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FWB 124 and HW35 stock refurbs

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by nath92, May 13, 2015.

  1. nath92

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    Hi guys I'm still posting these threads for the ones who are interested and to possibly help somebody , of course also its a good way to keep the customer in the loop
    Now the 35 stock is already stripped but I will be going over it again to see if I can draw more out and lighten it a touch , and as for as the FWB stock is concerned it appears to be a proper hard top finish so will be interesting stripping :D more to come in the future
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    Nice grain on the Luxus.Keep up the posts.
    Cheers.
     
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    Yep,keep them coming Nathan I like following them.
     
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    Cheers chaps I shall keep them coming
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    Okay so a wet with stripper and wire wool on the 35 stock to make sure its clean then filled sling stud hole with wax , don't worrying this will appear like part of the wood later on :D then mixed up some stain and voila , that can be left to dry now while I strip this 2 pack laquer of the fwb stock atb
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    As with all 2 pack laquers I always pass over with a Stanley blade gently scrapping , the purpose is to allow the stripper to bite into the laquer not try to scrape the laquer off believe me it works these pictures highlight the reacting laquer bubbling off , naturally the stopper has a lit to do with it but that keying does help , this stock has a shake and crack appearing so will be left raw a couple of days to see it if gets worse before repairs are carried out more to come :D
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    Nathaial, thanks for posting I have an fwb but I always follow your threads with interest.

    Why did predictive text change from Nath .... to Nathaial? bloody phones!
     
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    Thanks mate much appreciated
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    Looking good nath :up: :D
     
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    Weird that mate considering my full name is Nathaniel lol

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    Thanks Gordon , I think you will be chuffed with these when there done
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    I shall be watching :D:D
     
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    I expect nothing less ;) :D
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    So update on the walnut 35 stock after playing with the stain a little got it base coated ready for a touch up and a matt finish coat possibly tomorrow here's a couple of pics .
    More to come later
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    And a teaser of the stained FWB stock , thanks for taking the time to read
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    Some touch ups carried out and another coat of laquer
    More to come
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    Looking even better :up: :D
     
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    Cheers Gordon :D

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    Finished and ready for collection

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    Thanks for reading
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    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    Top job Nath:up:

    for future reference, I've always loved the green/brown color of the airarms hunters green stock,

    would that be possible to do on a BSA beech stock?:)
     
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