Category Archives: Rifle Building

English Walnut Stock for a Barnard Action

This is using a bedding block that I make.  

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Stuff For Sale

I’ve post a bunch of barrels and items on Accurate Shooter Forum. You can find my profile and look under postings here: My Profile.

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Wood Grip

Another Grip finished. These grips can be custom made for your hand. They can be made to fit a AR-15, AR1-10, Eliseo’s and other metal stocks. Got a little head of myself and sent off the finished grip without finally … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Doan!

Clare here. When I’m in town or not (over the phone), I try to help out posting on this blog (you can blame the spelling errors and broken links on me) for Doan.. who I affectionally call Dad, Pops and … Continue reading

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Finished work on F-Open Claro Walnut Stock for Golden Bear Stolle Panda Action

Finished this rifle! I finished this up on my birthday! And shipped it! Below are pictures of the finishing touches.  Which can be a little scary after all the hard work and time put into each piece, one false move … Continue reading

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More stuff for sale!

Here’s a bunch of vintage “memorabilia” for sale! CLICK HERE!!!! 

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LINK FIXED. Items for Sale.

I put up a bunch of stuff online… Take a look : HERE!!! CLICK HERE!!

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Continuing work on a F-Open Claro Walnut Stock for Golden Bear Stolle Panda Action

I am now in the continuing stages of work on this stock. Since, 3 inch wood in rare to come by, I have added “runners” on the sides of the fore-end. The owner of this rifle has request a longer … Continue reading

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Finished Claro Walnut for 40x Smallbore

Finished this up today. This was made to match his Palma rifle. Take a look.

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Beginning of a F-Open Claro Walnut Stock for Gold Bear Stolle Panda Action

I got a special request for this stock. The owner wanted a low profile and something different done with the pickle forks. (I’m still work on the 40X Smallbore Rifle from the last post.)

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Gunbroker

I put some stuff up on Gunbroker. CLICK HERE Thanks.

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Remington 40x Claro Walnut Prone Stock for Smallbore

This piece of Claro Walnut has different grain because it’s quarter sawn. It’s usually don’t see much quarter sawn wood. It takes a lot of raw material. (Manufactures like Stickley were very well known to use this kind of cut.)  … Continue reading

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Fiddlebacked Claro Walnut Stock for a Barnard Action

The owner of this new stock picked my certificate off the prize table at The Southwest Nationals. He chose a great piece of claro walnut. It has a lot of fiddleback in the forend.  

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Breathing New Life into Old Wood

Over the last 25 years, three moves and three states….. I have a lot of leftover pieces. The other day, I was sorting through all the pieces and thought… why don’t I make laminate stocks.  I laminate a mixture of … Continue reading

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Final Pictures of F-Class BAT Action and Stock

Today, I finished the stock for this project. Also, I included a rail, so it could be used in FTR. Soon, this will be sent to its owner.  

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Anschutz Cheek Adjuster

On the older Anschutz thumbhole stocks, they do not come with a cheek adjuster. The below adaptation solves the problem of not having an adjustable cheekpiece. This cheekpiece is adjustable for front & rear tilt, cast on & cast off, … Continue reading

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Work Continues onF-Class MB BAT Action

Bedded the action with the bedding block and added the wood for the forend. Sometimes it’s just easier to use your Grandfather’s technology. And, yes that’s a #4 Bailey Plane……  

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F-Class for BAT Action

I’m making a stock for a 1.5″ action. I’m, also, going to make a bedding block, but it will look like it’s pillar bedded. Will be adding material to the front of the stock for a forend.

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Sometimes you have to do something different…..

I usually work almost seven days a week. Sometimes, I need to do something different. My daughters,  both have cutting boards… I wanted to make Sue’s something different. So, I made her a matching set. Cheese board and cutting board.

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Nicely Figured Walnut for Barnard Action

This stock has beautiful figures… especially the sunburst near the back of the stock. As usually, I didn’t take as many in-process photos because I got busy working on it.  

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Walther KK500 Forend

On the aluminum stock, a few shooters have come to think that the forend is a little narrow. I recently had a request for a fix. From the pictures you can see it took me two attempt. Learning by doing. … Continue reading

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FTR Stock with Barnard Action Rosewood Pistol Grip Cap

While working on the cheekpiece many burls (flowers) were revealed. Also, did some lightening on the forend, so that a heavier barrel could be used in the future.  

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Updating a K. Kenyon Trigger for a 52 Winchester

The trigger shoe on the original Kenyon triggers do not fit well when 52’s are put into different stocks. The only solution is to add a trigger shoe that can be adjusted for different positions. To do this the trigger … Continue reading

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Palma rifle with Stolle Panda action with highly figured walnut stock

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Repaired Swindlehurst smallbore rifle stock

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