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  • #846
    get-the-blue-jay
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    here’s a cupel pics of the forearm I made this morning, as well as the work station.
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    I still need to come up with a better butt plate than what I’ve dealing with now,….possibly I just steal rabbits design,:twisted: or quite being so cheep and get the morgan.

    #28016
    walkonking
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    Now that one is very SLICK looking!

    Very clean lines…..Good job!

    #28020
    rabbits
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    get the blue jay wrote:I still need to come up with a better butt plate than what I’ve dealing with now,….possibly I just steal rabbits design, or quite being so cheep and get the morgan. . mate no worries u can take any off my designs .like the look off that fore grip mate very nice ..now lets c a grip to suit it ,that could be the hard bit ..

    #28033
    photo22
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    That looks great. And it makes the gun look long and I like it 😀

    #28139
    get-the-blue-jay
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    I’m glad you all dig the new one. after running a tin of silver arrows through it (by the way DO NOT buy those pellets, 9 out of 10 hit sideways at 45 yards with about a 7″ group) I decided it’s a keeper, so I’ll take her off and sand it up to 220 or so to really bring that old growth grain out.

    grip???? I guess I’ll start with a stock replica to see what I’m gettin into and go from there, should be interesting to say thr least.

    #28151
    rabbits
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    well get to it ma ladd and lets c some nice clean line,s in the grip

    #28199
    get-the-blue-jay
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    quote rabbits:

    well get to it ma ladd and lets c some nice clean line,s in the grip

    I’ll try for on this weekend if I’m not to sick of sawdust, I’ve been and will be milling fir and redwood all week for a shop on a buddy’s property, so we’ll see if I’m up for it.

    #28224
    bodhisdad
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    quote get the blue jay:

    quote rabbits:

    well get to it ma ladd and lets c some nice clean line,s in the grip

    I’ll try for on this weekend if I’m not to sick of sawdust, I’ve been and will be milling fir and redwood all week for a shop on a buddy’s property, so we’ll see if I’m up for it.

    At least its a soft wood, been at a cocobolo set for awhile turing out nice, but if sinks in water ,means anything to you, you’ll catch my drift.

    Looks very good so far, nice lines, sleek. If i was smarter i’d keep mine simple.
    Stick with the tried and true CPs, JSBs and clones like BSA wolverines, Kodiaks. The others are almost a novelty i tried silver arrows they did OK. JSB predators are the badest, most acurate pellet i’ve yet to shoot, but at $13 a tin they do the same as there non ballistic tip brothers and the heavier kodiaks. A head shot is a head shot be it a $.07 or $.04 pellet. Purchasing a tin is worth it for the experience of shooting a very accurate pellet for everyday shooting its Kodiaks for me.

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