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    I can kinda see the point of everything except the grip and why a "precision" type stock on a rifle with a reddot?
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    The funny part is what it's missing. Barrel threads! Lever actions make for a great suppressor host. A rifle made for hunting should be able to be suppressed. In Ohio, lever actions shooting straight walled cased ammo is a good way to go.

    I like the design layout of the stock, just not on a lever action.

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    So the advantage to this set up is ...??? I can see it used in a remake of "West World".

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