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Thread: A Scope rail for a Savage 340

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    A Scope rail for a Savage 340

    I got to do an interesting project the other day...
    One of my customers has been trying to track down a scope mount/rail for his Savage 340 without success. (I know they exist, he couldn't find what he was looking for)
    so... we built one!

    A little bit of artistic design in CAD...


    A nugget of 6061 about to go on a diet...


    Let the mess making begin!


    Some finer details to bring this thing to life...


    And he should be off to the races!





    And there you have it! Sometimes its easier to just make it and be done...
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    Looks very nice , congrats

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    That's pretty sweet. I have a 340. Maybe I'll just have you whip one off for me.

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    Please make one for me. I will pay....
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    That's pretty awesome work. That's been one thing that's always held me back from the Savage 340/325 series rifles. That and wanting to see one rebarreled in 375 Winchester.
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    Wonderful CAD/CNC job done for a customer... I will do business with you any day. Thank you for the effort put forward to achieve this. Looks awesome!!!
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    Wow that’s I’ve been getting more interest on these than I thought!
    It looks like I’m going to be building a few of these, if you want on the list send me a pm.

    This one was going on a .22Hornet so I used aluminum to keep weight down (knowing recoil wouldn’t be an issue)
    Let me know if yould prefer steel over aluminum and we’ll go from there.

    Regards!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PR Cook View Post
    Wow that’s I’ve been getting more interest on these than I thought!
    It looks like I’m going to be building a few of these, if you want on the list send me a pm.

    This one was going on a .22Hornet so I used aluminum to keep weight down (knowing recoil wouldn’t be an issue)
    Let me know if yould prefer steel over aluminum and we’ll go from there.

    Regards!
    Paul.
    Depending on price I would definitely be interested. Mine is in 30-30 so steel might be a better option.

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    I have a mount for my 340 in .222 but this looks nice.. i wonder what a guy would have to give for one...

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    I’m getting close to making these, if anyone else wants in, let me know ASAP!
    My plan is to make these back to back on my 4th axis which should make things significantly more efficient and will cut everything (sans facing to length) in one set up increasing precision as well. Stay tuned for pictures!
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