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    Posted: January 25 2020 at 3:02pm

Just a small point I would like to pass on. When fitting these you have a built in feature to help alignment. The rear foot of the fat leg is also supplied with enough meat to adjust range.

I have only done one fitting for a friend ten years ago and it was more work than I would care to do again . It was on  an original #4T receiver that had been scrubbed and renumbered at some point. India ?

I have never had to do much to Roger Paynes brackets but he has not been producing for some years now. Last time I talked to him is machinist had passed away. He did make one more run several years later. His were truly works of art.

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Whoever makes the bracket for the ones Numrich sells has the exact same setup. Made installation that much easier for me...
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