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Old 08-17-2009, 02:18 PM
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Thanks for the interest in this project. Things are moving along... although slowly as I have been crazy busy this summer. Hopefully I'll be able to get this thing completed soon and I'll post up some photos.
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Old 08-18-2009, 08:11 AM
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It sure whould have been great to have had a REAL SV-99 stock just happen to have fallen into your baggage on the way home.
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I think I know how the stock quick connect assembly is build. Very clever design and easy to manufacture.
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Old 08-28-2009, 09:56 PM
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I think I know how the stock quick connect assembly is build. Very clever design and easy to manufacture.
I could tell you....but then I'd have to kill you.....
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Old 08-29-2009, 12:53 AM
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I could tell you....but then I'd have to kill you.....
There is a pin, four screws to mount the front. Single screw to mount the rear.
Almost the same design on Saigas. I think they still use the drill press and hand files instead of the CNC machine tools to make them
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Old 08-31-2009, 11:05 AM
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I'll get some pics of it for you in a bit if you are really interested. You are correct in that each stock front and back are hand fitted at the factory. In fact the front stock and buttstock pieces both are stamped with a serial number in order to help match them up. I was playing with several of them and mix-matching the front and backs I could definitely come up with combinations that wouldn't fit together. I was very pleased to find though what a stable, solid, and comfortable shooting platform the SV-99 and SV-98 stocks provide.
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I'll get some pics of it for you in a bit if you are really interested. You are correct in that each stock front and back are hand fitted at the factory. In fact the front stock and buttstock pieces both are stamped with a serial number in order to help match them up. I was playing with several of them and mix-matching the front and backs I could definitely come up with combinations that wouldn't fit together. I was very pleased to find though what a stable, solid, and comfortable shooting platform the SV-99 and SV-98 stocks provide.
Thank you for your offer. I got the pictures of the coupler, good enough quality to reveal the design details. Still wondering why they don't use modern technology to mass produce the coupler. I am more impressed with the overall design of the stock. Do you have a dimensional drawings of the whole stock or butt-stock in particular. I am thinking of some stock improvement to the Remington Model5 Youth rifle for my sons. Very good metal, terrible stock.
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Sorry....no dimensional drawings at this time, but trying to copy it a bit for your sons' rifles is a good idea as it feels very natural and ergonomic to hold. I also played with the experimental polymer stock and while I understand some of the manufacturing and environmental reasons for considering the change to it the wood stock that they currently have feels a lot better to me; I wouldn't change a thing.
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I'll get some pics of it for you in a bit if you are really interested....
Dude, post the pictures - please.
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Did I post this photo yet?

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I will require one of those stocks
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I would like one too

I just hapen to have a spare BB in the safe not being used
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Old 09-16-2009, 06:36 AM
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I got to say that is impressive, are they out of the country?

I see that the first three are of the same design then you have the new synthetic stock then the last one looks like its a bit different, whats the story with the last one?

Aom22 is going to be over the moon about this, he will think that Christmas has come early.

Cheers for the pics
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