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Accuraccy International Arctic Warfare (Jack Steat) . Jack Streats Arctic Warfare Magnum. In my opinion its one of his best guns, second to the SPAS 12. . My latest copy of Jack Streat. As well as my last. I may or may not make another gun, so I want to take the time to thank everyone who took the time to look at my stuff, and esspessially those who left helpful comments. Since I might not make any more guns, I decided to go down on one of my favorites.( though I plan to make more). Now on to the gun. The gun with all of the accessrories. The rifle, no accories. The BiPod. The Scope. Two seven round Magazines. Rifle, with mag. Rifle, with scope. Rifle with BiPod. Rifle, with Scope and BiPod. Rifle, with Mag and BiPod. Rifle, with MAg and Scope. Rifle, with all accesories: Scope, Mag, and BiPod. The mag well. The part on the bottom of the gun. It took FOREVER to make it look nice. The BiPod. How it attatches to the gun. The bottom of the legs. You can see how it attatches to the barrel. Look around in my Lee Enfeild stuff if you dont get it. The front of the barrel. It extends a few millimeters beyond the edge of the picture. The Grip, guard, receiver, trigger, scope, bolt, and thombhole. Thumb holed stock. Bolt closed. bolt open. Notice how the rb keeps the handle down. The gun feild stripped. The mech, close up. Bolt open, no mag. Trigger pulled, notice the rotation towards the lower front of the gun. Mech, with mag. Bolt open, with mag Cocked, with a mag. Mech, with mag and chamber flap open.(lts you see how a round is chambered. Round slowley pushed up the ramp. On a normal speed cycle it goes up against the L beam in the mech. After cocking, with mag and chamber flap open. The front inside. Once again, thanks every one who looked at my stuff. I am still "active" here, so ill see any comment you leave. I just need a new mech.


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