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K32 San Remo english walnut

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Taxidermy, Jan 8, 2013.

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  1. Taxidermy

    Taxidermy Active Member

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    Here a stock and forend I finished on my San Remo trap gun, It is a left hand new american pattern from Wenig. Tell me what you think, not as nice as the turkish I finished for Steve. thanks Ronnie
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  2. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    Top Shelf!
     
  3. morgaj1

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    Wow, that looks great.
     
  4. dshot

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    Excellent, to bad it's a lefty
     
  5. drgondog

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    That is very nice work.. the quality of the craft exceeds the quality of the 'palette' as the wood isn't quite up to the checkering standard.
     
  6. Taxidermy

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    drgondog, I agree. I only had $50 it this set when I started and thought I will use it on my own gun, if it gets dinged at a shoot I will not feels so bad. I also enjoy what I do. thanks Ronnie
     
  7. Rebel Sympathy

    Rebel Sympathy Well-Known Member

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    Very pretty, Ronnie.

    Mike
     
  8. andybull

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    Ronnie:

    Do you layout and make the cut yourself on the comb to make it adjustable?
     
  9. Taxidermy

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    Yes, Andy I lay my cuts for comb that fits the stock the best in looks and workmanship for the shooter, thanks Ronnie
     
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    If I need anything checkered.....I coming to you!!!! Very Nice!!!
     
  11. andybull

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    Is there a reason as to why you make your cut on the top of the comb, as opposed to the front, beyond the radius?
     
  12. Bill61

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    Really nice work to say the lease. I really like the blend of carving and checkering. How do you like the new american pattern for the stock? Did you have them do the inletting? I am a lefty also and make my own stocks so that they will fit me. What is the checkering LPI? The carving looks flat in plane with the stock, am I correct? How much cast on is the typical Wenig LF hand new american stock? I am considering sending a turkish walnut blank to Wenig to get the new american pattern and I am wondering how you like it. My gun will be for skeet/sporting clays and I like a little smaller stock unless it really fits me.

    Any feedback will be appreciated.

    Thanks, Bill
     
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