Another beautiful piece of wood to work on.
Another beautiful piece of wood to work on.
This is the 3rd installment my 52C Winchester project.
Finally, the action and the stock has come together. There’s a scope rail that has to be made to fit on the action.
Soon, I’ll find scope and test this one out.
I’ve been shooting a 37 Remington for over 20 years. It’s been extreme accurate with the Hart Barrel. Others that have shot this same model have been set records that will never be broken. It’s not the easiest rifle to shoot on the line.
The pictures below are going to be my new rifle. I figured after 20 years that it was time.
In the pictures I’m sizing an action for bedding.
I put a moveable trigger shoe on a Wright Allen trigger. Also, made a feed ramp and made a recoil lug. The recoil lug on the original 52 Winchester sometimes isn’t deep enough to do the job properly. Here in lies the problem with this receiver. I added a middle action screw that screws into the feed ramp.
Updating Palma Rifle to shoot FTR.
Installed magnets in cheekpiece.
Made a rear slide to ride rear bag.
Her 2nd California Bear!
She won a California Bear.
I have new blanks in the shop. Take a look. There are 2 pictures of each blank.
#1-#3: These are Turkish Walnut
#4: This one is English Walnut
#5: This one is Koa
Worked on this stock last week. It’s chambered for a .223.
I’ve been working on another grip.
I finished this up on Christmas Morning before Clare and Jonathon arrived.
Pre-64 Winchesters require a magazine box to feed the ammo, therefore these take a little bit more work.
Happy New Years to all of you and your families.
This piece of wood was a bit of a challenge. The grain is absolutely stunning, but since it’s not straight sanding it made the wood “fray”. Totally worth it in the end!
It’s a V-Block for a Barnard.
Warner # 1 Sight Rear Sight: Low mileage, Excellent condition, comes with sunshade and rear aperture.
Scott Riles 22mm Front Sight: 3/4 inch barrel escutcheon, 4-6mm aperture, .5 diopter lens, excellent condition, front and rear sunshades.
Both together $950.00 + free shipping.
Call Doan to ask question or purchase.
First come, first serve.
Last week was the Spirit of America Math in Raton. It was a great time shooting and seeing everybody.
Below are photo of some of the winners:
Trudie Fay – High Senior – Grand Aggragate & High Senior
Jerry Illif – Commradree & RR
Jim Gaines – High Grand Senior
The last picture is me kneeling with people that shot rifles that I built at the match
Left to Right: Jim Foster, John Hoffman, Stefan Bunde, Trudie Fay, John Friguglietti, Jerry Illif, Jim Gaines and Keith Hoverstad.
Back in February we rescued a puppy found in a barn. We named him Barney. He’s a very inquisitive and happy puppy.
Apparently, he’s my new shooting coach. Checking my shooting position and natural point of aim.
Here’s part one of a video on duplicating two walnut stocks that I’m working on. There will be a part 2 of this video and more related videos.
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This McMillian Stock was bedded for an Anschutz 2000. I filled it in with bedding compound and bedded for the Voodoo Action. Also, had to get a color kit from McMillan to match the original colors of the stock. Then, I finished it with a two part clear coat and buffed to a shine.
He won the Idaho Challenge Shield.
I changed gears and worked on a non-target rifle.
Someone I’ve know for 20+ years had an Enfield P action and no stock. The Enfield has a rather large action due to the trigger and magazine box, so I modified the stock from a Winchester Pre-64 scope stock.
This rifle is chamber with .338/06.
God Bless, Sergeant York.
Luke walked down the street to let me know that he used one of the rifles that I worked on.
Congratulations on a job well done!
This is a piece of Claro Walnut with a lot of fiddleback for a Barnard Action. This will be used for long range with a sling.
This is fiddleback through and through… stem to stern.
I received this stock and it was covered with faux carbon fiber tape. While taping the tape off I discovered it was previous painted Lapua Blue. It had a drop port in it. I had to fill where the trigger was. Also, cut the cheekpiece off and filled in that area. I did this so the owner could have an adjustable cheekpiece and buttplate. Bedded it for a Stolle Panda F-Class action.
The paint job on this brought me back to when I painted motorcycle tanks. The new red color is similar to the Soul Red on the new Mazadas. It involves a number of different base coats. Then the metallic coast and a clear coat.