Category Archives: Rifle Building

Doan Trevor Original Palma Stock in American Walnut with Stolle Panda Action

Kept busy today working on this Palma rifle. It’s been a bit of a wait to work with this wood. I received a shipment of it from a fellow Palma shooter awhile ago. I’ve been patiently letting cure and dry. … Continue reading

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Finished: Fiddleback Walnut Rimfire for Prone Stock with Stiller 2500 X Action

This piece of wood is the mirror copy of one friend’s rifle, she is a Palma shooter and another friend loved that piece of wood.. so this is for him…… (and his wife didn’t have to take finished picture this … Continue reading

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Finished: Replacing a stock on a CPA Stevens 44 1/2

I took final picture of something!!!! Here’s the whole project finished put back together.

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In Progress: Replacing a stock on a CPA Stevens 44 1/2

I had a request to replace the original sporter stock with a Schutzen stock and palm rests. Will posted finished picture soon.

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Fiddleback Walnut Rimfire for Prone Stock with Stiller 2500 X Action

I decided to put a bedding block that looks pillar bedding once it is completed.

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Finished: Companion F-Class Stock for Golden Bear (Matches a previous stock)

Took pictures of the companion stock that I finished (on my birthday this Summer). Owner loved the previous pistol grip.. I replicated it on the companion stock. (Apparently, Doan likes to take selfies in reflection of things. :D)

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Companion F-Class Stock for Golden Bear (Matches a previous stock)

The owner of THIS STOCK wanted a matching stock for his F-Class rifle. The movie below shows me finding the center line on a stock.  

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Reworking a CZ 457 Match Target Rifle Stock into a F-Class/ARA Stock

I made a 3″ adjustable front slider, then milled a rear slider onto the stock. Tried to match new sliders finish to the original CZ finish. The large piece of aluminum is used to align the rear slider.

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Finished Pictures of “Updating an older McMillan F-Class Stock”

The wife of the owner of this updated stock was nice enough to graciously send me photos of the finished product. 🙂

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Updating an older F-Class McMillian Stock

I had someone come to me that liked their current stock.. and wanted it to have an adjustable cheekpiece. So, I went to work. The photos below show what is really inside this older stock. I refilled the stock in … Continue reading

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Final: Claro Walnut with Barnard Action

Here’s the final stock. It has adjustable cheekpiece and buttplate. Pistol grip cap is a mix of bloodwood and ebony.

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Claro Walnut Stock with a Barnard Action with Bedding Block

Recently, duplicated this Claro Walnut Stock. Its new owner has requested a Barnard Action be dropped into it. Made the bedding block to do this. It will have an adjust cheekpiece and an adjustable buttplate.

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Trudie Fay Wins Another National Fullbore Championship!

Congratulations, My Friend! You did it again! I have had the privilege of building Trudie’s rifles for the last few years.

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We Will Never Forget

Not much for me to say, the video below says it all.   CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO  

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A Different Kind of Woodworking….

This year I entered this Spinning Wheel into the New Mexico State Fair. I did this in my spare time between all of the other projects. I made spinning wheels years ago. And in between spinning wheels, I made rifles … Continue reading

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Pistol Grip for an AR-15 Chassis

This is the same grip pattern I use for the tube guns, but it has been modified for an AR-15 chassis. Safety detent and safety lever have been changed so that the safety lever can rotate. Each grip is customized … Continue reading

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Koa Stock for a Defiance Action

I have had this stock in my collection for awhile. I was contacted by someone who wanted to know if his Rebel Defiance Drop Port Action would fit. He was looking for Koa and I remember that I had this stock … Continue reading

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Final: Duplicated Fiddleback Maple & Walnut Stock for Stolle Panda Big Bore Action

Here we have an example of a polished action. in order to match the action, I polished the rest of the metalwork on this rifle.

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Duplicated Fiddleback Maple & Walnut Stock for Stolle Panda Big Bore Action

A client asked me to customize a stock for him. He sent me a stock that he had and liked and a fiddleback maple & walnut blank that he had previous found. I put them in the duplicator and the … Continue reading

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Prone Stock Long Range for Savage Action Final Pics

The 2 pictures of the back of the stock show the prism effect of the curly maple.

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Prone Stock Long Range for Savage Action

This stock is made to fit four other Savage actions, note the use of the bedding block.

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Pillar Bedding for a Savage Palma Rifle

Cutting a pillar to mate with the Savage action.

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Finished: English Walnut Stock for a Barnard Action

This is just waiting for its new owner to come and get it.  

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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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