Gunnertrones

Forum Replies Created

Viewing 20 posts - 1 through 20 (of 765 total)
  • Views :
  • Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    Fantastic finish on that blade Edge- there is no other words to describe it. Fantastic. 

    Are you going to make a sheath for it?

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    JoeKool, actually that seems to be the optimal solution for this rifle in my opinion. And at a decent price too  

    With the bottle and all it will be rather chunky with a classic stock, and I can’t help myself wondering why one would want to turn this rifle into something that it isn’t.  
    At the best it will be a poorly looking “wannabe classic rifle” I think.  
    I know, there are many bottle airguns with adapted classic stock, like my Daystate air ranger, but again, I do not like the look of it. 
    But that’s me………

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    Viper, WHAT a story!!! And an excellent artistic way to use materials for a gun and a knife. Very, very nice!👌👌
    Did something similar last summer when I made a wildcat stock, and a knife from the rest materials. Hopefully you won’t mind me post a picture in your thread? (Turkish walnut).

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    Finished!

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    Hi Rob!

    Thanks for the good words. But it was Intenseaty who started this thread, and others, like me, have just joined in. Very happy to have a “hidden” site to share our passion. (Under the radar, so to say).

    Take a look at Edge’s marvelous blades.  He is working on one right now, that I must say is one of the most amazing blanks I have ever seen. He has promised to share the end result in this very thread. 
    And your little skinner blade looks very promising. 

    Let’s see the result and – what I like the most – the ongoing process. 

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    Leonid informs me that the last batch of blades he made from my sketches are ready to ship from Russia to Norway. 
    This is looking so good! 
    The finished one:  Mammoth and Yuma blue snake handle. 

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    Oil and polishing. Many layers.

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    New project. Up to 400 grit. Now its rising the bust, and then up to 8000 grit and oiling/waxing. 

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    Daystate air ranger .22

    It barks a bit, and I do not like the stiff bolt action at all. But a beautiful trigger. 
    Never the less, it stays in the safe collection dust….

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    Diana LP8. 
    not as powerful as the weirauch 45, but more user friendly in my opinion. And the metal frame and build………. very impressive. 

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    MikeVV

    Question…

    Why buy a pistol, if you are going to make it into a rifle ?

    Yea, yea, I know, "I can always take it off" answer.  But…how many "actually" would ?

     

    Mike

    Have to say…….. it IS a good question, and has crossed my mind a few times. So many carbines and bulpups out there.  

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    Said it before: TS prof or Tormek 8. 
    best there is. 👌

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    Intenseaty, look what you have started!!! So many skilled brothers in here! 👍👍👍👍

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    How do you like this one?:

    Fx Ranchero .22 reg.  Custom

    JSB 18,13 grn. 

    Max power 823 fps. = 27 ftp

    Medium power 685 fps = 19 ftp

    Low power 542 fps = 12 ftp

     

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    Well. You might make your own panels…..

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    B.Creep -thanks!  I’ll have that in mind – especially if I get the stock-making-itch. 😊

    As you I like to combine different materials, but now and then – just the plain wood handle – and the idea; “you need a knife to make a knife”. (Not always correct but……)

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    Well done Plinker!  Personally I like the black American walnut a lot, and ordered 4 pistol stock for my fx rancheros from Steve Corcoran. Beautiful work. 
    Back to knifes………. I am now making som sketches for my next project.  (Wish to do something opposite to the drop points).

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    Genius!👍

    Link

    Gunnertrones
    Participant
    Member

    Merry Christmas from Norway!

Viewing 20 posts - 1 through 20 (of 765 total)