Discussion in 'Rimfire & Smallbore' started by USMCDOC, Aug 8, 2018.
Well here is the full pic of it, on it's new (old) rest.
A thing of beauty , that stock is icing on the cake .Rest looks like a nice rig too,I dig that color.
I have a couple Suhl 150's and they sure don't look anywhere near as good as that, very nice indeed!
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The rifle and that 10X rest look good! I really like the serial #.
Intell. the serial number is on the other side of the action
Is this an action that you made?
No.. i didn't make this action.. but there is a man that did.. Clue.. the name on the rifle is Inez
How did you come into this rifle? did you know Bill?
I bought it..
Rifle has plain wood. It is Doc's lighting that is tricking you.
I forgot what side it was on. I had six Suhls but it’s been several years ago. I’ve actually shot against that gun when Inez owned it. She could spit out a 250 with it easy enough. Bill Meyers was a good Smith and all around good guy. He was probably the first to start using the 17 3/4 twist 2 groove Benchmarks. After he cleaned my clock one spring at the Northeast regionals in some nasty conditions, I decided to try one, and man was it it great! Bill and Inez didn’t mind traveling and you never knew where they may show up. The good ole days, when 10x was $7.00 a box lol.
This is the barrel that is on it now.
Here it is with the trigger..
I just acquired a Suhl 150, that was set in a benchrest stock. I've been looking for a set of one inch rings to use directly on the 11mm dovetail, can someone help me locate a set? Also, it seems the previous owner removed one of the trigger adjustment screws, I would also like to replace it if possible. Thanks for all help and advice...
BKL has one inch rings that will fit an 11mm dovetail. They are a nice ring, not the prettiest but I have never had a set mark a scope and they hold really well.
I forgot to say that they are also inexpensive.
Just bought a fiberglass stock for it as well..
That stock is Bill Myers and Don Stith's design. It's a Predator that Don made. Both talented and good men. I remember Bill showing me that action when he first finished it at McKeesport Sportsmans Association in PA at an IR 50/50 match. Seeing your pics bring back fond memories of those "good ol' days". Thank you.
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