November 23, 2007 at 7:49 pm #846
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.November 23, 2007 at 9:00 pm #28016walkonkingParticipant
Now that one is very SLICK looking!
Very clean lines…..Good job!November 23, 2007 at 9:15 pm #28020rabbitsParticipant
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 ..November 24, 2007 at 3:03 am #28033photo22Participant
That looks great. And it makes the gun look long and I like it 😀November 26, 2007 at 3:51 pm #28139
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.November 26, 2007 at 6:57 pm #28151rabbitsParticipant
well get to it ma ladd and lets c some nice clean line,s in the gripNovember 27, 2007 at 4:37 pm #28199quote rabbits:
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.November 27, 2007 at 9:37 pm #28224bodhisdadParticipantquote get the blue jay:
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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