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    Default Consecutive set of bnz45 rifles

    Ha, that got your attention. I don't have a set, and I've not tracked a set in recorded serial numbers. I'm amazed by that with as many guns that are reported. I know where 2 guns are that are 1 digit away, but not consecutive. I keep buying them in hopes one day I'll match a set up, but I sell them too so I probably won't ever do it. Here's a nice laminated T block, maybe someone has the twin? Notice odd size laminate handguard, I like late bnz rifles with the odd size laminate stuff. Note also that the bolt in this rifle is really turned rough on the body, probably the worst I have seen. Pics don't do it justice, it's ROUGH TURNED.
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    Sweet!

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    I thought, "WHAT?! Already?", when I saw the thread title.

    That's a nice one Mike! I love the rough turned bolt.

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    That's gorgeous! It's interesting that the bolt body is so poorly finished, but the bolt handle isn't too bad for late steyr. I'm envious.

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    Spectacular, love that handguard... looks like it was laminated out of scrap!
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    If you work the bolt can you feel the ejector chatter on the rough machine marks? I can't imagine it being the smoothest bolt to operate. Super cool though. I had to look at the pics again.

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    Crispy!

    For some reason, I like these laminate stocked bnz45s more than the walnuts.

    Quote Originally Posted by jbmauser View Post
    If you work the bolt can you feel the ejector chatter on the rough machine marks? I can't imagine it being the smoothest bolt to operate. Super cool though. I had to look at the pics again.
    The one that I had was definitely a very "rough" action.

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    When you pull the bolt back it sounds like when your brakes on the car are metal to metal, it's ridiculous. It's hard to compare a bnz45 to even a bnz42, they quality fell so far so fast. It's actually harder to find a T block in laminate than in walnut.
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    I want it. LOL.

    seriously cool gun.
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    Default Sweet....

    I have never seen an 45 date k98 in Denmark yet,but im looking

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