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My Latest 450 NE Double Rifle

This is a discussion on My Latest 450 NE Double Rifle within the Double Rifles forums, part of the HUNTING EQUIPMENT, FIREARMS & AMMUNITION category; Strictly as a joke I built this 450 NE DR falling block. I hope you guys will appreciate the 'bubba' ...

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    Strictly as a joke I built this 450 NE DR falling block.
    I hope you guys will appreciate the 'bubba' aspect of it!

    Yep! A back woods, redneck style, falling block double rifle.
    That's a 450 3 1/4" NE double! This unique set up allows for easy conversion and regulation adjustments. The sighting options are endless.
    While it may not have all the fancy carvings of Larry's, Bailey Bradshaw 450!

    There is a chance that I may need to upgrade to Gorilla tape after a few range sessions. Note the unique white line spacers.
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    Sweet. if you were a real redneck you would have used wider spacers so one stock would line up with each shoulder.
    The journey is the reward.

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    I'm currently working on a unique rifle! A double double! It'll be a side by side , over under!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondhitch View Post
    Sweet. if you were a real redneck you would have used wider spacers so one stock would line up with each shoulder.
    That might be hard to hold up and squeeze the triggers at the same time. But I'll give it some thought.

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    Not bubba just creative ingenuity!
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    You Tube material, especially if you shoot it!

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    I wonder about how well you can regulate it. Looks like fun. Bruce

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    Quote Originally Posted by enysse View Post
    You Tube material, especially if you shoot it!
    HA, I'd watch that!
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    Regulated by driving a wedge between the butt stocks? Too funny!
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