Steyr lg100HP

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  1. rubi-tong

    rubi-tong Bernies MY *****

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    Hi
    I'm currently looking at buying a Steyr LG100HP, just out of curiosity does any one now what the butt section is made out of and can it be stripped back to natural wood. I'm thinking of putting an adjustable cheek piece on and making a full length "hamster" for the front any idea's more than welcome.
    Many thanks, Mark

    PS, i've been offered one for £600, is this a good price or a little over priced?
     
  2. Scooby

    Scooby Pete Dutton

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    The ones I've seen were Beech
     
  3. Sam Vimes

    Sam Vimes New Member

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    Both of the 110HP butt pieces I have seem to be beech under the black paint.
    I have one that has a raised cheekpiece and one without. I don't use the raised cheekpiece one at the moment as it's not required using the Leupold 3-9x33 EFR on low mounts. Chances are that due to the distinct lack of low 30mm mounts you will need a raised cheekpiece if using a 30mm tubed scope.
     
  4. villiers

    villiers Self appointed antipimp

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    Have seen a brand new 110HP with a plain oiled stock with a cheek peice which adjusts as std.It came into the UK through Harry Preston.May be worth a phone call:eek: to Harry .
    Cheers Don:)
     
  5. rubi-tong

    rubi-tong Bernies MY *****

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    I've seen a picture of that, very nice. But that looks like beech to me, are they simular colour to that when the paint is stripped? Can you give me harry's contact details please. Or does any one know where I can get a rear stock and hamster made (but not too dear)
     
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    Bar at one stage were selling replacement stocks with the cheek peice adjuster done my be worth a phone call.
     
  7. JAGXKRS

    JAGXKRS Sparky's Bodyguard

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    Mark I think Frenchie has played around with Steyr's before now ;):D
     
  8. kilty

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    Harry's number is 01904 705401

    regards
    Barry
     
  9. AndyJ

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    yes he has ;)

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  10. rubi-tong

    rubi-tong Bernies MY *****

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    oh thats nice, mines the high power, has he done one of these. How much are the FT butt stocks going for?
     
  11. Sam Vimes

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    You'll be lucky to get much change out of £200 unless you get very lucky second hand.
     
  12. rubi-tong

    rubi-tong Bernies MY *****

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    :eek:, won't be getting one of those then, just out of curiosity, how does the rear Ft stock fasten on?
     
  13. Sam Vimes

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    Depends on whether it's the take down connect version or the fixed.
     

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