I trust that this finds you and yours doing well this winter evening sir.
Thanks very much for the kind words on my efforts, I do appreciate them.
Here's the youngest daughter's 722 that has since had a 700 trigger installed, so the safety looks different now. The shoe went back on the 700 trigger though.
Our eldest daughter's 96 Swede that I originally put together for my late father. It's a bit tough to see in this photo unless you blow it up a bit, but there's indeed a shoe there on the Dayton Traister trigger.
It all started awhile back with me though Jeff, as this is the first rifle I built for a special someone in my life - my wife. This is her .308 Norma based on a wartime Steyr built 98 action.
Hey, it's one of many, many quirks I've got Jeff - what can I say?
All the best to you and yours in the upcoming Christmas season.