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PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2017 11:40 am 
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Weet iemand waar 'n mens die cheeck rest, naamlik die Accu-riser in die hande kan kry in die land?


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Weet iemand waar 'n mens die cheeck rest, naamlik die Accu-riser in die hande kan kry in die land?


Joahn7 I will make some enquiries and get back to you.

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Weet iemand waar 'n mens die cheeck rest, naamlik die Accu-riser in die hande kan kry in die land?


Joahn7 I will make some enquiries and get back to you.

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Thanks Kurt! Maybe someone can import some of these as I think you will make quite a couple of bugs. These cheek rests just strap onto your rifle and because I've got wooden butts on my rifles, I don't want to drill into the wood or turn screws into it to mount a cheek rest. These would be ideal if you don't want to harm the wood.

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Weet iemand waar 'n mens die cheeck rest, naamlik die Accu-riser in die hande kan kry in die land?


Joahn7 I will make some enquiries and get back to you.

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Thanks Kurt! Maybe someone can import some of these as I think you will make quite a couple of bugs. These cheek rests just strap onto your rifle and because I've got wooden butts on my rifles, I don't want to drill into the wood or turn screws into it to mount a cheek rest. These would be ideal if you don't want to harm the wood.

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Johan there is another option called Beartooth. https://www.beartooth-products.com/coll ... iece-riser. They are a more "permanent" type of setup but no drilling is required. These I can get.

As soon as I get some info re the Accu-Riser, I will revert.

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Johan jy kan high density foam vat en jou eie een bou en dan gebruik jy een van daai rek patroon bande(Uncle Mike's) om dit in plek te hou. Werk heel gaaf.


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Kurt,

This is also quite nice. Like you said, it is more of a permanent solution and no screws is needed.

I would still go for the top one in my first thread as you can buy one and use it on various rifles.


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This is also quite nice. Like you said, it is more of a permanent solution and no screws is needed.

I would still go for the top one in my first thread as you can buy one and use it on various rifles.

No problem. Let's see what info I can get

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This is also quite nice. Like you said, it is more of a permanent solution and no screws is needed.

I would still go for the top one in my first thread as you can buy one and use it on various rifles.

No problem. Let's see what info I can get

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Johan my supplier is going to make enquiries with Accu-Riser, so there might be light at the end of the tunnel. However, because it contains leather, he reckons, the import duties could range between 30-40% :o

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Kurt,

This is also quite nice. Like you said, it is more of a permanent solution and no screws is needed.

I would still go for the top one in my first thread as you can buy one and use it on various rifles.

No problem. Let's see what info I can get

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Johan my supplier is going to make enquiries with Accu-Riser, so there might be light at the end of the tunnel. However, because it contains leather, he reckons, the import duties could range between 30-40% :o

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Kurt, many thanks!!! I see a company called Leatherman is making them overseas. I will definitely take two if you can arrange something. Maybe you can ask your supplier if he can arrange something on the ASCU-RISER CP-4000-S Monte Carlo Strap on Comb Raiser. This is the one like in this picture:


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Will post here once there is news.

Corne is there a particular model you are interested in?

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Kurt, what does the Beartooth comb raising kit 2.0 in brown price?


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Kurt, what does the Beartooth comb raising kit 2.0 in brown price?
Swede R650 incl delivery

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Just to confirm its the model without the loops?


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Just to confirm its the model without the loops?
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PM sent!
I've replied.

I forgot to ask you to PM me your delivery address and contact number. I add these to your invoice.

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