Glenfield mo.60 update. ..

Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by Blazede30, Mar 12, 2013.

  1. Blazede30

    Blazede30 New Member

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    So after some time sanding, staining, sanding, staining, then over and over a couple more times....the gloss coat went on and it came out frickin sweeeet...you be the judge. ..before and after

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  2. Gloves

    Gloves New Member

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    OH MY WORD!!! DO mine next!!!
    http://glovesandclover.com/22marlin/22marlin-turk.jpg

    Fan-TASTIC!

    How did you get inside the squirrel design?


    Also i need tips on how to make mine more reliable.
    It's a solid 50% with minimags. 0% with lighter loads.


    Are you sure that's the same stock? Wood grain looks completely different. The glossy coat really makes it stand out.
     

  3. Blazede30

    Blazede30 New Member

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    Well as i sanded and stained, i worked my way from 80grit to 180grit....the squirrel only got the 180 treatment in attempt to keep its shape...well it was slightly flattened, but still looks like a squirrel....the backround wasnt sanded and still has that brownish color, but the color pops out behind the squirrel which makes the squirrel stand out although it was flattened....i couldnt believe the wood grain that was hidden under the original finish...i like ur rifle, im doing my research to figure out what scope is best for me, and a bipod is also in the plans
     
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    Gloves New Member

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  5. mrt8110

    mrt8110 New Member

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    Awesome, wanna do mine!