MCR rifles featuring our new laminate stocks

Discussion in 'Gun Photos' started by Kevin Cram, Sep 13, 2017 at 7:46 AM.

  1. Kevin Cram

    Kevin Cram <b>SPONSOR</b>

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    Here are some rifles featuring our new laminate stocks that we are manufacturing here at MCR. We're making everything from sporters to benchrest and can modify any design to fit your needs.
    Bella Cram 243 Winchester #1 - 1.jpg Bella Cram 243 Winchester #3 - 1.jpg Robert Kreischer 260 Ackley Imp. #2 - 1.jpg Robert Kreischer 260 Ackley Imp. #5 - 1.jpg Kaleb Cram 260 Remington #1 - 1.jpg Kaleb Cram 260 Remington #2 - 1.jpg Robert Kreischer 300 SAUM #1 - 1.jpg Robert Kreischer 300 SAUM #2 - 1.jpg Tristan Posey 6.5-284 #10.JPG Tristan Posey 6.5-284 #11.JPG
     
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    Adam Weaver 338 Lapua #1.JPG Adam Weaver 338 Lapua #3.JPG Bill Sampson 300 Weatherby #1.JPG Bill Sampson 300 Weatherby #4.JPG Doug Keefer #1 - 1.jpg Doug Keefer #2 - 1.jpg Chris Williams 6.5 x 47 #1 - 1.jpg Chris Williams 6.5 x 47 #2 - 1.jpg Chris Williams 6mm BR #1.JPG Chris Williams 6mm BR #2.JPG
     
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    John Mason 6.5x47 Lapua #1.JPG John Mason 6.5x47 Lapua #2.JPG John Mason 338-408 Chey-Tac Imp #2.JPG John Mason 338-408 Chey-Tac Imp #4.JPG
     
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    What's the pricing looking like?
     
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    Stocks start at $375 fully shaped and inletted, no pad or finish.
    A complete stock with Decelorator pad, pillar bedded, 2 front swivel studs, 1 rear swivel stud and clear coat finish in matte or gloss start at $950
     
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    Beautiful rifles Kevin. Thanks for posting the pictures.
     
  7. Don A Parsons

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    Chris built me a awesome Robert Galloway F Class stock.

    I'll give 2 thumbs up for the quality and workmanship on the build Chris did for me.

    Robert's friend got one close to mine, but for open F Class.

    Beautiful dark reddish wood grain on the out side with light yellowish Maple in-side.

    Mine is Cherry wood in-side with slightly knotted White Maple out-side.

    This is my first every custom wood stock, and I see another build coming in 2018 year.

    Thanks again to all at MCR, pass along the hello to Chris from Western Canada Don as my build is underway.

    The old saying stands true.

    Those that have the passion for iron see this in wood as they complement each other to produce that one of a kind that we are looking for.

    Fiber stocks have there place but a well crafted chunk of wood brings life to the beholders eyes and mind.

    There is nothing that can replace this.
     
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    I like today's modern stocks, but there is something about wood that brings the package together.

    Wood accompanies iron like iron accompanies wood.

    It is in the eye of the beholder that see this.

    The dark dark red wood with center tinge off white Maple is really hard on the eyes and human brain. Ha,,, in a good way that is.

    My F Stock is Cheery main core with knotted Tinge Maple out-side and I can't wait to see it after the coat of golden lacourd.

    My Custom rifle builders Robert had 5 custom rifle builds on his rack, 4 of them are with the MCR stocks,,, I know why Robert sent me that direction for my build.

    Like my other friend said, when you open the door of the rifle cabinet, you know exactly what rifle you will be taking out to the field.

    Like I mentioned, I like my Remmy SPS & Remmy Bell Carlson stocks, but I like the wood even more,,, my next build will be another wood stock with the drop down hand grip.

    So long as it fits the game harvest and range needs.

    Don
     
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