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Re: Musgrave Rifles

07 Feb 2018
@ 07:27 pm (GMT)

Cor Nepgen

Hi Gregory,

I saw on the other thread you are also from Cape Town. Been quite a while since I've posted something but I do read a lot.

To start with, you can have full confidence in the book series. If you read carefully and apply the information with some good fashioned common sense things tend to work quite well.

I have also looked at the Musgrave rifles and know one or two owning new and old Musgraves. Friends with new rifles do own them in more forgiving cartridges such as the .30 06. That said, I have not really heard of anyone accuracy problems.

For the most part, I think the stock design is nice with a good bore and barrel contour. I think it would be worth while exploring.

I would highly recommend going through the accurizing process as set out in the book series. The bedding compound performs amazing and does as advertised.

If you would like to have a chat over coffee or would like some help with the bedding compound feel free to ask. Worse case scenario, you learn a tone about your rifle, how things work and have a lot of fun doing so. Theres no need to rush, take you time read everything a couple of times and watch all Nathan's videos.



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