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K80 eye candy left hand shooters

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Taxidermy, Nov 7, 2010.

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  1. Taxidermy

    Taxidermy Active Member

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    Here are 3 K80'S that I have stocked for my personal use , not for sale. All are 32 inch barrels sporting, super sport and pro sport. Wood I used is myrtle, english and french walnut. hope you like my work. thanks Ronnie
     
  2. skeet_man

    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    You're making a fellow southpaw jealous!
     
  3. michshooter

    michshooter TS Member

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    Ronnie:
    Superb work! Truly you are a master craftsman. As another port side shooter, I am envious and jealous. Thanks for showing them.

    ....Paul
     
  4. Ahab

    Ahab Well-Known Member

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    Beeeeutiful!
     
  5. Taxidermy

    Taxidermy Active Member

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    Will add photo's of my feild gun stocks later. thanks Ronnie
     
  6. little gambler

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    What's with the grip cap design? What is the black in there? Interesting. l.g.
     
  7. senior smoke

    senior smoke Well-Known Member

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    Left or right handed those are some beautiful shotguns.
    Steve Balistreri
     
  8. Taxidermy

    Taxidermy Active Member

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    The grips are called widows peak and it is ebony, thanks Ronnie
     
  9. dcb_wvu

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    Ronnie,

    Good stuff. Thanks for sharing. I'll post mine in Exhibition Maple when it is completed this winter. Right now it is a block of wood, but December is getting closer.

    Courtney
     
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    I'm going to have to make an appointment with you in order to see how those stocks fit me. I'm going to have a stock made for my One touch and Kolar.

    Andy
     
  11. Mr.M

    Mr.M Supporting Vendor Supporting Vendor

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    Ronnie,

    Nice color and stripe in the Myrtlewood. When you're ready to replace the Myrtlewood in your inventory, let me know. Started doing the final (dry wood) planing of over 600 sets this past weekend. I'll show a couple here on TS.com occasionally. Beautiful work on all guns pictured from another south-paw.

    Mike Mann
     
  12. Ted K.

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    I'm looking to install better-than-average comb hardware (the posts and plates, etc.) in a couple of stocks that are being made for me. I'm familiar with the stuff Graco offers, but I'm hoping to find something better. What did you use?

    Ted K.
     
  13. Taxidermy

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    I have used Graco and I have also made my own. If I use Graco I use the 3 1/2 plates and drill them to be screwed down instead of glue, I have had the tap strip on the post adjustment and it is an easy fix with removing the screws. Hope this helps, thanks Ronnie
     
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    Working on 3 Blaser stocks and forends, one is Myrtle, second is claro walnut and third is turkish. Will post pictures when finished. thanks Ronnie
     
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