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Old 07-11-2010, 03:27 AM   #61
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Hope these don't offend the purists among us, since both came from pawn shops in polymer stocks.

I love to work in wood, and the bullpup stocks on the market were all overpriced crap, so one thing led to another................love 'em or hate 'em, here are my Yugo and Norinco DP.

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F the purests . Those are very inovative. You have a great brain for fabrication. These things are growing on me. Kinda like that car at the carshow that is "out-there" but after you look around it you begin to realize the thought and skill that was put into it. Really nice Kermit.
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You could sell those things very nice.

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Just find a way to resess the screws/bolts.

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Just find a way to resess the screws/bolts.
Thanks for your comments, everyone. Actually, on the Norinco (not visible from the current pic) I did countersink the screw holes with a Forstner bit.

They are not quite flush due to the thinness of the right half of the stock, but its better than before.

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Thanks for your comments, everyone. Actually, on the Norinco (not visible from the current pic) I did countersink the screw holes with a Forstner bit.

They are not quite flush due to the thinness of the right half of the stock, but its better than before.

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Awesome stuff.
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Sorry Drum. I didn't see this post until today. I really do like the scope out front. I have heard that it is difficult to use a scope with much magnification mounted in a scout configuration like that. Mine works really good. But again it is only a 2x. I can really aquire my target fast with this set up. It is almost as fast as iron sights.
Thanks for the input. I might change it back to a regular scope. I have a couple 2x ones here. One was o the weapon but mounted on a bolt cover rail. I guess if I don't like it I can always change back..heh..I just don't care for the bolt cover mounts much. They have a little wiggle in them and can fall off zero.
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LKermit, not my bag of rags really, but that's some fantastic wood work. You are a talented craftsman.


Here's my plain jane:



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Thanks, JCA1.

Your rifle may be plain jane, but it sure looks like its got some history.

i'd like to get hold of one of the 16" barrel models for a bullpup. Both mine are over 30 inches. They could be as short as 26" and still be legal.

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