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303s on the Net: The Last 14 Years
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20 years on the web!
since 1997
Happy 150th Birthday Canada!
I've started working on load data for the 30-303
It's been a cool, wet spring, but I'm finally at the range!

Remember this rifle?


It was one of three Stevens 200s I bought in 2005. Where did the time go?  I sold the 308 Stevens 200, but kept the 223 Remington, which was transformed into a varmint 6x45mm. The last of the three, a 243, got a new AT-ONE stock by Boyds. 

I thought you would like to see the new stock. There is nothing wrong with the original plastic one.  The rifle shoots okay, but I wanted to upgrade.  The stock is laminated pepper.

 Like Brad Paisley says, "Welcome to the future!" 

Welcome to the Future!

Boyds AT-ONE stock
They can be ordered directly from me,
or online from my US or Canadian distributors
If you order using PayPal, please send your payment to - ringsnow@live.com
Feel free to send me any questions, order confirmations, special requests, etc.


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