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Broken Stocks ? No Worries

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by nath92, Nov 30, 2019.

  1. nath92

    nath92 Donator

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    Hi guys carrying on from previous posts I have been asked to show a few broken and damaged stocks to highlight what can be done some shown before but a few in one place for the recent requests
    Nath
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    Broken diana stock back in one piece and looking well if I do say so
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    Broken CS stock back together ;)
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    This daystate stock apparently came back missing a piece from a gun Smith trip , needless to say one unhappy guy , asked me to splice a new piece in then recolour and refinish stock to his choice of colour
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    Broken CS stock repaired and refinished, more to follow lads just need to bath my daughter and put her to bed as my wife is resting ;) lol
    Nath
     
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    Please note all these pics are screenshots from my instagram
    Nath
     
  3. Jukebox

    Jukebox Better to burn out...than to fade away.

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    What is this other worldly magic that you are showing us sir??
    :D

    Awesome top draw work mate..you truly are a master at this and a credit to the community :thumb:
     
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    Jagdwaffen Suns up guns up

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    Rat Man Comfortably Numb

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    Outstanding work as always Nath :eek::):thumb:
     
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    Extraordinary! Pure wizardry.
     
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    you certainly have a gift there , it is nice to see a proper craftsmans work.
     
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    Some cracking work there Nath :thumb:
     
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    Cheers guys most appreciated
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    Nath, there's a guy on the Official Daystate Owners site who's Red Wolf laminate stock snapped when the gun fell over. Can you message me your number and I'll pass it into him?
     
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    Brilliant work that . Absolutely top draw !
     
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    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    What do you mean cracking?

    You can't even see the join...
     
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    :D :D
     
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    Nath, what adhesive do you use
     
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    Gorilla glue works well not that I am an expert but it sticks like s**t to blanked that stuff
     
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    Depends on the break and location mate , for example the diana was a two part epoxy and a reinforcing rod drilled fitted and glued in for peace of mind , what I will say for anyone watching threads such as these ,the adhesive isn't the main concern more how you bring the two pieces together,, clamping tight is very important, If you just try to screw the two parts together it doesn't matter what glue you use a screw isn't enough , all of the broken stocks I repair have their own jigs made to evenly distribute the pressure of the clamps to pull it all together as it needs .
    Nath
     
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    That's pure black magic Nath and thanks again for offering me advice on our table mate.
     
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    Can you do a laminate Red Wolf stock Nath - one of our members has broken one with a fall unfortunately :oops:
     
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    Of course mate and will be stronger than when it left the factory ;)
     
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