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Old 12-07-2009, 09:39 PM
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I think the BB (after the ural), will make an interesting winter project



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this year. I have an unfired one that will undergo a "makeover."
Any suggestions from users as to what they would like theirs to look like. Since these are radical looking rifles anyway, what functions are missing?

I am looking for outside ideas because I do not a basis of use to draw from.

Pile it high.

More to come,

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Old 12-07-2009, 10:26 PM
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Biathlon Rifles I'd Like To See

These are some BI 7-2KOs I'd like to see.
Replica SV-99 ... Project In-Progress by us_dragunov


My new 7-2 ko carbine with walnut stock.


Sobol Varient with walnut stock.


Biathlon 7-3 Kadet (Биатлон 7-3 "Кадет" with walnut stock.)


Blended RAA Sobol and Biathlon 7-4 with walnut stock.
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Should be a cool project for ya. Make sure that you keep a good picture album of them.

And are you using a newer rifle? Or are you just using a new stock? And if so where did you get the stock?
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Rifle acquired June 09

Will rework the stock, using the parts I need.

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Old 12-08-2009, 11:09 PM
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How about a thin skeletonized off hand stock in Urban Camo, a nice high cheek piece for shooting from sitting.......blended but angular (spelling)....something for survival in the arctic and can be used for all positions

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Old 12-09-2009, 10:29 PM
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Drop a BB in a Boyds uninlet stock.
http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/JRS-UN...-p/300-012.htm
Maybe I should have a hunting stock for my CM-2 Cadet ??
I do like the price of an uninlet stock from Boyd's = $54.00 + shipping

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Sobol Varient

I like this variation of a Sobol rifle.
In a nicer grade of walnut and with some modification of the profile for a smoother more integrated appearance.

This would be a very unique rifle.
As is ... it is very unusual.
And, from appearances ... functional.
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This variation seems to call

my name. I drew this last year. Still like it.



These BB rifles have unusual lines. Hard for me to look at and see anything but a blocky "business" subject. Who knows, perhaps a year in the making like the current Ural.

more to come,

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Homemade BI-7-2 Stock ... Similiar to SV-99

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These BB rifles have unusual lines.
Hard for me to look at and see anything but a blocky "business" subject....
Talking about blocky....
BI-7-2KO with owner stock conversion similar in appearance to an SV-99.
This general shape has a lot of potential.





I happen to like the blocky, no-nonsense, purposeful look.
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"So what do you think of a stock like this."

So what do you think of a stock like this.
Legion Sobol



How about a slimmed-down, full-mannlicher version of the Legion Sobol ...
with the flat surfaces, sharp edges and corners rounded-off.
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Multi-Purpose Rifle

Would you be interested in a Multi-Purpose rifle?

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After I read the thread: Multi-purpose rifle?
Have I Got a Rifle For You ... BI-7-2KO
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and came across this heavily customized BI-7-2KO.
A very unusual universal style rifle stock.
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BI-7-2KO RU Talks SlavikTs

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This variation seems to call my name.
I drew this last year. Still like it... ret
Does this look similar?
BI-7-2KO RU Talks SlavikTs

I really like this stock - aom22.
Note that the action is a BI-7-3 (RU designation is BI-7-2KO).
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So what do you think of a stock like this.
Legion Sobol



How about a slimmed-down, full-mannlicher version of the Legion Sobol ...
with the flat surfaces, sharp edges and corners rounded-off.
Is this stock available for a Bia basic -Would like to put mine in a stock just like the one you show. What would it cost and where would I order one. Mudd turtle.
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I want this stock for my BB. Where can I get it and what will it cost? Mudd turtle.
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TGI ... Previously Carried Firearms

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I want this stock for my BB. Where can I get it and what will it cost? Mudd turtle.
The rifle is no-longer available from TGI.

Up-Date ... Third Sobol
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So, if you want a Legion Sobol, now is probably the last chance you
_will be able to buy one at a very reasonable price.
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