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    New Toy for 2009 (Pictures)

    Picked-up a new toy today from "Stick" at S&S Precision, Inc. Have included a few pictures of Stick & J.D.'s new shop. Their shop is located in Argyle, Texas very near Denton, Texas. I need to name the new gun. Any ideas?

    Stock is Robertson's BRX. Action is Kelbly Panda (Short Throw). Non-fluted bolt, LB/RP/LE with a static ejector, PPC boltface. Rings are John Loh double-screw. I will include the pictures of Stick & J.D.'s shop in the next thread.

    Gary






    Rings are bedded.
    Last edited by Gary Walters; 01-17-2009 at 06:45 PM. Reason: Forgot something

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    Here's a name...

    Call it "Cherry Bomb".

    What is that purple epoxy used for ring bedding material?

    Good luck with it Gary....

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    Pictures of S&S Precision, Inc.'s Shop

    Front of the new shop.

    Photo from the rear to the front

    Photo from front to the rear

    J.D.'s retail shop in the front of the shop

    Varmint Rifle with new March 10x60 variable mounted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody View Post
    Call it "Cherry Bomb".

    What is that purple epoxy used for ring bedding material?

    Good luck with it Gary....
    Not Gary but can somewhat answer the ?

    I forgot the brand name (if they are still using the same stuff) but it's a light weight microballon epoxy filler. Many wood carvers use it. It's very similar to the filler material in McMillan stocks but more dense. It comes as a light beige paste so you can dye it fairly easy.

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    Kav

    Quote Originally Posted by Kav View Post
    Not Gary but can somewhat answer the ?

    I forgot the brand name (if they are still using the same stuff) but it's a light weight microballon epoxy filler. Many wood carvers use it. It's very similar to the filler material in McMillan stocks but more dense. It comes as a light beige paste so you can dye it fairly easy.
    Thanks buddy. Interesting color, I recall seeing guns from Speedy's web site that had the same looking stuff. Microballon Epoxy Filler, eh? Man, you're sounding more like a stock painter turned microbiologist every day

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    Get off your Butt

    That looks like Lew Cohen sitting on his Butt. Get off your Butt Lew, and sweep the floor or something. Nice toy Gary.

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    Smile Gary ...

    Put a picture of a cowboy on both sides (similar to the attachment) and call it "The Big Texan."
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    Gary,
    How about "REDLIGHT SPECIAL".
    Butch

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    Boom!

    I vote for Cherry Bomb. The red bolt handle is a nice touch. What scope and barrel are you using? Tim

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    I vote for Cherry Bomb also.

    I notice in the photos two South Bend Heavy 10's and a Bridgeport. Good American brands, I like that.

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    Dr. Tim

    Barrel is 13.5 Krieger .237 4-groove. I have a new 50X March Scope still in the box for it. This was to be a spare LV, but if it shoots well it will be the main LV. Took me awhile, but I finally got on the band-wagon.

    Gary

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred J View Post
    That looks like Lew Cohen sitting on his Butt. Get off your Butt Lew, and sweep the floor or something. Nice toy Gary.
    Fred, Yes I did sweep the floor. Can't do it all, no dirt no money.
    Thanks Fred.....

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    Gary how about "The Wreck of the Red Witch"

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    This was a nice toy, congrats!

    Your new rifle is clearly a "woman in red". The original film from 1953 starred Barbara Stanwyck. Why not call her Barbara?

    I like Cherry Bomb too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody View Post
    Call it "Cherry Bomb".

    What is that purple epoxy used for ring bedding material?

    Good luck with it Gary....

    Straing my eyes, but I can't see any "Purple" stuff in the photos. Where and why would you "bed" the rings?

    Don

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