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    Posted: Oct 05 2020 at 11:59am
Well done.  Sharp looking carbine you have there.
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Nice work — that looks really good. 
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As in a newly finished stock Big smile

I mentioned a few weeks ago I'd snagged a unfinished Boyds Carbine stock set, finally finished it up tonight


That's my 1943 Inland wearing it's new wood.

I went ahead and used a fresh set of metal parts from Fulton Armory instead of recycling the metal from the old birch stock. 2 reasons. I either plan on using the birch stock on my Howachester if I decide to take the Ultimak rail off of it. If I don't do that there is also a chance I might take the stock off of my 1966 Plainfield and use the birch stock on it.

I did "goof" a tad on the oiler insert right side. I needed to dermal out some for the oiler right hand side and took a bit more off one area than I wanted to. Odds are I'm the only one who will notice it unless you really look hard.


Hand guard could be a tad better fit but I figure for $100 bucks and some linseed oil it'll do
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