question for mlequieu

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by zkodiak, Apr 6, 2010.

  1. zkodiak

    zkodiak Well-Known Member

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    I was wondering if you can post and send me a pic of you 6.5. I really like that stock pattern and im going to have a gun built. So im looking for a natural grass patter to get a idea of what i loike and so far that pattern you have is what i have been looking for.

    THANKS FOR YOUR TIME
    Zach Miller
     
  2. Thekid76

    Thekid76 Active Member

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    If you give me some time I will show you some better examples of what I like to call a plains pattern. It consists of heavy grass overlays and contrasting stripes. I do this refinishing for a side job in the winter when I am not fighting fire. I did the 6.5 pattern in a sandstone finish with cracks, or something like that. I don't usually tell people what product i use to get this or the process that I take but I can show you what they look like completed.

    I will try to post some other options tha I like too.
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  3. zkodiak

    zkodiak Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the info Also i have a uncle and some friends in the bitter root valley mt that fight fires were you located at also send me some info if i have time i might need a gun stock or two done.

    And more pics would be great
     
  4. Thekid76

    Thekid76 Active Member

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    This is some small snap shots into what I do and what I like. I have some patterns in my head that are just screaming for the right project to get them on too.

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    Thats my desert coyote killer

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    close up of 6.5
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    this is the shodow plains 25-06
    I am just making up names as I go but hay they are mine.
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    this is just a start, I do pink and wild colors too.