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$$$$$ Wenig Trip July 2007 $$$$$

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  1. skip

    skip Member

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    Some Photos of How Wenig Makes A Stock.


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  2. Jwints525

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    Hi Skip,
    Yup been there and done that. Nice Pictures, I guess it is kinda hard to take a picture when they are fitting you for that stock. Got there at 7:30 AM and that try stock gets fitted and fitted and fitted before they take you out to the patterning board and to shoot some birds before they put it in the machine to take the blank and make a workable stock out of it. Then it's back to the fitting and fitting and more fitting, this time without the bondo and the rasp is used sparingly on what will become the finished stock. Then back to the patterning board and the birds when they think it is right. They seal the stock and you go home with it (around 3:30PM) to shoot for a couple of months. You only send it back to be checkered and finished if you are happy with the fit. After between 4 and 6 weeks you get the finished stock back.
    Expensive but worth every penny. Scores improved dramatically.
     
  3. Jwints525

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    Hi Skip,
    Yup been there and done that. Nice Pictures, I guess it is kinda hard to take a picture when they are fitting you for that stock. Got there at 7:30 AM and that try stock gets fitted and fitted and fitted before they take you out to the patterning board and to shoot some birds before they put it in the machine to take the blank and make a workable stock out of it. Then it's back to the fitting and fitting and more fitting, this time without the bondo and the rasp is used sparingly on what will become the finished stock. Then back to the patterning board and the birds when they think it is right. They seal the stock and you go home with it (around 3:30PM) to shoot for a couple of months. You only send it back to be checkered and finished if you are happy with the fit. After between 4 and 6 weeks you get the finished stock back.
    Expensive but worth every penny. Scores improved dramatically.
     
  4. skip

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    That's what I did, I'll send the stock back this winter before the Winter League starts.


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