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Jms not sure what your question is. As for pisture...not sure who staged it and who took the picture or what movie it is but they might've as well given her a ray gun. Would be just as much sense:laugh:
 

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Lots of things wrong with this pic:

Its a carbine length "sniper"
Aftermarket scope mount
Aftermarket scout scope
Aftermarket cheek pad
Missing hand guard
Blued bolt
Bubba'd turn down bolt knob
Knob relief cut in stock (similar to K-98k style)
 

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Lots of things wrong with this pic:

Its a carbine length "sniper"
Aftermarket scope mount
Aftermarket scout scope
Aftermarket cheek pad
Missing hand guard
Blued bolt
Bubba'd turn down bolt knob
Knob relief cut in stock (similar to K-98k style)

Quote from website:

Hand select firearm from our inventory. Perform initial safety check. Completely disassemble, clean and inspect. Remove original post and globe front sight. Cut barrel to 22", re-crown to 11 degrees and re-blue crowned end. Install Brass Stacker™ Front Sight Adapter Ring ($30.00 retail value). Re-install original post and globe front sight in FSAR (maintaining original sight line). Cut and shorten cleaning rod. Disassemble, clean and inspect bolt. Mill bolt handle knob bottom flat, bend bolt handle and blacken bolt. Reassemble bolt and check firing pin depth. Remove upper wooden forearm cover and all hardware from stock. Strip shellac from stock. Cut and shorten stock forearm and re-attached shortened forearm to stock. Mill bolt finger relief in stock. Refinish stock (we try to preserve all original arsenal markings). Stain and seal stock. Anneal, die crimp and re-form forearm bands. Re-install hardware to stock and remove rear sight block pins. Reassemble complete firearm and Gage check headspace. Install a Brass Stacker™ Scout Scope Mount with Steel Picatinny Rail (MN9130SSM - $69.00 retail value, MN39SSMR - $114.00 retail value, or MN9130GLM - $145.00 retail value). Install a Long Eye Relief (LER) Scout Scope (NC Star SSB27522G 2.75x22 - $87.00 retail value, Sun Optics USA CS28-2528 2.5 x 28 - $87.00 retail value, or Sun Optics USA CS28-432 4.0 x 32 - $99.00 retail value). Manually rough bore sight scope. Generate certs and appropriate documentation. Package and log out firearm. Ship to your local FFL.
 

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Just one question: "Why?"

Quote from website:

Hand select firearm from our inventory. Perform initial safety check. Completely disassemble, clean and inspect. Remove original post and globe front sight. Cut barrel to 22", re-crown to 11 degrees and re-blue crowned end. Install Brass Stacker™ Front Sight Adapter Ring ($30.00 retail value). Re-install original post and globe front sight in FSAR (maintaining original sight line). Cut and shorten cleaning rod. Disassemble, clean and inspect bolt. Mill bolt handle knob bottom flat, bend bolt handle and blacken bolt. Reassemble bolt and check firing pin depth. Remove upper wooden forearm cover and all hardware from stock. Strip shellac from stock. Cut and shorten stock forearm and re-attached shortened forearm to stock. Mill bolt finger relief in stock. Refinish stock (we try to preserve all original arsenal markings). Stain and seal stock. Anneal, die crimp and re-form forearm bands. Re-install hardware to stock and remove rear sight block pins. Reassemble complete firearm and Gage check headspace. Install a Brass Stacker™ Scout Scope Mount with Steel Picatinny Rail (MN9130SSM - $69.00 retail value, MN39SSMR - $114.00 retail value, or MN9130GLM - $145.00 retail value). Install a Long Eye Relief (LER) Scout Scope (NC Star SSB27522G 2.75x22 - $87.00 retail value, Sun Optics USA CS28-2528 2.5 x 28 - $87.00 retail value, or Sun Optics USA CS28-432 4.0 x 32 - $99.00 retail value). Manually rough bore sight scope. Generate certs and appropriate documentation. Package and log out firearm. Ship to your local FFL.
 
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