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I really understand each gun has its own likes and dislikes when it comes to ammo. I have 10 different loads stockpiled (20 bxs or more each)as we speak with some SK I have never tried arriving via UPS today.

What I wanted was personal performance experience with this model. Groups and which ammo would be great but, as we have said, another might not perform the same. I will take the info....... As to triggers I use almost all replacements either worked by gunsmiths or KIDD single stage at 1.5 lbs and frankly that trigger is still too heave for my likes.

I am just looking for other folks experience.......

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Like you, I'm much better at buying guns and gun accessories that I am at selling them

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A square 10, love the stock on the Ruger, and that Nylon 66 (?) is sharp as well!
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I also noticed the Nylon 66 - a classic.

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BulletBait:

I really understand each gun has its own likes and dislikes when it comes to ammo. I have 10 different loads stockpiled (20 bxs or more each)as we speak with some SK I have never tried arriving via UPS today.

What I wanted was personal performance experience with this model. Groups and which ammo would be great but, as we have said, another might not perform the same. I will take the info....... As to triggers I use almost all replacements either worked by gunsmiths or KIDD single stage at 1.5 lbs and frankly that trigger is still too heave for my likes.

I am just looking for other folks experience.......

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Single shot shooters only need to shoot once.

Bruce A. Hering
Program Coordinator/Lead Instructor
Shotgun Team Coach
Southeastern Illinois College
SCTP Collegiate Coaches Chairman
NSCA Level III




I've always loved the Mannichliers,
Missed out years ago in vivian Louisiana,
At a wal mart store.
They had the grey laminated stocks.
My buddy , he bought one . 140 dollars ???
He still has it.
So, long story short.
A few months ago i bought a Mannichlier stock from a member on here.
Robbed a barrel and action from one of my carbines.
Sent it all off to Randy for a full tune up.
Mounted up a Luepold 2x7 scope,
( looks and fits great)
With blazers, she'll do 1/2 @ 50.
I just love the bloody little thing.
Very happy it shoots very well.
Thank you cpc.
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Old 06-12-2017, 01:18 AM
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I don't have a mannlicher, yet, but I would recommend the Kidd trigger kit and spring set. For around $100 you will have a beautiful trigger pull as low as 1 3/4 lbs. Keep your old parts in a bag marked for this serial number so you can return it to original if you ever want to.

I just completed the installation of 2 of these trigger kits - one in an alloy housing and one in a plastic housing. Kidd says the kit is for the plastic housing (because of machining tolerances), but it actually worked better in my metal housing than it did in the plastic one (the trigger return plunger/spring is so crooked in the plastic housing that it looks like it could possibly fall out sometime - I have a change upcoming for that!). The kit/pull just feels more 'solid' in the metal housing than it does in the plastic, a nice break and adjusted to 1 3/4 lbs. My 37 year old son just looked at me and smiled when he pulled the trigger for the first time.

And, as Buckweet says, Randy/CPC can make your gun shoot and function the way you want it to. Can't go wrong sending your barreled action to him. He can do your trigger job too, if you decide to go that route.

You did get a great deal, please keep us informed of what you decide to do - and show us some targets!
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BulletBait:

I really understand each gun has its own likes and dislikes when it comes to ammo. I have 10 different loads stockpiled (20 bxs or more each)as we speak with some SK I have never tried arriving via UPS today.

What I wanted was personal performance experience with this model. Groups and which ammo would be great but, as we have said, another might not perform the same. I will take the info....... As to triggers I use almost all replacements either worked by gunsmiths or KIDD single stage at 1.5 lbs and frankly that trigger is still too heave for my likes.

I am just looking for other folks experience.......

_________________________________________________

Single shot shooters only need to shoot once.

Bruce A. Hering
Program Coordinator/Lead Instructor
Shotgun Team Coach
Southeastern Illinois College
SCTP Collegiate Coaches Chairman
NSCA Level III




I've always loved the Mannichliers,
Missed out years ago in vivian Louisiana,
At a wal mart store.
They had the grey laminated stocks.
My buddy , he bought one . 140 dollars ???
He still has it.
So, long story short.
A few months ago i bought a Mannichlier stock from a member on here.
Robbed a barrel and action from one of my carbines.
Sent it all off to Randy for a full tune up.
Mounted up a Luepold 2x7 scope,
( looks and fits great)
With blazers, she'll do 1/2 @ 50.
I just love the bloody little thing.
Very happy it shoots very well.
Thank you cpc.



Well here's an update...
Wally world stainless Mannlicher clone.
I' cannot remember if I had ever tried mini mags in this rifle.
So off to the south pasture we go..
35 yards ... Less than an inch!!!!! About the size of my thumbnail..!!
I've never had much luck with mini mags.
And this is with a bone stock carbine barrel.
In a Mannlicher laminated stock.
I sure do like this one!!!
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The WM Special of the early to mid 90's was the Gray/Green and black laminate Mannlicher stock. Yours is beech, not walnut. So many dealer exclusives and Ruger only full stocks, it's difficult to say which one. The earliest full stocks were walnut stocks but blue only, then birch / beech in blue and stainless metal. Now walnut is offered again by Talo and Gallery of Guns. Easy to tell by the speed mag release.
http://www.ruger-firearms.com/produc...eets/1264.html
Here is my 1264, which shipped from Ruger in 2013.
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The WM Special of the early to mid 90's was the Gray/Green and black laminate Mannlicher stock. Yours is beech, not walnut. So many dealer exclusives and Ruger only full stocks, it's difficult to say which one. The earliest full stocks were walnut stocks but blue only, then birch / beech in blue and stainless metal. Now walnut is offered again by Talo and Gallery of Guns. Easy to tell by the speed mag release.
http://www.ruger-firearms.com/produc...eets/1264.html
Here is my 1264, which shipped from Ruger in 2013.

Simply beautiful ❤️
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Simply beautiful ❤️
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