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Hey all,

I found a great way to scope these rifles and maintain the non drill and tap status.

I bought a mount from Advanced Technologies. It is a non distructive mount, since I wanted to have my Turk scoped without drilling anything.

It looks great, keeps the classic military look and lets me use a scope without any problem. The other thing I did have to do was have to straight bolt handle bent to accomidate the scope.

The smith bent the bolt down and angled back, similiar to a Rem 700 bolt handle.

I am very satisfied and enjoy shooting the sucker. Only thing is that the upgrades cost 5 times the rifle. Oh well....hahaha
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Nice Rifle!

It's always good to have a setup that doesn't lower the value of a firearm...tell us how it shoots! I'd be interested in getting one myself...How about putting a really BIG scope on it? That Turk heavier-than-usual barrel should prove promising.

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Originally posted by LOCKnLOAD
Hey all,

I found a great way to scope these rifles and maintain the non drill and tap status.

I bought a mount from Advanced Technologies. It is a non distructive mount, since I wanted to have my Turk scoped without drilling anything.

It looks great, keeps the classic military look and lets me use a scope without any problem. The other thing I did have to do was have to straight bolt handle bent to accomidate the scope.

The smith bent the bolt down and angled back, similiar to a Rem 700 bolt handle.

I am very satisfied and enjoy shooting the sucker. Only thing is that the upgrades cost 5 times the rifle. Oh well....hahaha
:assult:

How much to bend the bolt ?

Wyr
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Wry,

I believe the bolt cost me 100$ to bend. I thought it would just be a plain jane bend down, but they actually did a great job by bending it down and swept it a little to the back.

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Originally posted by LOCKnLOAD
Wry,

I believe the bolt cost me 100$ to bend. I thought it would just be a plain jane bend down, but they actually did a great job by bending it down and swept it a little to the back.

:assult: :nod:


My current project is a 1918 German M98 . Need to get the bolt bent , but being cheap , will look for a cheaper gunsmith . :)

Wyr
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