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My .22 410 in camo

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by Geordie, Jan 16, 2012.

  1. Geordie

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    My new Blonde

    Finished one for the TX and thought I'd leave the Poplar "au naturale" so I just oiled it.

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    Sweet, looks fantastic mate.
     
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    now that is gorgeous mate:up:
     
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    :)ta....
     
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    Fantastic work, you are a real craftsman.

    I have never been a fan of camo' stocks, but I think your original photo's on page 1 are absolutely stunning!

    Regards
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    Looks really good! Nice job
     
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    Hi mate, cracking workmanship!! Not yet but would want a stock like the above for my S410 Carbine. what u charge? Also whats the weight as I have the superlite stock so just to compare?
     
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  8. Geordie

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    PM on it's way.
    and thanks;)
     
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    Decided to try a bit of stippling and some Ebony stain.
    Blonde to Brunette...

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    I'll get some better pics up when I've give it a few more coats of oil.
    It's been finished in CCL but I'm toying with trying a bit of glossy Tru oil:eek:
     
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    How did you manage to do the stippling...? Loving your work mate and very tempted...Do you currently do any other stocks for other action fitments...?
     
  11. Geordie

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    I use a Dremel with an engraving tip.
    I've only done one or two other actions, but mainly the s4** range.

    Cheers.
     
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    Very nicely done!
     
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    Looks like you was born with a gift mate..I'm gonna send you a pm.
     
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    Stunning Stocks and like everyone said your very talented... just wondered what make of stain did you use on the black stock, that is just stunning, I am going to have a go at making a stock myself for my MPR, wish me luck..lol
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    wow, some nice stuff going on here :)
     
  17. essex sniper

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    very nice mate i have an s410 done in camoit....but dont look as good as yours atb
     
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    Thank You

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    Amazing work! really like the camo effect paint too.

    As an aside i have a thumbhole stock but ive never really liked the colour. Could you advise on how to remove and then restain it in that eboney colour as above please?
     
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    The one with the ebony stain is Poplar, a very light wood both in colour and weight. It takes a stain fairly well, but some of the light grain shows through. What timber is your t/hole stock made from?
     

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