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Customizing Your Deer Rifle (Page 2)

When customizing a firearm, it’s important to have a clear objective—are you trying to improve accuracy or aesthetics, shave weight or all of the above?

It’s not all about synthetics, the author’s 7x57 mm was built by Arizona gunmaker Sterling Davenport and is both functional and attractive. (Click on image to enlarge.)

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3 Responses to Customizing Your Deer Rifle (Page 2)

mry48 wrote:
March 12, 2012

Put a muzzle break on it from mag-n-port and it shoots like a .270. I took my fine wood off my Sako Finnberer and put a B & C Synthetic stock on it. Its your gun, you might as well make it shootable and not afraied of it. If you don't like the muzzle break put a recoil device on your stock like the Trap Shooters do.

Steve wrote:
December 12, 2011

The .338 looks awesome with that stock, but it must have a big recoil. I bet no one wants to borrow it!

Terry Schrecongost wrote:
November 29, 2011

I had an aim point sight mounted on my lever action 30-30. It is amazingly accurate out to 200 yards and more.