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Old 05-24-2009, 06:02 PM   #11
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OK grasshopper here are some of my favorite "tinker" toys


First my Stevens .22 mod 87a. I bought this one at a flea markett in a box. All the peices were there but some have been hacked and I had to rebuild them.
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Next is my Stevens .270 Mod 200. I bought this one new, have started getting a wood stock for it, I hate the plastics
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Now My Revalation .410. Started tinkering on this one when I bought it off a friend for 40 bucks. I have been carving the stock with nothing but chisles. No guides or patterns, Just another one of my projects
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Old 05-24-2009, 08:34 PM   #13
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thoes are some nice gun, and 40 bucks for the 410 is a good buy, that pattern looks relly nice, what are your plans for the pattern to finish it if it aint already and what color is the wood finish on it?
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on the grip of the .410 I will be checkering the raised portions, on the buttstock I am inletting some mahogany or other wood into the area behind the trigger guard and on the sides. I am looking for the wood, want a darker than the cheep walnut that the stock is and a different grain structure.

I know it is not the best of work, but I am trying to do it all with chisels, no sand paper or power tools of any sort, and I am not using any guides or patterns. trying to freehand it all.

As far as the checkering I am thinking I will so with a 21lpi and fade it to a skip line on the outer edges. I am not really sure what I will do yet, just going with what pops into my head at the moment
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that will look relly nice, keep me posted with pics cant wait to see how it turns out man.
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Purchased this nice 12-gauge 500 "Persuader" last week, my first-ever S/G and first gun in many years. I love it, cannot wait to test fire it (lots of times!). Just joined this forum, and am already planning my next gun purchase...

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