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Old 01-28-2013, 03:19 AM   #1
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Default Ruger 10/22 with a twist

Took a carbine stock, did a little woodworking magic, Duracoated the receiver, polished the interals, trigger 3lb pull, polished the bolt and plan on hot oil bluing it next to get a blue/purple effect. I think I am going to make another in SS.
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Old 01-28-2013, 03:20 AM   #2
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In addition to another one I think you should post pics of the first one.

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Whats' the finish on the stock?

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Pics or it didn't happen

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Ya I can't see the pics

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Sorry if you can't see the pics... they are there, or at least on my computer.

Drumjunkie, I used a stain by Varathane called Ebony. I did three coats of Tung oil then did a cover with Duracoat clear matte.

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Looks Fantastic! Great Job!

Pics are fine, on my end. Looks like you used Photobucket as a Host. Maybe some folks have a problem viewing Photobucket Pics? I know on a few other Forums I'm on, some others can't see them, due to the Browser they're using.

I'd offer to Re-Post the Pics, however, I use Photobucket as well.

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Took a carbine stock, did a little woodworking magic, Duracoated the receiver, polished the interals, trigger 3lb pull, polished the bolt and plan on hot oil bluing it next to get a blue/purple effect. I think I am going to make another in SS.
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