Monthly Archives: April 2013

Barnard Action with Bedding Block and 3 Action Screws

This can be used with either two or three action screws so that a different action can be used in one stock.

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Bedding Complete on Bastone Fiddleback Fortner Stock

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Bastone Walnut with Complete Fiddleback Being Inletted for a Fortner Biathalon Action

Normally Fortner actions are used for Biathlon. The owner wanted this left-handed action.

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Bastone Walnut with Complete Fiddleback

Contouring the butt plate

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Congratulations to Derek Rodgers!

Congratulations to Derek Rodgers for taking first place in the first-ever Sinclair International East Coast Fullbore Nationals (ECN) was held at Camp Butner (NC) on April 18-21, 2013.  Here is a link to the article written by Accurate Shooter . Here are … Continue reading

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Bastone Walnut with Complete Fiddleback

Cutting the slot for the thumbwheel

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Bastone Walnut with Complete Fiddleback

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Finished Grip for Eliseo Tube Gun

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F-Class F/TR

The goal was to create a lightweight stock for F/TR class shooting. The stock finishes at 3 lbs. 7 oz. The weight includes the adjustable buttplate, the adjustable cheek piece, trigger guard, action screws, bedding and bedding block, and front … Continue reading

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Thumbhole Anschutz Stock Completed

This is a thumbhole stock that did not have an adjustable cheekpiece on it. In the process of building the cheekpiece, the owner wanted the stock refinished with the goal of keeping it as original as possible. See refinishing in … Continue reading

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Morgen Fullmer in Africa

Scott Fullmer’s daughter Morgan is in Africa a Palma Match.  I finished the rifle for her a few weeks ago – here are the finished pictures. Good Luck, Morgan!

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