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Old 03-06-2012, 05:12 PM
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CNC bedding

I recently saw a rifle that looked like the stock had been filled with a semi white material, and then re-inletted with a CNC or similar. What I am saying is it looked like it had been filled with a hard material and then re-done.The bedding material looked almost like Delrin or some such. In any case, the guy mentioned it was a certain smith and it was his process. Have an ideas who does this?
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