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  1. Commemorative Rifle Display Case

    This project was commissioned by a gentleman whose son was killed in Afghanistan. The son had been collecting military rifles and needed a M1 Garand to finish the collection. The father completed the collection and will display it in this case. Our sincerest condolences on the loss of this...
  2. F-Class Benchrest Rifle Stock, Tiger Maple, cherry and walnut

    This is the first F-Class target stock I've carved. Last week I modified a benchrest stock into a specialized target stock for F-Class. It's benchrest, but the matches aren't shot from a bench. They shoot from 600 to 1000 yards from the prone position. Front rests and rear sandbags are...
  3. Gun Vise

    I had a request to post this gun vise. This was a self thought design, so no plans. If the pictures are not self explanatory, feel free to ask any questions. I built this about 20 years ago. I've built several others like it, some completely reverse for my left handed son and if you wanted it...
  4. Rifle case

    My step-father got a new rifle. He was keeping it in the cardboard shipping box. So, of course, I had to make him something better. He picked out the hardware and the felt for the lining. (Yes, the felt is supposed to look almost faded in spots.) Used baltic birch ply for the panels. Had...
  5. Ram rifle stock

    I made this stock for a 7×57 Mauser to use to shoot hi-power silhouettes. That is why I carved a ram target on it. The stock is very similar to The Pig Gun .22 rim-fire stock. http://lumberjocks.com/projects/31591 It is walnut. The barreled action is long gone. It didn't work out very well...
  6. Remington 660 laminated thumbhole stock

    I just finished a new stock project. It's a thumbhole stock for a Remington 660. I've wanted one for a long time, but no commercial gunstock companies make one as regular item… So, I made my own. It's got a beavertail forend for target shooting and it is great for off hand shooting. I chose...
  7. Ambrosia maple, walnut and cherry varmint/target stock

    I carved this stock this morning. It's the third attempt to getting it carved… The problem was carving the outside of one design and then switching the patterns and carving the interior. Or inletting the stock. The original stock pattern was cut to fit a Remington 700 BDL with a varmint...
  8. Folding Gun Rack

    A friend asked if I could build a gun rack that would fit behind the seat of a standard pick-up, and still be stable. This is the design I came up with. The gun rack folds up to a size that is 32"X20"X4", but is very stable when opened and locked. The wood is the Douglas Fir that was mentioned...
  9. world war 2 rifle stock refinish

    This is a old rifle that I got for my 18th birthday this year. It was made in 1943 and the stock was well beyond worn out. The pics with out the old pizza box i worked on are of the stock before it was refinished. First I striped the old shellac finish with 60 grit sandpaper and sanded it up to...
  10. Tiger Maple and Cherry gunstock for a Savage 25-06 varmint rifle.

    This varmint stock fits a Savage 25-06 varmint rifle. It's made from tiger maple and wild cherry. It's been sanded to 180 grit at this point and there is no oil or finish applied. It's tough to get good photos of unfinished maple before dye or oil has been applied. After finishing this stock...
  11. Remington 600 stock made with Black Walnut and Wild Cherry

    I just finished this black walnut and cherry, thumbhole stock. It's going on a Remington 600 in .308. The stock was sanded to 180 grit and a couple of coats of tung oil have been wet sanded to fill the grain. It's ready for final sanding. The little dings and nicks that are present don't...
  12. Osage rifle stock

    This is a rifle stock I made out of osage orange this past winter for my little .17 hmr. The main profile was done on the bandsaw. The hardest part was getting the holes drilled in the buttstock for correct alignment, and inletting out the forearm. Shaping was done with a hand rasp before I...
  13. Tiger maple and cherry gunstock with a walnut forearm tip for a Savage 25-06

    I used mineral spirits to show that this stock will look like wtih a finish. It's going to look a lot better with more sanding and a Watco Tung oil (fruit or light walnut color) And then Lin-Speed gunstock oil from Brownells. I'm running out of tiger maple. I guess I'll have to start making...
  14. Mauser 96 stock made from ambrosia maple, walnut and cherry

    This stock shows the dark ambrosia streaks and worm holes (soon to be filled with sawdust and superglue) of ambrosia maple, with two inner slices of American black walnut and a center slice of wild cherry. The colors that streak and swirl in the maple look like the coat of a wild animal and give...
  15. English Walnut and Tiger Maple laminated target rifle gunstock

    I just finished this target rifle stock. It's made from English walnut and tiger maple. The design is modeled on the Remington 40X target stock and it's inletted for a short action Savage. It's just rough sanded to 100 grit at this stage. I'll sand it with 180 and 220 grit before I ship it to...
  16. Remington 600 Laminated thumbhole stock

    I had several people send me e-mail about my 660 stock for the 350 and 6.5mm Magnum rifles. There is a lot of interest in these old Remington rifles and the standard barrel contour was produced in greater numbers than the magnum rifles. This is a stock carved from Ruttland Plywood, and inletted...
  17. Portable Gun Rack

    This is my first post here! I'm a computer engineer in the day and a want-to-be New Yankee workshop guy on the weekends. :-) so forgive me if my work is not up to par with everyone else here. I'm getting there! A good buddy of mine asked if i could build a portable rifle rack for his...
  18. Cherry & walnut thumbhole laminated stock for a Remington 600 carbine

    This is my latest experiment in carving gunstocks. This stock has way too many tight curves to sand around… The finger groves and all the intricate curves around the cheek rest and thumbhole require hand sanding after I'm finished carving on my stock duplicator. To get out all the cutter marks...
  19. Tiger tail 1950's Sako .243 custom stock

    This family treasure was purchased new in the 50's by our grandfather in San Antonio Texas. It has since been passed down to our father and then my older brother. The stock was tired and well used. My brother commissioned me to re-stock it. I found this myrtle wood blank and went to shaping...
  20. Varmint thumbhole stock for a Remington 700

    This is a very unique rifle stock. The customer shipped me his walnut and elm lumber to use for the blank. Its the first stock I've carved from elm and I like the grain that shows in the laminates very much. The only Laminated elm stocks I've seen were made for Mauser 98 rifles when walnut...
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