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Project by Moosesman posted 457 days ago 651 views 1 time favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is my first stock project still in progress. Will post more pics when completed. I think I’m going to use try-oil as a finish. Any suggestions would be great.

-- Danny, kentucky





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Moosesman

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#1 posted 457 days ago

Haha both pics are upside down. Haven’t got the pic posting down yet. Oh and I meant tru-oil. Dang auto “not”correct

-- Danny, kentucky

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pjones46

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#2 posted 457 days ago

Was it difficult to inlet the stock to the action? Looks really great even if the pictures are down side up.
pj

-- God is great, the Beer is good and people are Crazy. www.pauljoneswoodworks.com

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NaptownWood

242 posts in 470 days


#3 posted 457 days ago

yeah, I second the question that pjones asked…..

how do you reconcile the crazy different profiles..3d profiles of the action in that, or any other rifle?

-- Witty signature line still pending

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Moosesman

60 posts in 1101 days


#4 posted 456 days ago

Pjones yes that was the most difficult part of the project. Drilling and cutting and chiseling the notch out. From what I’ve read best way is to use a lathe to get the holes drilled. I think next time I will try to borrow a lathe. I was fortunate to have a large slab of wood. And unfortunate that I needed most of it.

-- Danny, kentucky

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Knothead62

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#5 posted 454 days ago

I have used Tru-Oil on gunstocks and reel seats. Works great. Make sure it is completely dry between coats and follow directions to the letter. Inletting is something you can’t do in a hurry. Nice job!

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Marty5965

158 posts in 542 days


#6 posted 454 days ago

Nice job. You going to fit a Butt plate or just shape it?

-- Marty, Columbus, OH, learning every day....

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