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You asked for it, here is my latest project.

Well, with a little artistic license and no measuring tape I began to hack up my Butler Creek 10/22 composite/plastic stock.

Before pic


I started by cutting out the basic shape with a hand saw, here is a picture after the basic shape was cut and the hollow portions and fitting an AR-15 pistol grip (free from the pay it forward thread courtesy of longbow) which was the trickiest part, had to drill a new hole at the furthest point to the rear of the PG to get it to mate up with the trigger




I then filled the hollow portions with bondo and let dry


Sanded in the rough shape




Then reapplied bondo to finish low spots and final sanded, ready for paint!




I also tried my hand at bedding the action, it is much tighter now, not sure if I did it right but it is very tight
 

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That turned out really nice, panoz77. Great job!
 

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WOW... excellent work!! Now THIS is the kind of stuff I like to see!

This inspires me to possibly try to figure out what to do with my Mossberg 702. Haven't had a chance to fire it 'till this Saturday, but perhaps the poly stock could have some modding potential.
 

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Nice work bro I am wanting to do something similar to that with a charger I want to make a very scorpion like ruger thingee I like the idea of the BC stock with the AR grip that will be much cheaper than moding a Tapco stock which was mt first idea. thanks for the inspiration bro.
 
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