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Old 01-26-2010, 04:07 PM
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Question gun stock carving

Well, I'm a total beginner in all this so I'd like to ask for some advice.
I'll need to copy long gun stock about 47x6x2 - will need 5-10 Birch or Walnut copies.
What would be my best approach to all this?
- I could not find any place online to order it - so it has to be copied from the original I've got
- is it worth buying equipment and what is better (some say Terrco, some say Radarcarve etc.)
- would I be able to find 47x6x2 gunstock blanks - I shopped around and it looks like most of them are much smaller
- maybe someone could reccomend some place willing to make them for me
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he might do them a call never hurts... hes located in North Carolina... great guy
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he might do them a call never hurts... hes located in North Carolina... great guy
Thank you! There is no contact info on the site.
However this was one approach. I'd like to hear whether I should go ahead and do it myself.
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