Brass bases for impact and pp700

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    Glem.Chally
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    Been wanting to do this for a while so made some time today.  Got this lovely oak grip for the pistol from a member here and made these 1/4 bases for the butt pad and grip on impact.  And grip for pp700.

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    Dairyboy
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    Makes them look classy love it!

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    L.Leon
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    Very, very nice. The grip on the pp700sa really dresses that pistol up.

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    Rodeo
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    Really does dress them up nicely. 

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    TiredRooster
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    I like it. Brass can kinda "pop" in a very classy way when done tastefully with nice wood to accompany. Very nice.

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    CHUCK
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    Wow! Definitely looks like a class act Nathan! And I like the fact that you left the wood unfinished…the one thing I would do though is make them waterproof. At Home Depot and all paint stores you can find water based sealer for concrete and masonry – it looks like milky water – but when it's dry it is completely clear and you can't even tell it was applied except that now water will just bead up and roll off and even moisture cannot penetrate. I would give all your wood on the gun a couple good saturating coats of sealer. Just a thought…

    All the best, CHUCK

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    vinny
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    Balls! I thought I was done except for the stock I’m looking for. lol  I like it 

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    P_Bachman
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    Who supplied the wood grip on that PP700?

    I concur regarding the brass- looks amazing.  Another good choice for protecting the wood is boiled linseed oil- takes a number of coats though 😒

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    Airgun-hobbyist
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    Nice looking work!

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    heavy-impact
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    I like it, looks good.

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    stoti
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    Nice work!

    Stoti

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    Glem.Chally
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    CHUCK

    Wow! Definitely looks like a class act Nathan! And I like the fact that you left the wood unfinished…the one thing I would do though is make them waterproof. At Home Depot and all paint stores you can find water based sealer for concrete and masonry – it looks like milky water – but when it's dry it is completely clear and you can't even tell it was applied except that now water will just bead up and roll off and even moisture cannot penetrate. I would give all your wood on the gun a couple good saturating coats of sealer. Just a thought…

    All the best, CHUCK

    Thanks Gentlemen and Chuck I used boiled linseed oil to finish the parts I made off.  Been out in the rain several times since they were made and they're holding up very well.  Thanks for the tip though!

    P_Bachman

    Who supplied the wood grip on that PP700?

    I concur regarding the brass- looks amazing.  Another good choice for protecting the wood is boiled linseed oil- takes a number of coats though 😒

    BLO does indeed work well and easy to use.  The pistol grip was made by Fuciliere on the forum here.

    Thanks boys!

     

     

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    Vana2
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    Very nice work!

    I particularly like the idea of the wood hamster on the Impact.

    I've been using Minwax Wipe-On Polyurethane finish with great results on several different woods. 

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    M0nte
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    Looking good G.C.!

    You'll be slaughtering rats in style next time we hit the farm.😃 Looking forward to seeing the pair.

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    Glem.Chally
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    Ok last piece made for the back side of the hamster.

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    daystate395
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    Where did you get  the grips for PP700? I like the looks and want some.

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    Glem.Chally
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    Got it from a member here named Fuciliere

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    Oreida05
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    I love the look of your impact 

    where did you get your half inch pic riser to extend the bipod?

    would you have a link?

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