Rifle Project-Adjustable Butt Pad

Rifle Project-Adjustable Butt Pad

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!

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6 years 6 weeks ago, 6:50 PM

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fucking awesome

looks great!

i tried being reasonable,i didn't like it, NRA LIFE MEMBER,USMC VETERAN
6 years 6 weeks ago, 7:02 PM

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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.

6 years 6 weeks ago, 7:11 PM

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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.

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6 years 6 weeks ago, 7:13 PM

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What is it?

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6 years 6 weeks ago, 7:23 PM

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going with a 53 or so

my bets 52-54...and a general motors product..

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6 years 6 weeks ago, 11:08 PM

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but I'll bet a 6pack it's and Olds.
I've been researching and the hood emblem
looks like 54 Olds

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6 years 6 weeks ago, 7:42 PM

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schuyler

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.

6 years 6 weeks ago, 7:49 PM

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53 chevy is my guess

I had a '48, and a '57 ford.

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6 years 6 weeks ago, 7:56 PM

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OK!

6 years 6 weeks ago, 10:46 PM

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grease, looks awesome! are you going to use a heavier bolt in the center?

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6 years 6 weeks ago, 10:53 PM

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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.

6 years 6 weeks ago, 10:56 PM

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That makes sense. I'm a clumsy (bull in a china shop) kind of guy. So, I always overbuild everything!!

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6 years 6 weeks ago, 11:02 PM

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this is for "that project rifle" but the beneficiary has changed to a much more worthy gunslotter.

6 years 6 weeks ago, 11:10 PM

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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.

6 years 6 weeks ago, 11:59 PM

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You get off cheap tho buddy.. milwaukee best light.. Don't come a lot cheaper..

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6 years 6 weeks ago, 12:05 AM

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greg tell me when

we are ready, love to go week of
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6 years 6 weeks ago, 12:06 AM

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greg you have an email

about Tombstone

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6 years 6 weeks ago, 12:26 AM

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back at you buddy..

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6 years 6 weeks ago, 12:35 AM

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10/4
will keep in touch

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