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"We take a factory-made Marlin 1895 and completely dissemble it. Using precision machined parts, the rifle is converted to a takedown. We cut the barrel, port it to reduce recoil, and recrown it at 16-1/2, 18 or 20 inches in either .45 or .50 caliber.
The front sight is remounted using a fiber optic front bead for high visibility and our original Ghost Ring Sight is installed.
Before reassembling, a reliability tune is performed on the action for feeding, extracting and ejecting.
Our patent pending Trigger Happy Kit is installed for a crisp clean 3 pound trigger pull. The action is modified to allow use of the new .457 Wild West Magnum while still allowing use of standard 45-70 loads, or is set up for the big .50 Alaskan. We install a Pachmayr Decelerator pad to help with recoil and Parkerize the rifle. A 21"x9"x2" soft carry-case is provided with each package."
Wild West Guns CoPilot in .457 WWMagnum/45-70 – Stainless $2600.00
Wild West Guns CoPilot in .457 WWMagnum/45-70 – Parkerize or Matte Blue $2400.00
Wild West Guns CoPilot in .50 Alaskan – Stainless $3200.00
Wild West Guns CoPilot in .50 Alaskan – Parkerize or Matte Blue $3000.00
Also available in 30/30, 35 Rem, 44 mag, 357 and 45 Colt – Stainless $2600.00
Also available in 30/30, 35 Rem, 44 mag, 357 and 45 Colt – Parkerize or Matte Blue $2400.00
Deduct $385.00 if you provide us with your rifle
originally posted by: MystikMushroom
The owner of that store is a real piece of work. I'll never shop there just because of the attitude he's given friends of mine.
The colorful star of the Alaska reality television show “Wild West Alaska," which promotes an Anchorage gun shop and the 49th-state's huntin'-fishin'-goldmining lifestyle, today finds himself in trouble with state wildlife authorities with their own reality TV show to promote -- "Alaska State Troopers.''
Wild West Guns owner Jim V. West has been charged with 17 hunting violations, including trespassing on Alaska Native lands while guiding a black bear hunt. His attorney has questioned whether troopers might have busted him to boost their TV ratings.