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    No War Eagles For You! mrfarb's Avatar
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    Default bnz45 r block - how bad is BAD?

    Wanted to post some pics of this r block bolt. So tell me, would you believe that it was real, or would it worry you?





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    If you look at the striations on the bolt you can see how it was machined unevenly. Some of the striations are still there and some aren't. It has not been messed with. That uneven surface and a strike at an angle and there you have it.

    I would sleep well with this.

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    Note how much care and attention Steyr employees paid to their work. :shocked:
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    I'll take three please..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbo Archie View Post
    I'll take three please..


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    Sorry Archie , It sold already

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    lol...thats some fine craftsmanship.
    I can make out the numbering after seeing the serial number on the barrel. Cool gun.

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    I at first thought the bolt numbers were arabic! Until I saw the other numbers and then I could make them out. cool rifle I am likeing the late war stuff more everyday.

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    I would prefer it to a perfectly numbered one. Quite cool. Steyr, hands down, had the worst numbering of any maker.

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    "farb... don't you mean, how bad is GOOD?

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