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My new stock

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by smsnyder, Mar 25, 2011.

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  1. smsnyder

    smsnyder Well-Known Member

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    Proto type stock fitted to me. Lots off set, deep palm swell and lots of toe out. 14 weeks to get finished product. Made for a Blaser. Built by Wigins. Harlem Campbell design.
     
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    A beauty in bondo :)

    Might be doing something similar for myself soon for an 1100 using one of their DIY new americans as a starting point.
     
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    YOu might check with "Wenig's"... They do that kind of work too.
     
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    Lots of offset, lots of heel drop, lots of toe out, Harlan Campbell design ?? OK I am very curious how to make the whole 'twisted sister' concept work for me. I have average length neck with just a little cast off and adjustable recoil pad for 2 3/4 inch heel drop and some toe out. Is the 'heads up' style only for a certain body build or is the stock fitting ideas of 30 years ago now obsolete ??
     
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    How is it gonna be finished? Paint or dip?
     
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    Wenig's is building the stock. The stock is very comnfortable. NOTHING TO THINK ABOUT once gun is mounted. This is only a proto type stock. They copy the stock to a real stock. Getting Turkish Walnut grade 2. They can custom fit anyone.
     
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    Hey Earl: Nice stock...... though it might have been simpler to have an orthopedic surgeon reposition your neck and reshape your head. Probably wouldn't take 14 weeks either. By the way your stockmaker is "Wenig's". Good shooting buddy...your friend, Crazy Chester

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    2 Dollar pistol. Now that made me laff.... good one.
     
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    Harlem, Harland, Harlin, Harem, Harry, Harley, Hardly, Heartland. I think I like Hardly. Campbell's soup. His new nickname shall be "Hardly mmmm-mmmmm Good".

    Of course, we all KNOW that he's good...it's justa nickname, after all.
     
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