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Old 05-21-2013, 8:17 AM
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Default Homemade stock/chassis final product. Wat Cha think?

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That's not bad at all! The only thing i would suggest (and this is just for aesthetics) is to learn to weave the para cord and wrap the stock padding with it. give it a more custom finished look. nicely done..
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That's not bad at all! The only thing i would suggest (and this is just for aesthetics) is to learn to weave the para cord and wrap the stock padding with it. give it a more custom finished look. nicely done..
Great idea. OP, I have to admit, when I read the title, I was thinking terrible thoughts, lol. You did a great job.
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That's not bad at all! The only thing i would suggest (and this is just for aesthetics) is to learn to weave the para cord and wrap the stock padding with it. give it a more custom finished look. nicely done..
Thnx. Great idea!
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Thnx. Great idea!
This is the one that i did for my Bow. not very hard to do.

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Nice Stock work!

What's the details about your card table? How'd you make it?
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do you have specs, details on what you did?
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Now the real challenge, make one for me!
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do you have specs, details on what you did?
Ill post some pics when i take it apart later tonite
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Great job. But one question. How many people do you keep locked up in that dungeon of yours?
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Great job. But one question. How many people do you keep locked up in that dungeon of yours?
Not that many jus a few. Poor mans garage
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Does your handle(essj000) mean East Side San Jose? I was born, raised and lived in ESSJ for my entire life up until a few years ago. Now I live in Fresno. Big difference.
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Yeap east side sj. really big difference , my girl used to live in fresno so i be kickin it over there sometimes with her family. Nice place but jus get 2 hot summer time.
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Cool. I do miss San Jose when it's starts getting over 90 degrees
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Yeah gotta love the East Side even tho its kinda ghetto lol
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Yeah gotta love the East Side even tho its kinda ghetto lol
Lol. Yea. We used to call it Mexinam. Half Mexico and half Vietnam.
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Lol. Yea. We used to call it Mexinam. Half Mexico and half Vietnam.
LMAO! Never heard that before but ur absolutely right
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Are you planning on adding a trigger guard?
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Are you planning on adding a trigger guard?
Maybe if i find a machinist cuz the 2 parts that the action sits on i had to manufacture by hand from a piece of aluminum block and it took daysss. But yeah i got the trigger guard design down but no rush on gettin it done cuz it'll take to much time manufacturing it by hand.
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intersting...

when do you start selling them
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looks awesome, but the lack of a trigger guard freaks me out
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So here's all the stuff that I used.
Got the main stock at Home Depot for under $10. Made the necessary spaces for the magazine and trigger to drop in and drilled some holes for the action screws and whatever accessories u want like rail and stuff.

I used a heavy duty polymer for the bottom plate, I think I got it from Home Depot also. If Ur gona use a thick bottom plate like I did then u will need longer action screws, got mine from DIP(google it.don't have the link)

These 2 parts is where the action sits( front and rear) bought an aluminum block from ebay and shaped them by hand. Those are the tools that I used, make sure they are the same height. I used JB-Weld for the beddings.




Here's how mounted the pistol grip rock solid

U basically sandwich the bottom of the stock between the space with 2 screws and bolts. You can get the thin one inch wide aluminum at Orchard.

After that u can pretty much customize it and add all kinda sh1t on it like rails or whatever. Got the buttpad from ebay for under 20 bucks

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Here's my set up




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Oh don't forget the blue loctite!
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hahaha i love home depot mod. ive always been looking these rails thinking of using these as a receiver. i like how you think!

also whats the difference between blue and red loctite?

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ill do my own version using my Savage MKII

i like your pistol grip idea

ive got a brake press to bend some sheet metal.
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hahaha i love home depot mod. ive always been looking these rails thinking of using these as a receiver. i like how you think!

also whats the difference between blue and red loctite?

U can use red but its stronger i prefer blue cuz the bolts are easier to clean if u ever have to take em out.

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got it. thanks
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ill do my own version using my Savage MKII

i like your pistol grip idea

ive got a brake press to bend some sheet metal.
GoodLuck man

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intersting...

when do you start selling them
I don't think I'll be makin another one anytime soon, it's too time consuming. For me at least
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