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Old 02-08-2020, 09:47 AM
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For me the Micro Midas is perfect. I am only 5'5" tall. So the 12" LOP is perfect. I usually have to cut down all my rifles to a 12" or 13" is max LOP. So that Micro Midas can keep the original stock and no messing with straight out of the box.
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Well they all work for me. 1969 first year , oil rubbed french walnut
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Old 02-15-2020, 06:59 PM
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Well guy's/Gal's

Got my Micro Midas BL-22 all fixed up. Red Dot sling with swivels. Lever wrapped and a Hammer spur added. Very good and comfortable shooter. I put a GROVTEC Hammer Extension on it. I saw where people said that they would not let the hammer fully go all the way to the back. Well not cycle completely either after installation. I had to fit it to the gun. I had to file the bottom some to let the hammer cycle completely. Now it works really well and I am very happy with it.
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WE definitely need to see some picture!
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It's been raining here so much that I have not been able to take any pictures. It was finally sunny and around 45 degrees yesterday. That at least let me get my Red Dot sighted in on a couple rifles including this BL-22.

Hopefully today, I can get some photo's.

Well it is in the 50's today but again raining in Southern Kentucky. That is what you get in Kentucky in the winter time. A lot of rain. So here is some very poor pictures, well a couple of pictures anyway. They are very grainy due to the poor over cast lighting. Sorry guy's but you can at least get an idea of what the rifle looks like now. Very compact and easily wielded rifle. Really like it a lot. Trigger needs a good break in. But that will come with time. Anyway that trigger break in is just fun to get accomplished.




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