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RWS 34 Cerakote vs. Original RWS 34N.

November 9 2017 at 12:11 AM
Jason Lowe  (Login jasmlowe)
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I just had this RWS 34 .177cal Cerakoted and clear coated and compared with my original RWS 34N in .177cal
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I was impressed how well it matched the wood. Both have Vortek tune kits.

 
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josh3rd
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in my opinion

November 9 2017, 6:05 PM 

I think that they BOTH look beautiful. I especially like the finish on the metal of the wood stock one. Good job on them brother.

 
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Ed Krzynowek
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November 9 2017, 6:23 PM 

It looks like the black one on the top has a nice rubber butt pad. I can't tell on the other one. It's something the 34 often lacks except for a few configurations, and I really like a nice pad on the end of a gun stock. Even minus the benefit of making a rifle more comfortable to hold against the shoulder, the rubber pad keeps a rifle from sliding down onto the floor when it's leaned against a corner. They're both nice looking rifles though.

Safe and Happy Shooting!

Ed Krzynowek, The Airgun Tune-Meister


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