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Unread 11-16-2012, 01:13 PM
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Re: New paint job

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Looks good, what kind of stock is that?
it's a Stockade Rollover Cheek Thumbhole stock. I really like it. prone, bench, sitting, standing, it's easy to get into position, and is very comfortable
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    Unread 11-16-2012, 01:21 PM
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    Re: New paint job

    what kind of paint are all you guys using?
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    what kind of paint are all you guys using?
    for the tan and darp brown I had Krylon...was going to just do a two tone, but got creative. the OD and black are rustoleum camo paint. I also put a rustoleum clear coat over the whole thing when I was done, for some added protection
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    it's a Stockade Rollover Cheek Thumbhole stock. I really like it. prone, bench, sitting, standing, it's easy to get into position, and is very comfortable
    I wished he would make that rollover thumbhole for varmint barrels, he could sell a ton of them. I use krylon paint and duracoat clear at the end on my stocks.
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    I wished he would make that rollover thumbhole for varmint barrels, he could sell a ton of them. I use krylon paint and duracoat clear at the end on my stocks.
    I use sporter style barrels...didn't know that he did not make that stock for varmint style....too bad, there isn't much difference between my heavy sporter and a medium varmenter barrel
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    Re: New paint job

    Is that a factory, whats the muzz diameter? Paint job looks really good by the way.
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    Is that a factory, whats the muzz diameter? Paint job looks really good by the way.
    it's an aftermarket heavy sporter made by benchmark. right at the muzzle it measures .710 inches.


    thanks for the complement on the paint job
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