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GUTS  [Team Member]
8/29/2010 10:02:43 AM EST
In an earlier thread I mentioned a hardware kit I got from my65pan for the 607 buttstock, I found the photos of it before it was completed. I already had an extra stock to butcher, the extra cut was the test cut to see how straight I could get it. I used a magic marker to mark out the area to trim off.




I also have this aluminum stock I was going to use on a build, but it has the bumpy finish so I don't know if I will use it or not, unless someone can tell me how to get the bumps out, they are extremely hard.
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armorer_91f  [Member]
8/29/2010 10:12:05 AM EST
Maybe bead blast or sandblast the stock? You could then refinish it with some glossy Aluma hyde II.
Morg308  [Team Member]
8/29/2010 10:40:39 AM EST
I bet you money someday people will be looking for BM stocks like that with the krinkle finish.

ETA: my65pan rocks.
crackedcornish  [Team Member]
8/29/2010 12:51:27 PM EST
Originally Posted By GUTS:
In an earlier thread I mentioned a hardware kit I got from my65pan for the 607 buttstock, I found the photos of it before it was completed. I already had an extra stock to butcher, the extra cut was the test cut to see how straight I could get it. I used a magic marker to mark out the area to trim off.
http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g236/Gutss/001-64.jpg
http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g236/Gutss/002-7.jpg
http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g236/Gutss/005-22.jpg

I also have this aluminum stock I was going to use on a build, but it has the bumpy finish so I don't know if I will use it or not, unless someone can tell me how to get the bumps out, they are extremely hard.
http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g236/Gutss/006-22.jpg


i just used 80 grit emery paper on mine...I didn't just smooth out the finish, I took mine down to the bare aluminum because my finish was pretty beat up (I only paid $10 for it), and I wanted a nice smooth base for my paint job