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Project Carter Comp frame replacement

Replaced the 007 frame with a carter frame on this comp.
Project Comp I’ve slowly been modifying. The nelson frame was on it and I replaced it with a Classic Carter frame.

Replaced the 007 frame on this project Carter Comp because the pot metal nelson frame would bind from the collar.

 

right side of project carter comp
Project Carter Comp, right side.

Need to find some grips for this frame now. The stock frame was one I modified to work by cutting the front of the rail cut out.  It would work okay but start to bind from the collar screws.

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