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Making An Adjustable Cheek Piece.

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Pete2, Aug 10, 2018 at 7:36 AM.

  1. Pete2

    Pete2 Member

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    Sitting waiting to get into a job, I've had a mad professor moment.
    Is it possible and if so, has anybody cut the cheek piece on their stock and fitted a adjustable rods to it?
     
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    Nobby on here did this one for me cheek piece.jpg
     
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    Don Cooper has done my HW77 along with several other forum members guns.
    He advertises his services on the bay, under the username of cooperman.
     
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    nobby on here is the guy too talk too hes done 2 of mine and many others in our local club ,as robs 5230 shows a great job ,really helpful and great advice.
     
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    Did this HW100 a little while ago and another one is under way now, will be going back to its owner on Monday.
    [​IMG]
     
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    Have a look on ebay, there's some really nice riser kits.
    I've got one but changed the stock it was planned for. Doh!
    I was going to visit the local woodshop to get them to cut it with their bandsaw
     
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    No kits for me, I'll leave the experts to do it...
     
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    Nice work Nobby, very impressed.
     
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    What’s the arrangement like on the right hand side? Adjustment knobs etc.
     
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    Same here - I want to get one done eventually but, I'd be too worried about flipping up the cut :eek:
     
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    This is not the same stock but the same model with a similar cut. The adjuster screws are concealed m4 stainless grub screws.

    https://i.imgur.com/CRM4psO.jpg?1

    Choosing the correct saw blade is key to getting a decent cut.
     
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    Very nice. Could I ask what sort of money this would cost Nobby?
     
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    Yes. I'll send you a PM.
     
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    :thumb:
     
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    Me too please....
     
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    And another please.
     
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    Me too. Got an old spare hw77 stock for hft use what needs sorting out one day with a adj cheek piece.
     

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