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Old 09-08-2010, 06:29 PM
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Re: Bolt Flutes! Woo Hoo, the new tool werks good

Very Nice Work you do!!

I don't have much for phone service where I am at currenty, but do have internet/e-mail. I will definately give you a call, but am wondering.......If we started from scratch w/ new wood, would you be able to make the stock to the same or very similar dimensions (at least from the trigger back, mainly LOP and Monte Carlo raised cheek piece) as the one thats currenty on the gun??

This would be very important to me, because I've already previously had the stock shortened and a pachmayer pad installed and it fits me better than any rifle has ever fit. I love the feel and balance of this gun, it's really a pleasure to hold/shoot (for myself anyway). I would want to try and duplicate the personal fit if we went with new wood.??
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Old 09-08-2010, 07:18 PM
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Re: Bolt Flutes! Woo Hoo, the new tool werks good

I assure you matching up a stock isn't a problem.

When time/phone service allow just give me a call. After 5pm works best (MTN).

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Old 09-08-2010, 07:35 PM
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Re: Bolt Flutes! Woo Hoo, the new tool werks good

OK, sounds good.

Thanks Chad.

I'll be in touch, but it may be a week or two?? Always on Call with my work scedule.
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Old 09-08-2010, 08:29 PM
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Re: Bolt Flutes! Woo Hoo, the new tool werks good

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Originally Posted by NesikaChad View Post
Here's what I'm sorta getting at. This is a photo I pulled from the net showing a typical "home grown" bedding job.









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Someone should have told that guy not to bed the tang area of the Savage.
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