|08-04-2001, 07:50 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2001
I'm just getting back into shooting after being away for ~20 years. Am thinking of a couple purchases from EA--an adjustable trigger for a Gold Cup, and scope rails and mounts for a R$emington 700 .308 heavy barrel. I've never heard of this company. How's the quality of there merchandise? How about their service?
Thanks very much. fish.
|08-04-2001, 07:57 PM||#2|
Join Date: May 2001
As you may know, I have one for sale on the forum now, so I'll keep my comments short so others can chime in. I'm probably perceived as biased! :wink:
I had 3 of them and they've all functioned FLAWLESSLY (my best friend talked me out of one and the one for sale is more gun than I need because I don't compete and I'm keeping the other forever). They are super accurate and reliable. The work with hi-cap Para mags. I think Novak built a gun recently on their frame.
By the way, the one I have for sale is not one of their production guns but was built from scratch, called the Tournament Shooters Model.
Here's their website with a lot of magazine articles on them.
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