The demise of Weaver still keeps me awake at night.
I always regret not taking enough photos on PD outings.
For better or worse, I'll post results once it's done. If it turns out great you and @olddav will receive all the credit.
Brett, you've helped me greatly. Thank you for taking time to mentor.
Buddy, you’re an artist.
Since I’m determined to finish the stock with my own hands, the tung oil with mineral spirits finish will be the method...
Hang around for a while. Soon you’ll find that this is BY FAR the best shooting site and it’ll be time to become a contributing member. At Gold...
I believe Bushnell is doing repairs.
These are the finest magazines I’ve ever seen. They border on being artwork. Do not hesitate to buy as many as you can afford.
Obviously a beautiful stock! I'm more interested in highlighting the natural colors. What prep do you recommend to bring out the existing...
It doesn’t require a cannon to connect with a prairie dog. I’ve gotten good air time with 17 and 20 caliber rifles. Yes, large calibers...
Killed a flying crow with a Benjamin air rifle when I was about 14 years old. Peep sights. Still my most memorable shot.
Wait a week before deciding. In that time there should be a half dozen new 6.5 factory offerings to choose from.
Thin is your friend. The more important question is whether you’ll prefer FCH to a reticle with subtentions. If you are a natural knob cranker...
That’s great information. Thanks!
Question. After the first application of tung/spirits do you immediately do the wet sanding or is that done...
.22 mag is .224”
Jacketed bullets: Maybe.
Plated bullets: Can’t picture it.
That sounds very familiar. Have you used that combo?
My friend, that bolt looks bone stock. I'd seriously question the blueprinting thing.
Getting ready to sand and seal a new claro walnut stock. The wood has nice figure and I want a finish to really make the wood "pop". Seems like...
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