Post by masterchief on Sept 14, 2009 23:48:51 GMT 8
Okay, this project took me a month to make. I used the same wood which I get from Laguna. Prepped and stained in red oak from your local hardware store. I used a BAR 10 for the project. And just gathered ideas form a website abroad on the ‘how to’.
I always had a fondness with old rifles, so I thought of doing a M1903 as seen above. I choose to make the ‘C’ Type Stock with pistol grip opposed to the regular ‘S’ Type stock as seen below.
At the time, I did not take step by step how to pictures with the wood stock. But here were the available pictures that I have in file:
Here is the rifle with out the stain:
I had the metal parts made for me, while I was carving out the wood for the BAR10.
Here is the rifle with the red oak stain:
I used a butt plate of a cannibalized M16 butt.
Close up of the ‘C’ Stock pistol grip:
"Never in the field of human conflict, has so much, been owed by so many, to so few!" Winston Churchill - September 1940
Hey Masterchief! How long will it take you to put a Bar 10 into a relic of an M1903? I started cleaning this gunstock with a grinder and a file. A sandpaper will not work on a relic as old as this. Would you be cutting away on the original gunstock to fit in the Bar 10? Otherwise you can just use this as a pattern to make new ones to save this one.
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