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A couple of my ( still ) in progress jobs....a Siamese in 405 Grenadier and a Westinghouse Mosin....



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Love to see how they are coming along.


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Sorry, not a lot yet.....Christmas, back to work, too many other projects.....

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.....but I did find out a couple of useful things.

A Burris scope base for a Remington 600 and a Lynx Optics base for a Mannlicher Schoenauer will fit on both the Portuguese Vergueiro and the 6.5 Carcano. They make very neat cantilever type mounts to use on these split bridge rifles.

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I had another Siamese Mauser built in 45-70 late last year. Not very familiar with the 405 Grenadier.

What’s your plans on the Mosin? Is it still 7.62x54R?


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Just did some research on the 405 Grenadier. I like the looks of it in both the Mosin and the Siamese action. I assume you are doing your Mosin on the 405 also.

http://forums.nitroexpress.com...at.php?Number=296402


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No, the Mosin will stay in 7.62x54r, with 200 grainers its a great round for pigs. I just picked up a modern version of a PU scope for it, so we'll see how that goes!

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