Gunny I need your services if you are still actively repairing stocks
Do you do old commercial stocks as well? I have a few old 98 sporters (commercial, not bubbas). A couple have cracks at the rear of the receiver, one has a crack in the forearm. Theses are all nice rifles with nice stocks and if it's possible, I'd like to get them fixed. If you'd like, I can send you pictures
Check your Email please, would like your thoughts on modding vintage Colt grips or repros to fit a Norwegian M1914
ok so 50 plus shipping might be do able.
i dont think it needs to be repaired, but the back spring for the barrel band broke and the pin is still in there how could i get it out, and where do you get your materials for refinishing the stocks?
hey, how much would it cost to have you redo my m44 stock?
I haven't been by the forum lately, so I'm just reading your post. Thanks for the generous offer. I wish I would have checked out the replies before I bought one off gunbroker. You say your's is Elm? I thought they were teak for some reason, not sure how to tell. Are they all Elm?
Unfortunaly the handguard on this one was cracked in half by UPS. The seller says he's going through the claim process now. I don't think I'm going to find a lone yugo handguard so I'll probably have to try a repair. I read some of your other stock repair post. Do you have any suggestions?
BTW I'm an Enfield collector in Ponchatoula. Small world.