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    Hows this hand made stock

    Made the stock from lumps of wood and heres the end product Ken does a very good job

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    Very, very nice looking furniture on that rifle...nice figure...
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    Wow, beautiful!!

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    Much too perfect to be real Thanks for posting ....

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    Are there any pics of it in the making?

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    What type of wood is that, Cinders? Real different look to it. Beautiful!

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    great looking rifle good job

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    Great job.

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    is that the queensland maple ? its beautiful

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    I really cannot remember what wood Ken used but it was not a common one, he kept it for a special project and decided to do up his Lee and this is the end result, Ken has been a stock maker for 40+ years and followed his Dad who was one as well. I did try and buy that from him but sadly failed. He did the draws on my T in such a way they will never wear out he manufactured a block up out of aircraft grade aluminium and set and pinned it in place and I will be dead and ashed before my T leaves my grasp and Ken was the only stock maker in Perth I would trust with such a job. (You cannot tell the mod unless you strip the bottom wood off the action)

    I am happy to share something with the crew here of a true master craftsman as you can imagine a shapeless piece of wood turned into the fine piece you see here.

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