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  1. Hi everyone, I am not sure if I am doing this right or not so please bear with me. This has always been a challenge for me is finding decent wood that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg and is of decent quality. Right now I go to big blue because I don’t have a truck yet and they will cut it down to 4’ boards and I get 10% off for military. But all I can realistically afford is softwood which will do the job but isn’t as pretty. Anyone have experience with / recommendations for either online or what it’s like buying wood from a mill. Thank you. Semper Fi, Joe
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  3. I may have asked this before, where can I get clear acrylic for turning. Don't want much and not large pieces? Something like 2x2x6". Can always be larger and turned down. I started an experiment on smaller pieces and want to play around with some larger stuff. That experient got put aside and now I can't find it
  4. A good way to remember the sequence for preparing rough stock is the acronym FEWTEL F - face - flatten one face E - edge - joint one edge square to that flattened face W - width - rip to finish width T - thickness - other face to uniform thickness. E - end - square up one end L - length - cut to finish length Works if you're using power equipment, hand tools, or a little of both.
  5. So i have 2 old rifles....1914 KAR 98 MAUSER 8mm all matching 98% barrel and bluing. 1924 MLE-M-16 BERTHEIRE CARBINE 8mm i want to preserve the stocks which are serialized as well and design and build a thumb hole stock out of a nice deep like almost mahagony collered burrel wood. Interal fold down bi pod scope attachment point so i can still use iron sites and not have to drill and tap my reciver and possibly an adjustable cheek weild. Any thoughts?
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