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Recommendations for inleting tools

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by noatrophy, Apr 3, 2013.

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  1. noatrophy

    noatrophy Member

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    I've just bought a walnut replacement buttstock and forearm for a Stevens 311, 20 gauge dbl. shotgun. The forearm needs some wood removed where the barrels go. What type of inletting tool(s) would be best for this? I have weak, old shoulders so I'll need something that requires a minimum effort to do the wood removal. Many thanks guys for all your help.

    Harry Dinwiddie
     
  2. Stl Flyn

    Stl Flyn Well-Known Member

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    Click the link. Some tool of this nature.
     
  3. noatrophy

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    Thanks Stl. That's exactly what I needed to see.
     
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    I have used sticky back sandpaper on tubing that is a lttle smaller than barrell use rough paper for a lot of wood removal.
     
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    Please resist the urge to use a dremel tool.......
     
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    Harry I'm thinking I have something like this at home.
    After work tonight I'll go look if you can wait until tomorrow.
     
  7. noatrophy

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    Thanks Rick. I sent a p.m. Let me know. Thanks.

    Harry
     
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