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#21 carzngunz

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Posted 16 February 2008 - 09:03 PM

Excellent job weaver77! This is much appreciated. I have one of those stocks that I am getting ready to start on. This is very helpful.

#22 bilurey

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Posted 22 February 2008 - 02:44 AM

I just found your post. Wonderful job, this definately needs to be archived, then printed up and sold to newbies who really need some clear guidance, and this is the best illustrated description I've ever seen.

Wish I had seen this 40 years ago when I took measurments out of gun magazines and the Gun Digests, then, stood and looked for a day or two before removing any wood or metal. Only messed up one stock, but, turned out quite a few uninspired stocks on flat sawn, utility grade, roughly shaped and inletted, walnut 2x4s.

Congratulations and thank you. Sincerest regards, Bill






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