And another from the owner of the P46 conversion -
Unfortunately, no I don’t have access to the ammo.
What piqued my interest were a couple of P54’s and P46’s that had been converted to the...
Certainly a unique rifle if indeed a .222 mag. Htown83
A few interesting rifles there douglastwo, L57 one piece fullwood and .222mag ta boot....
Thanks for the critter identification fellas.
Such a diversity of animals on your continent.
What is that critter Hunter25 ?
Hey Bloo, it’s ‘just’ a factory birch stock :D
Some more P54 goodness -
That honey blonde certainly is a sweetheart Bloo.
What did you discover Deano ?
We all wanna help, help take off your hands ;)
How many sneaky PM’s ya got Darrell ?
A few flaming hoops to jump through, depending on the ‘part’ or in particular, a firearm, though it can be done.
Generally, it must be...
Looks good, and a reasonable price too.
The ‘no international shipping’ bugs me though :(
Some fine looking animals there Bloo.
Nice and clean Bernie’s Dad.
In pic 11 I think I can see two grub screws on the barrel, Williams rear sight perhaps.
It seems prices have gone...
G’day Mark, and welcome to the forum.
The original Sako rings would be best suited to your rifle, mediums or highs depending on scope choice....
Your a lucky man to have such a rifle Darrell.
I can’t comment on its value in the US, but it will be high.
It is an ‘L46’
Very nice barreltwister, and the rear ladder sight is a bonus.
The front ring can be moved back and forth to gain windage. It is tedious, but it works.
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