel
    Boyds target vamiter stock(pepper/oil finish)
    Bold adjustable trigger
    Bent bolt with low scope safety
    Redfield base/rings
    3-9 x 40mm Mueller w/illuminated dot reticle
    sling swivel studs installed

    ....pretty sweet for just under 7bills huh??
    :wink:

    Mark sent me a nice picture of the rifle and the test target but I'm not sure how to post them.

    I intend to use the rifle mainly for deer hunting and a nice soft kicking rifle for me and my better half to shoot at the range.

    I can't recommend LOSOK enough for his excellent service.
    He offers some of the best values in custom rifles to be found.
    A gunsmith for the working man indeed.

    Keep everyone posted how she feels.
    I intend to kill alot of deer with this gun!
    "A man can never have too much red wine, too many books, or too much ammunition."
    -- Rudyard Kipling

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    Sounds great Man!!! I'm not surprised that you are very happy with Mark's work. About pictures, upload them to photobucket.com then copy the IMG links, and post it in a new reply. If ya need anymore help, pm me. I was new at that once too.


    dom
    "A rifle is like a human. The stock is the skeleton, the scope is the eyes, the action is the brain, and the barrel is the heart.
    But you, the man behind the rifle, you are the soul."

    -"Practice is a worn out snap-cap." -Yours truly

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    PM me and I'll give you my email address, I'll upload the picture(s) to my website for you.

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    Hit the "Img" button at the top, enter url (you'll need photobucket or some similar service), hit the same button wich should say "Img*" after the first push, type comments ("LOOKIE LOOKIE LOOKIE!!!" or what ever you feel neccessary), repeat as needed, and finally push "submit" or "preview" if you want to make sure it works. Plenty simple, and once you notice the codes you won't even need the buttons. NOTE: "URL" can also be used in place of "Img", but "Img" will post the picture right on the board and the other will post a link.

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    THANKS!
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    Awesome carbine...You've got yourself a pretty close to "do everything" rifle there...and custom accurate too!



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    Great looking rifle? But I have one question. Why did you decide to have a sporter barrel? Weight? Sorry, but I'm curious.


    dom
    "A rifle is like a human. The stock is the skeleton, the scope is the eyes, the action is the brain, and the barrel is the heart.
    But you, the man behind the rifle, you are the soul."

    -"Practice is a worn out snap-cap." -Yours truly

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    Very nice stick! I'm saving for a LOSOK rifle in 7mm Mauser...one of these days.
    Don't Squat with your Spurs On!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hypno02
    Great looking rifle? But I have one question. Why did you decide to have a sporter barrel? Weight? Sorry, but I'm curious.


    dom
    Mark found a good deal on these new barrels. That was a big part in keeping the price down. An extra bonus is the light weight and easy handling. I think it's going to be a great midwest whitetail rifle!
    "A man can never have too much red wine, too many books, or too much ammunition."
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