Rimfire tube stock build.Part 2.

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  • Rimfire tube stock build.Part 2.

    Here are more pics of the progress to completion. For the machining experts out there you will see some faults. This my first time using a milling machine.Any comment welcome.My next project is a simular stock for a 223 Savage Axis which will use a 10 rd removable magazine.All going well. Christmas holiday project. Cheers Wegs
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    Front tube with Vent/Slots


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    Front tube threaded onto main stock


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    Assembled stock and tube


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    Action fitted


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    Buffer tube adapter


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    Stock attached


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    Trigger/grip part


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    Grip Fitted


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    Parts bead blasted


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    Parts blasted


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    Parts blasted


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    Muzzle brake blasted. only for looks


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    Complete


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    Complete with bipod.

  • #2
    Looks like a mini Barret m98

    Love it, thanks for sharing

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    • Mini Hulk
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      How long did it take you to make? Your first post in the other thread and then the on showing the finished item were only a day apart...

      Do you think you could build them for other actions? There's probably quite a few people that want to buy one off you if you could build them for Savages and CZ's as well!

  • #3
    Mate this is awesome, bloody good work for a first time!
    Very impressed, it looks great.
    I'd love something similar for myself, you should think about making a few more (for other actions) and make yourself some extra dosh!
    We use 43 muscles to frown,
    17 to smile,
    and 2 to pull a trigger.
    I'm lazy and I'm tired of smiling.

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      Looks great.
      What's the back finish you've used?

  • #4
    nice job wegs.
    let us know how you go taming that beast via its muzzle break.

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    • #5
      Wow

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      • #6
        Bloody nice work there. Would be very marketable.
        Are you a machinist by trade? If you are and are looking for work I know a guy....
        “Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe.”

        ― Albert Einstein

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          Originally posted by Capn Dazza" post=44458
          Bloody nice work there. Would be very marketable.
          Are you a machinist by trade? If you are and are looking for work I know a guy....
          Hi Dazza. I am not a qualified machinist. Played on lathes for years. Just got a mill and learning. Booked in at Tafe to try get some papers for what I can do.
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