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Old 08-14-2011, 10:44 PM
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Duplicating a stock

I built my daughter a 10/22 stock last winter. It's "inspiration" was the Manners T5 although it only moderately resembles one.

She loves the stock and to be honest, so do I. I'd like to build a twin but I spent way too much time on it to try another. Is there an easier way to duplicate this stock by making a mold of some sort?

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Old 08-14-2011, 11:17 PM
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Re: Duplicating a stock

kiwi3006 did that for his Remington 700. turned out nice. just search "homemade stock" and look for kiwi3006.
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Re: Duplicating a stock

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I built my daughter a 10/22 stock last winter. It's "inspiration" was the Manners T5 although it only moderately resembles one.

She loves the stock and to be honest, so do I. I'd like to build a twin but I spent way too much time on it to try another. Is there an easier way to duplicate this stock by making a mold of some sort?

Thanks.
There's no quick or easy way to manufacture a clone stock. Any way you go about it is going to require a significant amount of time.

I built three stocks from wood blanks in HS shop class. It took me a full semester for each one.
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Old 08-15-2011, 04:43 PM
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Re: Duplicating a stock

If you want one out of wood, there are stockmakers with duplicating machines who will copy the one you have and make a duplicate. Note that you will probably get scratches on your original stock when you do this due to the way the machine works. At least, my business partner did when he had a few duplicated.
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Old 08-16-2011, 03:44 PM
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Re: Duplicating a stock

carl bernosky can do that for you he is a great guy and stockbuilder and just won camp perry's highpower championship.
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Re: Duplicating a stock

I can duplicate is as well. Shoot me a PM if you're interested.
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Old 08-16-2011, 05:18 PM
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Re: Duplicating a stock

Looks like that's settled. Where are the pics of your original stock?
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