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Old 03-23-2019, 12:22 PM
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again, not what I was expecting...that does look like some type of strange exotic wood!



what does this stock weigh? how does the weight compare to your usual design/woods... is it heavier, lighter, or about the same?
I don’t really have a way to weight the stock, but I think it’s a little heavier than a walnut. I’m sure the glue adds a little weight. Looks like the glue is only on the surface of the chips, not impregnated in the wood, like the laminate stocks are. Before glueing the sheets together, I sanded the surface, to give the wood glue good bonding strength. Seemed to be pretty solid.
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Hi larry, that looks amazing now that you have put the lacquer on .F17 is a structural ply bonded with marine glue 19mm thick. Weight of this one is 2 lb 14ozs.Scott.
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Hi larry, that looks amazing now that you have put the lacquer on .F17 is a structural ply bonded with marine glue 19mm thick. Weight of this one is 2 lb 14ozs.Scott.
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Thatís a nice stock. I guess the dark lines are glue. Baltic birch is similar, except for the dark lines.
I wonder if that stuff is available in the us.
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I actually really like the looks of this stock! Makes me want to try doing one myself
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I actually really like the looks of this stock! Makes me want to try doing one myself
Myself, l like the different look. Probably not many of these around and it should be a very stable stock for a benchrest shooter.
If you consider building one, i would recommend sanding all surfaces. Wood glue may not work like itís intended unless the surface is clean.
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