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    Posted: September-20-2022 at 11:15am
Good question, Russ. He hasn't mentioned one, but since we're in touch I'll ask.
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Really like the overall look.   Is he giving it a name?
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Beauty !!
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My buddy, Ricky recently finished his Red Ryder.  After seeing it, I thought I'd share it with the community. 

The custom walnut stock has more length of pull and less drop than a factory stock. It looks like it would be a good candidate for a "Lasso" rail and a red dot sight. It's also has inletting for the receiver's "ears" to give the wrist more girth.

It also has a metal lever, fiber optic front sight, and a gold forearm band to contrast with the stock finish. Internally it has a high performance spring and a 7/64" ID air tube, so it's a hammer. 




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