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September 19, 2001, 23:15
Well the Brownells laquer didn't do the trick as far as I was concerned so I had a friend park it. Here it is and I'm debating on wood for the rest of it. Thanks, Rick B
www.http://images.andale.com/f2/115/106/1168833/1000938296187_FALpark1.JPG (http://www.http://images.andale.com/f2/115/106/1168833/1000938296187_FALpark1.JPG) :D
[ September 20, 2001: Message edited by: EMDII ]
September 19, 2001, 23:20
Opps try again. Rick B
Fal picture (http://images.andale.com/f2/115/106/1168833/1000938296187_FALpark1.JPG)
September 20, 2001, 01:11
Hey, nice job on the wood! Let us know how it shoots!
September 20, 2001, 10:48
The hard work and patience paid off Rick, it looks great.
September 20, 2001, 11:23
Fine looking rifle, particularly the stock!
September 20, 2001, 15:40
Good looking rifle!
September 20, 2001, 16:57
You did a great job, and the stock looks really nice. :)
September 20, 2001, 17:35
Great looking rifle. Rick B is a master when it comes to the wood finish, I know that first hand.
September 20, 2001, 17:42
The wood is awesome. Have you ever tried working on the Israeli light barrel handguards and buttstock? What would you charge to refinish an Israeli wood set to like new condition?
September 20, 2001, 21:35
Where did the buttstock come from.
Is that a Belgian BHO?
What carry handle is that?
..and last. Thats a fine looking piece o-work!
September 20, 2001, 22:09
Nice looking rifle. love that wood!
September 21, 2001, 03:28
MMM..HMM, I reckon thats a nice rifle, MMM..HMM. Hey G.M. if your looking at these pics ours will be a nice addition. A.F.L. baby A.F.L.
September 21, 2001, 11:46
I got the handle from Numrich's Gun Parts if I remember right. They give you what they have at the time.
I charge $35.00 for a complete stock and I am doing my first Israeli stock know. Mine was bought from a member here and is U.S. made on Euro Walnut. That pic doesnt do it justice.
Iam packed up on wood refinsihing at the moment but in a week I expect things to lighten up. I do them only in Linseed oil so there military and dont like a ton of water. Its like old furniture and like the military did way back when. I could do them with True oil if requested but they come out shiny.
Also if the wood is beat to death I cant do miracles even though some have said I do.
Thanks for the compliments eveyone. check out my web page and see my real love in the pictures. Rick B
September 21, 2001, 20:53
Originally posted by Rick B:
<STRONG>Also if the wood is beat to death I cant do miracles
DO NOT listen to this man! He really can!
September 22, 2001, 14:27
Beautiful job - that's one gorgeous rifle.
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