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Husqvarna M46 Drilling & Tapping for Scope Rings

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In this video Ray goes over the process of dressing down the M46 receiver in preparation to drill and tap for scope rings using a Forster drilling jig. Get some popcorn, this is a long and involved video but is great information on a project you can do at home with the proper, easy to use tools and a little know how. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “Husqvarna M46 Drilling & Tapping for Scope Rings

  1. Would it have been an option to spin the rear ring around? It looks like it may fit better on the receiver that way from this perspective.

    Then I saw the scope wouldn’t fit that way.

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