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1 modifiled stock (stripped) and a complete rifle (with s**t cool mod stock) for sale on german egun.

http://www.egun.de/market/item.php?id=1515384



whats the best way to blend the stock back in ?? it looks brilliant imo, and since i find the safety catch wat too far to reach with my thumb i would be able to move my hand around.

got sum Brugger & Thomet parts last week... there expensive ... but in sex appeal (can i say that without sounding weird, or do ppl here no what im talkin about :p:p:p) of course usefulness...brilliant. Im in love with my SL-8 :p:p:p but unfortunatly ive pics to follow .. gonne read up on how to do it !

look at this other stock on aswell

http://www.egun.de/market/item.php?id=1512437
 

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Is this all freehand work or does anyone have some different style templates made up? I want to keep the 20" barrel but lose the "butthole" stock concept.
 

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how are the stocks filled in after they are cut ????
 

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how are the stocks filled in after they are cut ????
arcaglas is one option, it's also possible to use other epoxy types.

brownell's has somthing called marine-tex http://www.brownells.com/aspx/ns/store/ProductDetail.aspx?p=13212&title=MARINE-TEX
i've been told that the grey was wery good on the sl8 plastic.

but arcaglas might be the best choice if marine tex is unavailable ;-)
i don't know what phil covington used to glue he's stocks, but i have seen only one cracked. (only cosmetic)
 

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Soldering pen that you don't like the tip on and a old g3 stock. Just cut out and weld it together, sand down. Use a paper towel and some solvent to retexture then get some duracoat hk black about three hrs plus drying time.
 
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