FX Wildcat Stock with DIY Duplicator Pt.3.5

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    MarkNagel
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    Ok, I said I'd post a pic when it was done, its not, but this is final sanding and first of 10 coats of my oil mix I use.  Tomorrow Im going to start one of my fancier walnut blanks, although this piece had much better figure than I expected.

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    Matt247365
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    Looks awesome!

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    cootertwo
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    Very nice. Back when I used to make gun display cases, I liked Tung oil!

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    sonny
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    absolutely gorgeous!

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    Loren
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    Very nice figure to the grain!!!  Great job!

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    Crusher
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    Wow. That is very nice!  I'd like to have one. Any chance?

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    MScottLeeman
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    WOW! That is a BEAUTY!

    Fantastic Job!

    Mike.

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    stoti
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    Really beautiful work!

    Stoti

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    JoeWayneRhea
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    Holy Crap !! Dude you kick Ass

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    Revoman
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    Very well done, looks fantasitico!!  Looking forward to the next one.

    mike

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    Dirte
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    I'm impressed! Really a nice setup you have there.

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    flynviking
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    That is an awesome looking stock.  Any chance you’d consider selling them unfinished?  

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    NMshooter
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    Looks great!

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    MarkNagel
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    FlyNViking,

    How unfinished?  Sanded or not?  That's the time consuming part.  I inletted my 2nd one today and will do my 3rd tomorrow, its the exhibition grade blank.  Once I've picked out the best 2 to keep I'll list the other and my factory walnut stock and/or the composite. 

     

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    flynviking
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    Mark,

    I’m a hobbyist wood worker myself and I can fully appreciate the time it takes to sand and finish the stock.  A rough unsanded stock is what I had in mind.  Really nice work.  

     

     

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    Gunnertrones
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    This came out very nice!

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    bowwild
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    That sure is an improvement over my synthetic!

    Love it.

     

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    Raptor660
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    Really beautiful!

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