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Old 09-05-2013, 10:34 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Yes there will be a trigger guard made for it just needed to know if this stock was the one for you.

Humm..... would you like a matching wood pump grip for her or do you like the delrin type..

And I am glad you like her - she is pretty slick looking with a unique style all her own....

( I made the stock this morning and this shape just seemed to flow out of the block of wood I used. The grains of this wood were talking to me the whole time).

Now - about that pump handle.... What are we going to do there)
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Old 09-05-2013, 11:01 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Yes there will be a trigger guard made for it just needed to know if this stock was the one for you.

Humm..... would you like a matching wood pump grip for her or do you like the delrin type..

And I am glad you like her - she is pretty slick looking with a unique style all her own....

( I made the stock this morning and this shape just seemed to flow out of the block of wood I used. The grains of this wood were talking to me the whole time).

Now - about that pump handle.... What are we going to do there)
Ok sweet Ya the grain looks amazing, And for pump handle I was thinking Delrin pump handle if that's possible. But what do you think would look best and perform best?
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Old 09-19-2013, 10:27 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Here are a few pics of marker powdercoated and ready to
assemble. The powdercoat is 90% flat black. Looks good with
the red/black pirate stock.
Well - the pics sure look better from my camera, will take new ones tommorrow and show more.
Zoom in for details...

Pics..


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Dang! This is nice!
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That is one of, if not the best looking Pirate stocks I have ever seen. The curves in it are just sexy.

Do you hand cut and file your square pieces and other parts for the sights and stuff?
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Thanks guys, And yes I use the dremmel and files to cut and shape most all pieces.

On the stocks, jig saw, router to inlet, files and sandpaper to finish.

I will take new pictures tommorrow and replace these with some with more detail showing....
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You truly are a craftsman. I pretty much knew you did but everything always looks so nice and clean I just had to ask. If your like me you probably go through a lot of band aids and are generally never without a busted knuckle or sliced digit, I hurt myself quite often working on things like that.
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Old 09-19-2013, 11:32 PM   #28 (permalink)
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Hahaha - How right you are.

Right now I have two sm. gouges on my thumb from the jig saw, a lil puncture wound from a 1/16" drill bit and numerous slices and nicks from the file work..
Life is good...
(oh - blue painters tape for the thumb and ignoring the rest)..
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Old 09-20-2013, 08:30 PM   #29 (permalink)
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Detail pics

As promised here are some better pics showing more detail.

Zoom in for a closer look....
She has a name now: 'BLACK BETTY'


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Dude, beautiful work as always. Going to have to start a Walz action shot thread soon so these beauties can get some more camera love.

Once again, great work.
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