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Worlds Ugliest Stock!!

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Rob-ontarget, Mar 21, 2020.

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Would you have your stock electrocuted to look like this?

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    7.4%
  2. No

    92.6%
  1. JC008

    JC008 Engaging Member

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    So in other words someone left it outside, it got struck by lightning almost splitting the stock into several pieces and now they're trying to flog it?! can't blame a trier :thumb:
     
  2. Del-Dredd

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    If you want fancy crap, would be better giving the stock a good sand to get smooth, good base coat and then a good Air Spray paint job, get somebody who does Crash Helmets or Guitars etc.
    Would look massively better and some of the designs they come up with a phenomenal.
     
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    Seamaster Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    Ridiculous, absolutely ridiculous. It looks like someone was fed up with the blandness of his stock, got drunk and took a Sharpie to it.
     
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  4. secretagentmole

    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    Nope. The award for ugliest stock in the world went to a Ginb. It was so bad we bought a standard stock for the gun.


    Looked like it was carved by a chimp with a teaspoon and finished by a blind person's labrador on a bad day...
     
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  5. jw74

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    I couldn't live with it, horrible!
     
  6. Blue BSA

    Blue BSA Big Poster

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    It is more a question of execution I think. I can see where they are going with the idea. But no it doesn't look good.
     
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  7. foxtrott

    foxtrott Pro Poster

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    How to censored.gif a stock is one easy move....
     
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    Not for me but each to their own
     
  9. TORNADOS7

    TORNADOS7 Top Poster

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    I voted no because the question was "would I have it done to my stock" and the answer to that is a resounding "no, I wouldn't" but to be honest with you lot I dunno what glasses yer all wearing but it ain't that bad...

    If you want "firkin ugly" then just pick any tacti-cool stock from any number of pee poor tactical springer or bottom end pcp such as Hatsan...
     
  10. steve9956

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    absolutely horrible! anyone on here owning up to buying one?
     
  11. Nubble

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    A nice piece of wood..... spoilt.
    :thumb:
     
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  13. Regal Man

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    I've googled ,this . Some art work , on stocks is amazing. Would I have it , done on my gun. No I love the natural, pattern also the grain on the stock.
     
  14. Mike Watkins

    Mike Watkins Woodgate Mike.

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    I’ve never done it but the process is very clever.

    However, on a gun stock :eek:! Nooooooooooooooooooo!!
     
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    Not as bad as this on gunstar......
     

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    Although still not my cup of tea. It could be argued that some modicum of skill was used to create that basket weave pattern.

    Not just let loose p1$$3d with a marker pen.:)
     
  17. Regal Man

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  18. Readie

    Readie Grumpy Old Fart

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    Very true, but who knows what’s around the corner
    There may be a time when they want to sell on.
    Each to there own though...
     
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  19. Regal Man

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    Very true, I've some fine examples, on you tube.but dont like one , Ronniesunshines had done.
     

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