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Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Taxidermy, Mar 10, 2013.

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  1. Taxidermy

    Taxidermy Active Member

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    Here is a stock set out of candy stripe myrtle wood cut in 2004. I made this stock and forend this week for Todd Crady, now it needs checkering and will post pictures after checkered. Let me know what you think, Ronnie
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  2. grntitan

    grntitan Well-Known Member

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    Nice. Always had a thing for the Blondes.

    Uhh, lets not mention that to my wife.
     
  3. Kevin Fleming

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    That looks like some good work; black iron and blonde wood always catches my eye.

    K
     
  4. KY_TRAP_DAD

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    Excellent work as usual.

    Shelby
     
  5. puppy dog

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    Excellant as alwasy that's the case what ever you work with! puppy
     
  6. Taxidermy

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    Started with a like new 682X trap receiver and iron, a new set of 682E 32 inch O/U trap barrels I fitted to receiver and iron and added an adjustable Graco that I put a black finish on, then added a black buffalo grip cap to a candy stripe myrtle wood stocks. all parts where purchased from Trapshooters. com thanks Ronnie
     
  7. pilotdan

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    Ronnie- That's the one you showed me last week with the satin finish. Beautiful.
    Dan Maloy
     
  8. chuckie68

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    OK my opinion;

    Aone excellent workmanship will look better checkered;

    I don't like it--only because it's yellow.

    I'm a walnut kind of guy.

    Chuck

    P.S. Blonds belong in the bedroom LOL
     
  9. Taxidermy

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    Chuck, it will be checkered and carved boarders, Though the lite color wood will set the all black gun off, I also like walnut of all kinds. thanks Ronnie
     
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    Taxidermy,

    The craftsmanship is supurb from the pictures. I am also sure that it will be a great functional stock and once it's checkered will look even better. I'm just not crazy about the color that's all.

    Chuck
     
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