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Correcting a poorly inletted stock

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Unread 08-04-2010, 03:45 PM
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Re: Correcting a poorly inletted stock

I kinda' like those made by Dastra Woodscrew. They have an intermediate size that are just right for me for inletting and establishing some shapes. If you search and can't find them just hollar and I'll look up some links or,,,,,,,,,,, I have several sets or individual pieces for sale. They are pricey at $30-$35 each but they hold an edge and they're the right size for the job.
"Shoots real good!": definition; it didn't blow-up in my face. 1993 graduate Montgomery Community College 2yr. gunsmithing program
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