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    Posted: January 29 2021 at 12:25pm
I have decided to shoot my No4 converted to .22 in the Unlimited Class of our Virtual Match Competition. I have yet to actually sit down with this and really shoot it. Give me a couple of weeks and I will post the results. 
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Cno7 mag with feeder ramp ? nice looking rifle , lots of really fantastic original parts , hope it shoots well for you , 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Zed Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 31 2021 at 12:39pm
Will that be at 200 yards? or 100 yards?
I'm interested to see what the .22 can do at those ranges. 
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 I’d expect it would shoot good out to 100 yards.  
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me too - beyond that i cant imagine the holdover 
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That looks really nice.  What is the red colored wood that you used?  I was considering on making a stock out of laminated Purple Heart and Coco bolo. After seeing this, I believe I have to get on it.
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Originally posted by stairgod stairgod wrote:

That looks really nice.  What is the red colored wood that you used?  I was considering on making a stock out of laminated Purple Heart and Coco bolo. After seeing this, I believe I have to get on it.
That stockset came from Boyd's.  The color is referred to as AppleJack. 
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I suspect it will be a tack driver!
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I've shot a M39 marlin at 200,  and the holdover was quite a bit, but the sights were not really designed for tha, 

they used to shoot Smallbore Prone at 200,  
using a Unertl, Lyman or even a set of international type irons would likely not be that hard, 
if the wind was good, 
guessing someone may still,  
Midway has the targets, 




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