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K-80 eye candy*****

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by David McMillen, Oct 16, 2012.

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  1. David McMillen

    David McMillen Well-Known Member

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    Recently had (gun fitter) make stock set for my K-80. Thought I'd pass on the excellent job that Joe Goldberg did. Thanks Joe

    David McMillen
     
  2. Dr.Longshot

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    WOW ia all I can say for the wood and the K-80, What a proud owner you are of such fine quality.

    Gary Bryant
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  3. Stl Flyn

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    Wow!!! Both the receiver, and the stock! That is a work of art. From what I have seen of Joe's work, it is top quality. What was neat is he showed once, the steps involved in the process of stock making. Pretty cool. Have not seen a post from him lately. Must be busy making stocks like this one. Good job!

    Did you also have a stock made in trap configuration?
     
  4. David McMillen

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    Thanks. Yes, I believe Joe is slightly covered up with work.
     
  5. Dennis DeVault

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    Nice looking work, I will have to give Joe a call about the fine job.

    Dennis DeVault
     
  6. g7777777

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    Nice looking work- I owned a stock set with nearly that exact color and grain pattern at one time

    It compliments the receiver well

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
  7. David McMillen

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    Thanks Gene. Dennis, good luck getting ahold of Joe.
     
  8. David McMillen

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    Thanks reyper. I normally don't keep things very long, but this one is one of the best I've ever owned.
     
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    Joe has a stock set of mine, hope it turns out half as nice.You got a show stopper there! Brad.
     
  10. twoatloweight

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    Dave,that's just plain beautiful!

    Bob
     
  11. Stl Flyn

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    Dreeeeaaam....., dream, dream, dreeeeaaam..... dreeeeeeeeeaaam..... dream, dream, dreaaaam, when I want you ......., in my arms...... That part of the song fits anyways. LOL
     
  12. David McMillen

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    Stu, A dream can come true, if you have enough cash.


    David
     
  13. Stl Flyn

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    I understand! Right now, until then, all I have to do... is dream.
     
  14. kraiza

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    Outstanding...
     
  15. gdbabin

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    The butt and forestock are so very nicely matched.



    Often I see examples that arent.


    Very nice!




    Guy B.
     
  16. David McMillen

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    This is the natural color of the wood set. No stain used.
     
  17. gun fitter

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    Thanks for the complements. It's been a trying summer but I should be caught up and accepting work in about two to three weeks.

    Joe
     
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