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  1. Match 54 For Sale

    It's a 1407, so typically 10-11lb.
  2. 7.62 Swing

    Phil, The ad states the barrel is a Border. A "Palma" twist sounds like a 13T, although I know some who run a 12T for long range. I think from Robin''s previous comments the stock is a KK-UIT. Walther did make the KK Prone 400, a specialist prone stock very similar to the Anschutz 1811, but these make hens' teeth look common.
  3. Head space

    Barry Nesom makes gauges.
  4. 4mm Raiser Block

    Dave, Do you want to borrow mine again? I can give it Beth on Sunday. T
  5. Colin, The topic title mentions that it's a Border.
  6. Kurt Thune Prone 600

    For sale, a KT Prone 600, size 98 (38in chest long) in blue/grey. Bought in June, but only worn to test fit. Top two buttons have been moved, but the jacket is otherwise as new. Sadly I'm not a standard size, and Pippa Taylor is unable to tweak it as planned. I'm looking for £300. Buyer can collect from Taunton, or I'll post. Photos on request
  7. Kurt Thune Prone 600

    Bump. Still available, and bargainous compared to new prices.
  8. Ese Synthetic Sling Colour Blue

    I'll take it for my club, posted please.
  9. Anschutz Match 54 Target Rifle For Sale - £350

    The stock appears to be ca 1971-72 vintage (stippled grip, fixed cheekpiece). The bolt is about the same ('66 to '76).
  10. Tec-Hro Grub Screw

    Does anyone have a grubscrew for a Tec-Hro 2.0 riser? Or does anyone know the size?
  11. Tec-Hro Grub Screw

    For reference, the screws for the barrel 'scope blocks and foresight mount are also M3, and the grub screws that blank of the holes on 1980s barrels fit the raiser dovetail.
  12. Tec-Hro Grub Screw

    Perfect!
  13. Tec-Hro Grub Screw

    Huey, The grubscrews lock the dovetail onto the studs.
  14. Anschutz Match 54 Stock Needed

    Kantes, That's an 1813, from the early 1980s.
  15. Andrew Tucker Scope Stand

    What, like tutting and coughing?
  16. Anschutz Supematch Sold

    This is on behalf of one of my club members, who is retiring from Prone shooting. Anschutz 1613 (1979 manufacture) / 1813 stock. The barrel was rechambered by Robert Nibbs in 2012 (re-proofed at Birmingham) and has had very light use since. Sights are the standard Anschutz 6702 (steel) rear, and froresight tunnel. The rearsight has a Gehmann dioptre/iris. £350 The rifle is located on the Devon/Somerset border. No photos at present, but I'll speak to the seller about getting some.
  17. Anschutz Supematch Sold

    Hi, Sorry, yes it sold. Tim
  18. Hi, if still available can I have the: Anschutz pull through/wicks blue sling HPS folding bipod. What colour is the bipod? Tim
  19. Chicago Screws

    Afternoon all, I'm looking for four Chicago screws, the size/type used in ESE slings for a project. I know I can get thede on eBay, but I don't need a giant bag, just four.
  20. Kurt Thune Prone 600

    Bump £250
  21. Diana Supermatch Stock / Feinwerkbau 2000 Stock

    There was one on eBay last month, but sold as Anschutz. It may return when the buyer finds it won't fit.
  22. Anschutz 8002 Air Rifle

    Can the broken pieces not be glued together, and the grip reinforced with a dowel or threaded rod?
  23. Anchutz 1407 Rifle Stock For Match 54 For Sale.

    Do they? I see a 1610S-50?1 stock, part no 78 on the 1980 1807-1813 handbook.
  24. Anchutz 1407 Rifle Stock For Match 54 For Sale.

    Nope, there is no trigger access hole, and no relief for the bolt-mounted safety. It's a 1610, or an early 1810, made before the cooling vents were cut into the fore-end.
  25. Anchutz 1407 Rifle Stock For Match 54 For Sale.

    I would agree with Michelle. That is not a 1407. A 1407 stock was made to comply with UIT Standard Rifle rules which prohibited adjustable cheekpieces, thumbhole grips, and butt adjustment during a match. What you have is a 1610/1609 or early 1810/1809stock. It was a no-frills version of the 1613/1813 Supermatch that offered the same degree of butt adjustment, but was made of beechwood not walnut, and was sold without a palmrest. The very deep fore-end compensated for the latter. There was a 1410 stock made in the 1970s, but those had a hole in the stock by the bolt slot to access the trigger adjustments, so it must be for a 16 or 18 series rifle. When sold with a heavy barrel it was a xx10, and became a xx09 with the lighter xx07 barrel. It's worth more than a 1407.
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