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Old 01-22-2009, 11:45 AM
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A left hand bolt handle for a Swiss K31 rifle.



I got it from a smith in Switzerland, and by the time it was in my hands, it was a $250 part on a $100 rifle.

This was the point I decided that lefties will spend money on anything just because it's left handed. Not that it's stopped me.....

Kevin



I have a Remington 700BDL LH in .270 Got my elk this year with it!!


As far as your Schmidt & Rubin goes that is THE MOST ACCURATE rifle you could ever buy for $100! Mine will shoot better than i can see through the iron sights! I love it and want another!!!!
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Old 01-27-2009, 07:29 PM
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Here's mine

on the left is an APS smithed rem 700, chambered in 7mm Allen Mag (7mm/338 lapua mag imp.) it is a trued and accurized reciver, a 30" lilja 1/9 twist fluted #8, with a QD Holland brake, badger lug and extractor and a badger DBM, it all sets in a richards thumhole varminter, thats pillared and glassed. Up to is a set of ken ferrel 20 moa 2 pc bases with burris ETR's holding a leupold mark 4, 6.5x20x50, M1, TMR. this rifle sends a 160 accubond downrange at 3575 fps, and on an average day will group 5" at 850 yards. I made my farthest shot on a whitetail with it this past season at 1,350 yards.

On the right a ray romain smithed 700 chambered in 6.5 Gibbs, its a level 1 blueprinted reciever, a krieger 8 twist fluted senduro weight barrel finished at 29.5", its pillared and glassed in a joel russo A5-L, has seekins bases and rings securing the leupold 8.5x25x50 M1, TMR. runs a 140 berger out the barrel at 3250 fps (from a 270 win case) and groups will run about 4.5" at 850 yards.

Not much to show for 7K investment but boy are they fun!
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Old 01-28-2009, 05:53 PM
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I'll post another...

I built this rifle in the early 80's to be my "crawl through the brush" brown bear rifle, as i was hunting them a lot back then.

It's a LH 700 Rem., Douglas premium bbl, chambered for the .338-06 cartridge.. It's stocked in european walnut to fit me perfectly...




I've harvested brown bears, moose, Sitka blk tailed deer, caribou and tons of other animals for my freezer with this rifle.

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Old 02-06-2009, 10:31 PM
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Gotta be my lefty recurve bow collection. Have a nice bear takedown and some 1959 kodiaks. And about 75 other ones of all shapes and sizes!
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Old 02-09-2009, 06:56 PM
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Left handed top break Holland and Holland Rook Rifle Royal in 22 L.R.
Shoots excellent.

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A LH muzzleloading rifle. It is a 54 cal flintlock assembled by a master craftsman from a Jim Chambers kit.
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Old 03-23-2009, 08:19 PM
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What about a old Winchester m-52 lefty. Know a left handed shooter that has one. He told me who converted it but I'm forgetful on names. It looks like a factory made gun.
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Old 04-03-2009, 09:08 PM
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Never noticed this forum until now. Here's my most expensive lefty item, a Calfee XP-100 converted to .22LR. Yes, the bolt looks like right-handed, but those XP's are perfect for us lefty shooters...the gun is held in the left hand, while the right hand works the bolt.








I was reading Dean's post, dated 11-7-2008 and saw his missing photo, due to photobucket.

I restored the exact photo that Dean had posted. I also added another photo of the gun.

I plan to restore Dean's missing photos when I read his posts, as best as, I can.

Sadly, Dean passes away at 68 on Dec. 7,2020 from Lymphoma cancer.

He'll be deeply and greatly missed, especially by me.


Marilyn [Dean's Loving Wife]


In the second photo, Dean's holding two Calfee XP 100's. The bottom one is the gun shown above, #8 and and the top one is #33. Calfee always numbers his guns and Dean always called them that. The photo of Dean was taken at our local gun range in Crittenden, KY. I didn't take the photo, but it was taken May 18, 2007.



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Old 01-28-2021, 11:55 PM
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This is a Blacktail Snakebit Recurve bow. New it is $2,495 but snakewood is no longer available for making these bows. It is a lefty.
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Old 01-29-2021, 01:06 AM
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Thing. So it can't be a person.
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What is the most expensive left handed thing you own?
Past tense for $1,000 Alex.
An old car we had in Japan had a driver's seat on the right with a center floor stick shift and cost less than many guns posted here but it was the biggest thing. Wife named it Ben, as in Been used a lot already.
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Old 04-05-2021, 01:00 PM
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Has this already been posted?

Without a doubt, a left handed woman.
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I could claim my Anschutz 1761L or my custom 10mm 1911 or the fully tricked out LH 870 with the ROBAR NP3+ coating ... but one of those Vudoo Apparitions has been whispering about space in the gun safe.
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