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Painted stock for new shooter

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by bigbore613, Jul 10, 2007.

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  1. bigbore613

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    Here are some pics of a stock set I did for a freind of mines son. First one I've done. A standard weight 20 with a full choke 3 inch barrel and a skeet barrel. Should be a hoot. Also first adjustable comb and fully adjustable for length of pull and twist of pad. At the shortest the pull is 12 and a 1/2 inches.Comb had to be cut straight at the back because of how short it is.This was a standard field stock cut to parallel and a new comb made. Jeff
     
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    #11 Funny look in last three pics is reflection of metalflake in the clear. Jeff
     
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    Tron I know you just loved the donor gun that was used for the All American paint job.

    jeff it ddoes look good for sure.


    Foggy
     
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    Impressive!! Spray gun or rattle cans?
     
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    I used to restore Corvettes , Camaro's and alot of other stuff.Had top of the line spray equiptment 15 years ago now obsolete , all Binks and Sharpe. I am getting used to the new gravity feed stuff, Sharpe and Iwata. This could be done with spray bombs with patience. Bob are you coming to Fred on the 20th? If so I will try to get the gun for you to see. Jeff
     
  15. ec90t

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    Jeff,

    Tron wants to know if you can do one in Red, Green, and White paint job for his Beretta! Lol.

    Very nice work! The younster who you did this for is probably a little prouder of his gun these days!

    ec90t
     
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    Crown royal and a Redlin print in the background. My kind of painter!
     
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    Setterman,

    Now that you mention it, Jeff has quite a selection of refreshments!

    ec90t
     
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    Wow, great paint job. Thanks for sharing your excellent work.
     
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    i don't think my Kolar custom grade could handle these stocks. it may turn around and shoot me. lol
     
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    My kreighoff has Hilmer wood. Sometimes the youngsters like wacky things and anything that gets them to shoot more .... I would rather shoot anything that fits over anything that doesn't. Jeff
     
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