How did you mount a Picatinny Rail – Veteran Shorty

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    Jim81
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    Need to add a picatinny rail to the woodstock on my Veteran Shorty. On the forearm area. Thoughts?

    I know how to use handtools but wonder if it's as simple and straight forward as it looks.

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    douger
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    yep center it drill it use good screws  that stocks got some meat there 

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    Airgun-hobbyist
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    There are several cheap picatinny rail extension on eBay that would easily mount under there with a couple machine screws.  It would be ideal to drill the holes and countersink nuts up inside of the foregrip for strength.

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    JamesD.
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    Measure twice, drill once. Epoxy is pretty much forever and you could seat it flush if confident with a router and stock in gun vice but I hate hand routers. Tasmanian devil like torque.

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    jwrabbit123
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    I use a 3 inch pic rail drill 2 screws ,  with a nut like this  , I then epoxy it into wood , and then I use blue locktight or nail polish on threads so they never loosten

    LOU

    I do not use like a wood screw ,it is not the way I like things ,

     

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    Jim81
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    Thanks Marflow.. Gonna go that route. Looks bullet proof.

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