Category Archives: Target Shooting

NEW VIDEO: Feeding and Ejecting using Gary Eliseo’s Magazine.

Here is a video showing feeding and ejecting using Gary Eliseo’s Magazine. Installed by me. DISCLAIMER: I am right handed. This rifle is left handed. ūüôā

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NEW VIDEO: Truing and Blueprinting an Action

I’ve putting Clare to work, she shot and edited a video for me. This is a simplified version of what actually happens when I go through this process. A ¬†lot of these tools I made myself years ago, before they … Continue reading

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Lapua Blue FTR Left Handed Rifle Stock Completed

Final completed weight is approximately 4 pounds including all adjustments. ¬†There is a fine line between the super lightweight stocks, and the correct balance required to shoot well. ¬†Not all super lightweight stocks will have the best feel and shoot … Continue reading

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Left-hand English walnut stock for Pierce action Palma Rifle Completed

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Trigger Guard for Mango 52 Rimfire Rifle

Since so many of these rifles are different shapes and configurations, it is preferable to custom make each trigger guard to fit the individual rifle, rather than trying to find a supply source. ¬†That way, after the bedding is complete, … Continue reading

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Final Bedding Mango 52 Winchester Rimfire

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Buttplate Extension for Mango Stock for 52 Winchester

It is difficult when working with some of these stocks to get a long enough extension that will be short enough and long enough at the same time for offhand and prone shooting. ¬†A telescoping extension piece for the buttplate … Continue reading

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Chambering a Rimfire Target Rifle

This is the start of chambering a rimfire target rifle for smallbore. It is important to get everything on center for accuracy. I am doing this with a 4 jaw chuck. After adjustment, it is now on center and ready … Continue reading

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McMillan Stock with Barnard action (Red Chile Pepper)

This was a McMillan blank which I inletted, pillar bedded with 3 pillars and added a recoil lug, and I also painted it Candy Apple Red. ¬† It will be used for open F-Class. ¬†It’s chambered it a 7mm Shehane. … Continue reading

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Modifying and Cleaning a Kenyon trigger for an adjustable trigger shoe

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Curly Maple Pistol Grip

Grip fits Eliseo Tube Gun or would fit AR-15’s or Tubb Gun

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1873 Winchester Rifle Forend and Stock Replacement / Restoration

This was a fun job and a change from target shooting, but the challenge was to replace the stock and forend and keep the authenticity and patina of a gun that is over a hundred years old. ¬†Too shiny is … Continue reading

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F-Class Front Rest Center Column

The reason for cutting this wedge shaped (or tapered) slot is to prevent the center column from crashing when the hold down screw is loosened, causing ¬†black finger disease. ¬†I’ve noticed that some F-Class shooters have injured fingers.  

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