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    Default Rebuilding A Ruger 10/22

    Well I finally finished my 10/22 project.

    I made a tutorial about the rebuild and have it on my blog site.

    http://guncraft.blogspot.com/

    What do you think?
    Visit my site, Guncraft, for exotic wood gun grips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmurman View Post
    What do you think?
    You did OK...

    I've got one you can practice on again! One thing that would've really set it off would've been to use the very thin wood (almost like cardstock...my buddy uses it in wood-turning) to accent between the differing wood sections.

    Good work Mur-man...sorry...had to...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunt_ak View Post
    You did OK...

    I've got one you can practice on again! One thing that would've really set it off would've been to use the very thin wood (almost like cardstock...my buddy uses it in wood-turning) to accent between the differing wood sections.

    Good work Mur-man...sorry...had to...
    I had some white polymer that I meant to use with my Rem 700 project, but the glue up didn't give me the strength I was looking for. Some holly would look cool...holly is white and pretty hard.
    Visit my site, Guncraft, for exotic wood gun grips.

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    That is nice. Let me know if you want to do another one. I'll be glad to supply you with another one to do.

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