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i see bulls eye/pistol shooting boxes often for sale at local clubs i go to. Nice gear but generally older stuff. Its often priced fairly cheap.
 

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Do you need a .22? I've got a Hammerli SP20 looking for a new home.
Thanks, but I'm more at the Ruger level. And I do have a .22 that is plenty accurate enough for 50 ft indoor. I could use a spotting scope (preferably with angled viewfinder) and a pistol box. Also a red dot (better than the cheap one I have).
 

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I use a MKIII target with Bushnell TRS25 red dot. I do so-so considering I never practice. I haul my stuff in a well built Ducks Unlimited bag. Some day I’ll look to get a nice wood box setup with spotting scope.
 

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Know a decent wood craftsman ?
this guy sells the hardware.
I built my own many years ago and plan on selling it as I move my stuff to NH. I just have to take it out of the closet and take pictures to list it. I remember that it wasn't a trivial project to build.
 

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Box with scope in the classifieds under "Firearm accessories". If I was near New Bedford, I'd buy it.
 
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