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You do beautiful work . I think it would look very rich stained or hand rubbed oil finish
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I was wondering have you ever thought of milling an aluminum block to hold the action then bolting the stock and forend on it like a shotgun?

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I was wondering have you ever thought of milling an aluminum block to hold the action then bolting the stock and forend on it like a shotgun?

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Thanks for checking out this strange build. To answer your question, yes I have, but I figured it would be too expensive to mess with.
When I was doing some Howa centerfire builds, I was gonna build a chassis out of epoxy, by building a wood frame around the receiver and filling it with epoxy. I figured a block of solid epoxy would be very stable and I could afford that.
You could do the same thing with the 10/22 receiver.
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Nice idea but I don't have your skill or talent.

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Thanks for checking out the stock. I may have to do a little experimenting on different stain. When you have this many different woods together, itís only gonna appeal to a very few people. The rest will just laugh, thatís what makes it a fun project. I wish more members would let me know what they think about my project.
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This is a very different, yet cool looking stock. If you ever create a webpage, this may be one to show, along with some of the other styles you make.

#211 is on it's way and I can't wait to see it !
I will give a report when it arrives.
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#211 is on it's way and I can't wait to see it !
I will give a report when it arrives.
Hope you're happy with # 211, I'm "over the moon" with # 209.
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#211 is on it's way and I can't wait to see it !
I will give a report when it arrives.
Hope you're happy with # 211, I'm "over the moon" with # 209. <img src="https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/images/smilies/sthumb.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Blue Thumb" class="inlineimg" />
209 and 211 are 2 of my favorites. I don't remember what number mine was, I think back in the 180's.
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209 and 211 are 2 of my favorites. I don't remember what number mine was, I think back in the 180's.
Your stock was 170
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209 and 211 are 2 of my favorites. I don't remember what number mine was, I think back in the 180's.
Your stock was 170
Larry
Thanks I just went back and looked. I'm thinking of having you build me a new stock for that one. I'd like to replace it with more of a bench style stock like 209 & 211.
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Thanks I just went back and looked. I'm thinking of having you build me a new stock for that one. I'd like to replace it with more of a bench style stock like 209 & 211.
Just get with me sometime and weíll work out some details. Iíve made a few changes on the way I do things.
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Thanks I just went back and looked. I'm thinking of having you build me a new stock for that one. I'd like to replace it with more of a bench style stock like 209 & 211.
I forgot how nice your stock was.
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Thanks I just went back and looked. I'm thinking of having you build me a new stock for that one. I'd like to replace it with more of a bench style stock like 209 & 211.
Every time you post pics of that bad boy I get a smile.

Seriously. It's SO well sorted.

Go ahead and get another one of Larry's gems. Why not, right?!
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On a side note

While we're in here posting...

I decided to go ahead and do a little work to # 209.

I gave her a good go over with 0000 steel wool, followed with 3M Scotch-Brite 7445 "white" pad. Supposed to be 1200-1500 grit equiv.

I was going to progressively wet sand 1500-2000-2500-3000 but truthfully I'm happy with it after the 7445 pad rub. May do the sanding come spring.. we shall see.

Also, following up with Meguiar's Ultimate Compound then Renaissance Wax. I must say, the "R" wax is a PITA if not done correctly. It dries right now fast... so ya need to work it in small sections. But, it's doable. Time consuming...

I'll get fresh pics posted after it's all said-n-done.
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Thanks I just went back and looked. I'm thinking of having you build me a new stock for that one. I'd like to replace it with more of a bench style stock like 209 & 211.
I forgot how nice your stock was.
Larry
I absolutely love the stock but almost all my rimfire shooting is done off the bench. It's not too bad off the bench but being more of a sporter style stock I would be better off with a full bench build. I'll definitely let you know when the time comes.
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