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ali, if you are going to a gunsmith and you are happy with the fit of your bsa, then take the bsa along so the gunsmith can draw an outline and adjust your new gun to be close or right on. did this with a shotgun for my wife and it works well.
now it's a matter of trying to find the time to get everything completed....why is it the best plans always get derailed before they get on the track........... grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr oh well at least for now I can say I have a new rifle.........
thanks for all your input everyone.... I'll let ya know when I actually get to shoot the dang thing and get this party started