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Custom BT-99 stocks (Just Posted Pics!)

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by bowhunting11, Mar 20, 2012.

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    Heres the thing.. i redid my stock on my gun this summer and it turned out great did an execlent job.. well im gonna buy another stock sand it all down get all dents out and what not and im gonna do a sweet looking paint job.. i know it will turn out good i have everything to do it.. bascialy as a hobby im gonna take BT stocks maybe others like 1100's and what not and do paintjobs.. you can get words on it.. the one im gonna make for myself is gonna be yellow and blue.. yellow one side blue other or vise versa.... and on one said say "proud member of the ATA" other " Proud Member Of The NTA
    ill be happy to serve you guys.. or if you want i could do a straight up stain to it and refinish it.. i wont be expensive ill just be doing it for fun!!
    let me know your ideas!
     
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    Some pictures of the work you've done would likely garner more interest than just words. Post some pictures of the stock you re-did.
     
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    Good idea pics will be up around 4!
     
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    Yeah pretty bad light.. and idk if you can notice but the forearm is not the same wood! it is lighter i noticed that right away an i thought it looked cool so i did not even try to get um to match! an thats my opionion!!!!!!!
     
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    Am doing another local job on a win. 1400 beautiful wood!!!!
     
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    CAN'T SEE IS YOUR CAMERA OUT OF FOCUS OR DO YOU NEED GLASSES. JUST JOKING, COULD YOU REPOST THE PICTURES FOR A BETTER LOOK.
     
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    Nice background in the photos! I never would have thought of using dirty closes to accent stock work!
     
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