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Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Dennis DeVault, Mar 13, 2008.

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  1. Dennis DeVault

    Dennis DeVault Well-Known Member

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    This is to show that we are an equal opportunity stock manufacturer. This is the new Kolar Max Trap that we were given the chance to make wood for. The customer supplied the wood and it was purchased from Scattergun Stocks, Mr. Bobby Emerick. The wood is Turkish Walnut, the checking is 22 LPI. Thank you for taking time to observe.

    Dennis DeVault & Crew

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  2. spritc

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    I know George is gonna love that gun. Beautiful work Dennis!

    Steve
     
  3. Baron23

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    Very, very nice, Dennis. And boy...that is one heck of a stick of wood!

    Personally I'm not a big fleur de lis guy except perhaps on an older vintage gun, but these look very, very well done. Congrats.

    Cheers
     
  4. white rattler

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    Dennis a great looking job. About how much money to fit me and install on a 2005 p. gun. Trevor Dawe.
     
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    What's the LOP on that stock??? Using the Monte Carlo as a guide, it looks to be in the 17" area!

    Ed
     
  6. Dennis DeVault

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    Hi Trevor,

    The fitting and labor for the complete job is $2,100.00. We are going to be doing our first 2005 Perazzi in a couple of weeks. The only probl;em with the new higher rib guns is getting wood that is big enough to stuff everything into the blank. Sorry to say but those blanks are not coming cheap.

    Dennis
     
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    Dennis, very nice workmanship. The stock seem to have a very long 'length of trigger pull dimension'. What is the trigger pull length on this stock? Just curious. Again, super job, well done. Thanks for sharing with us. Tom
     
  8. ArmyMechanic

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    That is perdyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy :D anyone else got wood??
     
  9. AveragEd

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    Tom, I haven't done any competitive shooting in two years and probably won't until I get this eye problem sorted out. I saw doctor number six for this condition last week and am awaiting some news from him. I do shoot 100 singles almost every Sunday morning just to keep from getting too rusty.

    Ed
     
  10. kelly andersen

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    That is a work of art, Beautiful work Dennis !!!
     
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    It's almost a shame to put checkering on a piece of wood that beautiful.
     
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    Once again a great piece of work. What amazes me is the price is so very fair for the excellent quality Dennis produces. Great work Dennis.

    Mark Zauhar
     
  13. Dennis DeVault

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    The lemgth of pull on the stock is 15-3/4" it was a long one.

    Dennis
     
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