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    I just finished my daughters new stock and put it on her 30-06.








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    nice looking work

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    Beautiful job!

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    Very Nice Job

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    You did well!! She will be very proud of that workmanship....especially coming from her dad!

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    Did she pick out the wood? The embellishments? Or is this meant to be a surprise?
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    Looks good. Reminds me of those stocks that Weatherby uses.

    Do I NOT see checkering?

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    That is one beautiful rifle! But I sure wouldn't be taking it to the mountains... it might get scratched

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    Thanks for the compliments.

    The stock is an old Fajen I've had for years. It must be between 20-30 years old. I had just never inletted and finished it. I've been doing stock refinishing for a few years as a hobby.She wanted me to finish this one for her rifle. Glass bedded it and set her trigger to 3 1/2 pounds.
    She loves it and will be taking it bear hunting this spring.

    Run Yogi Run!

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    Tung oil? That is a real beauty!

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