Well, I built a benchrest stock (#140) from this exotic wood, thought I would try a thumbhole.
I’ve been rebuilding and tweeking my templates I use to cut the inletting. I figured using the OSB will be a better choice of wood, just in case my inlet tweeks aren’t what they should be.
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I love it. Do you do custom orders? An OSB sporter/carbine squirrel rifle in 17 Mach 2 would be incredible.
Iím glad to hear from you guys who like the exotic woods. You get thinking about it, it should be a very stable stock. Thereís probably as much waterproof glue as there is wood. The first one I did was just for fun and when I saw how cool it looked, I had to do another. Your not gonna get a nice smooth surface, like other wood stocks, but thatís not everything. Iím sure Iíll be doing another one sometime.
To answer your question, Iím only building 10/22 stocks, to sell.
Thanks for the nice comment.
I thank you for your innovations,
nice to see someone push the envelope.
Thanks for the nice comment. Iíve never been that guy, who wants what everyone else has. To me, thatís boring. If youíve followed my builds the past few years, youíll know what Iím talking about.
Iím sure my stocks arenít near the quality as those coming out of a duplicator or cnc machine, but their original and one of a kind.