Engraved Over-sized Bolt Knob

Item: ANS-16000EGV    Manufacturer: DIP, inc
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Add the personal touch to your rifle with an engraved knob. All engraving in black and white, no other colors.

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Tactical Bolt knob item 16006

8M x 1.25 threads

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  • Manufacturer: DIP, inc
  • Shipping Weight: 0 lbs
Average Rating   5 stars (based on 5 reviews)
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Recent Reviews Rating: Reviewed By: Harry W. Review Date: 1/22/2019 Comments: I am SOoooooo happy with this custom engraved bolt knob for my Savage 93R 17 HMR rifle! The stock knob was too small and cumbersome to operate. At first I was a bit intimidated to grind down the knob and then cut in the threads to install the knob. I...
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Rating: Reviewed By: Paul S. Review Date: 12/11/2018 Comments: This is an exceptional buy IMO. I waited more than a year before submitting this review to allow for honest feedback. I requested special engraving when purchased and it turned out perfect. There is minimal evidence of wear after a couple of summers and i...
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Rating: Reviewed By: Bill M. Review Date: 12/9/2018 Comments: A little heat to remove the factory knob and installed the DIP knob. Trish even twisted the engraver arm to get a non catalog logo engraved. Great people and product. Look foreward to doing business with them again!!
Rating: Reviewed By: Jeremy B. Review Date: 3/18/2017 Comments: put 2 of these on my parents guns, they loved them. shipped fast and made well.
Rating: Reviewed By: Ahmed M. Review Date: 3/25/2016 Comments: I liked the way this bolt knob looked and felt on my Remington 700 and on a Savage PTA action that I shoot.... DIP offered it for my Anschultz 54 action. The knob on the Anschultz just needed a touch of heat to come off because Anschultz glues them on and...
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