I milled the butt pad sections out of 6061-T6 aluminum,machined all slots and assembled this.I still have to fit it to the stock,mount the pad to the stock and final polish everything but it is lookin' great already!
is that when it is all done to adjust the pad in and out there will be a sleeved hole thru the side of the stock just big enough to insert an allen wrench to loosen and tighten a set screw that is hidden.the same wrench will fit a stainless steel screw at the rear to adjust the height or angle of the pad.
I need to mate a diesel tank to a set of wheels, but the holes don't line up, so I need a piece in the middle that will accommodate both patterns, one counter-sunk so I can mate it to the wheels (industrial quality casters.) I'm gonna try to get this done locally just because of convenience, but if I can't, would you be interested? I'd pay, of course. I figure an aluminum middle piece would be just the ticket. I've drawn up the plans. It's a square peg in a round hole kind of problem.
What is it?
my bets 52-54...and a general motors product..
but I'll bet a 6pack it's and Olds.
I've been researching and the hood emblem
looks like 54 Olds
i am interested.and as for the car it is a 54 chevy 2 door built in canada so it has some different trim and bumpers.
I had a '48, and a '57 ford.
grease, looks awesome! are you going to use a heavier bolt in the center?
i am gonna use a 10-24 thread stainless Allen screw.this goes on a 22 rifle so recoil and the effects of it are not an issue.
That makes sense. I'm a clumsy (bull in a china shop) kind of guy. So, I always overbuild everything!!
this is for "that project rifle" but the beneficiary has changed to a much more worthy gunslotter.
it is a 54 chevy that was built in Canada.this pic is in the owners machine shop.I have seen the build tag so I know it is so.
You get off cheap tho buddy.. milwaukee best light.. Don't come a lot cheaper..
we are ready, love to go week of
back at you buddy..
will keep in touch