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Finished stocks for my K20 with photos

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Taxidermy, Dec 7, 2011.

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  1. Taxidermy

    Taxidermy Active Member

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    Just completed my K20 tiger myrtle wood stock and forend, I am left handed. The myrtle was cut in 1984. What do you think of it, Ronnie
     
  2. Claymuncher

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    Now that is nice! Did you do the Checkering?

    CM
     
  3. dale58

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    Ronnie, it is time to hang a shingle. Beautiful job!!! Dale
     
  4. Taxidermy

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    Tim Smith-Lyon from Miss does all of my checkering, all I do is fit and finish with comb work, it is checkered 24 LPI and it is flawless. thanks Ronnie
     
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    JUST OUT OF CURIOSITY WHAT ARE THE WHITE BAGS(?) AND PLASTIC AROUND THE GUN?
     
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    Looks like Dexter's about to make a disposal run, LOL!

    That is a beautiful stock!
     
  8. skeet_man

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    They look like forms for mounting deer heads.
     
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    Looks good Ronnie. Nice job.
     
  10. Taxidermy

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    DaveP, I am a taxidermist by trade . Those are forms for deer taken this season, the plastic is to protect them in shipping. thanks Ronnie
     
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    I too have used Tim for checkering, and can too vouch for both his work, and his attention to detail. Beautiful stock, and complete package.

    Mike
     
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    What is that wood?
     
  13. Taxidermy

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    Tiger myrtle wood, hard to come buy here in KY. thanks Ronnie
     
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