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Stock Class Junk Ranger

 

ranger-buzzard

Turned out to be really easy.

Body/Asa/internals are ranger and the rest is Carter.

 Looks like crap but was shooting decent until the sear locked up on the aluminum trigger. Likely needs more material taken off the base of the sear.

Earon actually used ranger sears on many of his guns and I have cut them for several other carters I’ve put together.

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