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Old 10-24-2009, 05:45 PM   #11
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That's a very pretty 10/22 I like the blue and gold. Barrel is pretty unique also, what do you plan to shoot with it? competition? or squirrels?

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That's a very pretty 10/22 I like the blue and gold. Barrel is pretty unique also, what do you plan to shoot with it? competition? or squirrels?
Thanks. As built, silhouette/steel. I can and will change back to the Hogue OM stock on the trips to the woods for squirrels with this one. My other 10/22 rides in a Boyds Blaster with GM heavy, and it can also go back in the factory Ruger target model stock sporting a GM stainless fluted barrel. Quick options for me (us) on both of our 10/22s. It's good to be modular.
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Still waiting on the ER shaw barrel. Got all the rest. Biatch, grip, grumble, mudder, fuss. The $hitbirds didn't ship it till I called them Monday.

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Should have it by the weekend!!

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Bobby,.......... Pictures, pictures, we want pictures (feet stomping, shoe hiting table top).

Ram Rod - how many coats of "clear coat" do have on that stock. It looks great.

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Bobby,.......... Pictures, pictures, we want pictures (feet stomping, shoe hiting table top).

Ram Rod - how many coats of "clear coat" do have on that stock. It looks great.

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You'll get a full run of pictures when the rest of the freaking parts show up from the slow A$$ shippers. Mumble, Grumble, grip.
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Bobby,.......... Pictures, pictures, we want pictures (feet stomping, shoe hiting table top).

Ram Rod - how many coats of "clear coat" do have on that stock. It looks great.

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Thank you...my very first attempt at finishing a stock. Twelve total coats on it. I keep looking at it when I have it out and scrutinize it myself. I guess it's good to go for semi-gloss. It actually looks better than my six year old Boyd's pepper laminate finished I got directly from the factory. Now I'm tossing the idea around about refinishing that one for some strange reason.
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I don't know if this is something that you'd be interested in, but as far as stocks go, it's different.


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Thank you...my very first attempt at finishing a stock. Twelve total coats on it. I keep looking at it when I have it out and scrutinize it myself. I guess it's good to go for semi-gloss. It actually looks better than my six year old Boyd's pepper laminate finished I got directly from the factory. Now I'm tossing the idea around about refinishing that one for some strange reason.
Yeah, it's pretty fun and quite rewarding to see the end product of refinished wood furniture. When I did some AK furniture, I put three coats of clear finish on. It turned out pretty well. It's not the best quality photo, but what do you think?
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